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    Saying thank you says good manners for sure but teaching children to truly be thankful is an art.

    • Princess C. Bananahammock

      How to Raise Grateful Children Make cards. Every now and then, I buy blank cards and let the girls go crazy with decorating them anyway they want. We send those cards to the people in our life that need a lift. Thank you cards are a lost art that some of us really wish we could get people to spend more time on. Make a card. Give thanks daily. Spread joy weekly.

    • Val @ ZenShmen

      How to Raise #Grateful Children. This is worth reading. #kids #parenting

    • Danielle Vela

      How to Raise Grateful Children.& other Great tips for raising kids!!

    • Veronykah Kandy

      6 Tips for Raising Grateful Children #kids #parenting #tips

    • Y Matlock

      kids, parenting, gratitude. How to Raise Grateful Children

    • Emily Walker

      tips to raise grateful kids

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