Instead of a game of the week, I’m posting a game of the month. For November, I’ve been preaching the meaning of gratitude and ways to demonstrate it with my own kids and students. I personally feel that kids and even grown-ups are appreciative, however, they often neglect to express their gratitude in words or actions. Expressing meaningful gratitude can become a habit with reminders and repetition. Adults can also model gracious behaviors. Monkey see, monkey do.
Gratitude BINGO is a fun way to present ideas on how to show gratitude for the people, places, and things we love. It’s an awesome tool to help our kids realize that showing gratitude is appreciated by the receiver and the giver.
Gratitude BINGO works well for the month of November. However, it can be used regularly throughout the year.
Here’s how to play:
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