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30 days of gratitude

by Kim
The word "writing" can strike fear in young hearts because children tend to associate it with lengthy and often-painful tasks such as essays and stories. But as I've frequently shared here on my blog, writing can truly be as simple as making lists, playing word games, or publishing
Salima Nathoo
Salima Nathoo • 2 years ago

Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Year's Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. I think it'll be a good way for me to keep stuff in perspective.

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Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. On New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year.

Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. Good way to keep things in perspective.

Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. !

Start the year out with an empty jar and anytime something happens you are thankful for write it down and put it in the jar then on new years eve empty the jar and read all the awseome things that happened to you

Make My Own New Years Hat!!!!

Memory Jar - Add memories throughout the year and then read them on New Year's Eve.

Dream Jar, All your hopes and dreams in one place. This would be good to write out want you want to happen in the next year, then look back a year later and see how much you have achieved, and then start all over again, Good for a birthday project maybe?

Throughout the year, write down memories that make you smile. On New Year's Eve, open and re-read all of the good stuff that made the year wonderful.