My First Gratitude Journal, Happiness Journal for Children to Give Daily Thanks
Author: Vivian Sullisan
Publisher: Independently Published
My First Gratitude Journal for Kids This gratitude Journal is a tool to help your children become happier, improves self-esteem, and more certain about themselves by learning to express gratitude on a regular basis. It is a self exploration journal designed to focus on being thankful for what we have, the big things in life, as well as the simple joys. Each well designed and kid-friendly daily spread contains space to list out three things you are thankful for, a person who brought you joy and how you felt about your day. Through writing and drawing, children will learn to give daily thanks for the good in their lives.If you start each day by writing down three things you are thankful for - a family, a favorite teacher, starting a good book - you begin each day on the right note. Do it daily and make it a habit to focus on the blessings you have been given!
Gratitude Journal for Kids: Grateful kids are happy kids! Expressing gratitude increases happiness, improves self-esteem, and lowers levels of stress--and this easy-to-use gratitude journal for kids helps children tap into that extraordinary power for the first time. Through writing and drawing, kids will learn to give daily thanks for the good in their lives. Every ten days they'll respond to more in-depth prompts that ask them to think about gratitude on a broader scale. Best of all, they'll develop a healthy habit for the rest of their lives. My First Gratitude Journal features: * Easy to use pages. Simple daily prompts make the journal easy to use and thought-provoking at the same time. * Writing and drawing. Each daily page is split into halves--the top half for writing and the bottom half for drawing. Kids can be as creative as they want to make the journal their own. * The benefits of gratitude. Slowing down to appreciate the good in their lives teaches kids how to be both mindful and grateful. * A charming keepsake. Parents and children will enjoy reading this journal years down the road to see what the children were grateful for earlier in their lives.
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Author: Creative Sd Publication
In this journal for gratitude, you have the perfect chance to start appreciating life more through gratitude and happiness.Focus your attention on the good things in your life and remember the daily moments.Attitude change! Mindfulness and positivity for you!paper size 6x9 with 100 pages
Daily Activity Book For Young Boys and Girls (Size 6x9)
Author: Alm Press House
Teach young children the art of gratitude while they are young and they will embrace the mindset of gratefulness all their life. Instill this wonderful habit into your child now. Sit with them and work share what you are grateful for as well. Your child will have room to write and draw in this cute journal. At the end of the week review all the amazing things that happened throughout your child's life. This journal also makes a great gift for parents with young children.
Would you love for your child to begin expressing gratitude for what matters most to them in a daily journal? Features of this journal are: an About Me page for key details as well as questions about favorite color, food, song, book and so on space to write each day following the prompt, "Today I am thankful for" (with 52 weeks making a yearlong journal) a weekly space for your child to draw something that made them smile daily inspirational quotes 6x9in, 110 pages cover soft, matte By keeping a day to day record of what we are thankful for, we're able to focus on and share feelings and experiences that make us happy. When your child writes in their gratitude journal, it will help them to remember what they are proud of and will help to set them on a positive course of gratitude throughout their lives. Designed by Golding Notebooks, when your child writes in the My First Gratitude Journal: Balloon Theme it will give them a place to explore what will bring the most meaning to their life both now and in the future. (Note, this journal is available in several styles.) To browse the wide selection of journals from Golding Notebooks, please refer to our Amazon author page.
Would you love for your child to begin expressing gratitude for what matters most to them in a daily journal? Features of this journal are: an About Me page for key details as well as questions about favorite color, food, song, book and so on space to write each day following the prompt, "Today I am thankful for" (with 52 weeks making a yearlong journal) a weekly space for your child to draw something that made them smile daily inspirational quotes 6x9in, 110 pages cover soft, matte By keeping a day to day record of what we are thankful for, we're able to focus on and share feelings and experiences that make us happy. When your child writes in their gratitude journal, it will help them to remember what they are proud of and will help to set them on a positive course of gratitude throughout their lives. Designed by Golding Notebooks, when your child writes in the My First Gratitude Journal: Candy Theme it will give them a place to explore what will bring the most meaning to their life both now and in the future. (Note, this journal is available in several styles.) To browse the wide selection of journals from Golding Notebooks, please refer to our Amazon author page.
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Author: Ernest Creative Designs
Daily Gratitude, Write & Draw Journal Prompts For Kids Boys or Girls. My first gratitude journal for kids, perfect simple & easy journal to teach children to practice gratitude and mindfulness also a great Journal to teach and make children focus on good things during their day and learn thanksgiving for the many blessings in this world. This magazine consists of 100 pages, Each page contains a space to list a thankful things (I'm Thankful For..), a person who brought you happiness and how you felt about your day. Get one and start a journey of gratitude today!.
My First Gratitude Journal inspires children ages 3 to 8 to appreciate people in their lives and be thankful for the many blessings in life. The journal is designed to help them see what they have and take note of it. Showing gratitude helps them build stronger values, treat other people with more compassion and love and have a more positive, thankful attitude. The journal contains a mix of different types of pages for both drawing and writing. ***This book includes Fill-in-the-blank sections, blank title pages for doodling and bonus nature-theme floral and butterfly coloring pages scattered throughout the book, and additional **Surprise**butterfly coloring pages at the end. Writing and drawing helps children build stronger skills and combining the two activities helps children have a more profound understanding about the world around them. Encourage them to draw butterflies, rainbows or anything that helps strengthen their appreciation.
Explores how the emotional experience of gratitude has been enlisted in neoliberal governance through the language of debt. In The Art of Gratitude, Jeremy David Engels sketches a genealogy of gratitude from the ancient Greeks to the contemporary self-help movement. One of the most striking things about gratitude, Engels finds, is how consistently it is described using the language of indebtedness. A chief purpose of this, he contends, is to make us more comfortable living lives in debt, with the nefarious effect of pacifying the citizenry so we are less likely to speak out about social and economic injustice. To counteract this, he proposes an alternative art of gratitude-as-thanksgiving that is inspired by Indian philosophy, particularly the yoga philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita and Patanjalis Yoga-Sutras. He argues that this art of gratitude can challenge neoliberalism by reorienting our politics away from resentment, anger, and guilt and toward a democratic ethic of thanksgiving and the common good. In the contemporary moment, when gratitude is widely touted as the panacea to many of our ills, Jeremy Engels provides a timely critical genealogy of this emotion, showing how it has been used for social control, and how it affirms the state of indebtedness at the heart of neoliberalism. But Engels also makes a compelling case for the art of gratitude, a gratefulness with capacities for cultivating the self and strengthening democracies. William Edelglass, coeditor of Facing Nature: Levinas and Environmental Thought This book accomplishes two important goals: it provides a very detailed and interesting history of gratitude in the West, and it brings Eastern philosophyespecially yogainto our accounts of gratitude and flourishing. A unique project with an eminently readable style, it will appeal to a number of audiences, including those interested in the theory and practice of yoga. Scott R. Stroud, author of John Dewey and the Artful Life: Pragmatism, Aesthetics, and Morality
Just as you teach your kids to read and write, you can also educate them in gratitude. Most parents have taught their kids the importance of saying thank you by grade school, if not sooner. But how many truly instructed them in the art of being grateful?Studies have shown that kids who keep a gratitude journal and write in it 30 minutes before bedtime, sleep better. My First Gratitude Journal is a great tool and gift for any child. This beautiful Gratitude Journal for kids is formatted to show one day per page, and ruled pages for the child to write 4 things that they are grateful for, and pages for the child to draw the thing(s) that they are grateful for. My First Gratitude Journal is a wonderful keepsake that you can treasure forever.