The following post is from Jason & Jennifer Bruce of New Season Design:
We’ve tried to instill a spirit of thankfulness in our daughter from a very young age. Saying thank you when someone helps you or gives you something is one of the simplest forms of that lesson. Now that she’s getting a little older, it’s time for her to express gratitude in a written form.
Yes, we still believe in the power of a good old-fashioned thank you note.
I can imagine that staring at a blank notecard is fairly intimidating, though, especially for the reluctant writer.
This month we’re offering a solution that will help kids say thank you without the battle of writing a long thank you note. These fill-in-the-blank thank you notes give kids a starting point. They simply add the recipient’s name(s), what they’re saying thank you for, and their own name. Hopefully this make saying thank you a fun task!
Click below to download or print these fun templates:
How do you encourage thankfulness in your kids?
|Jason & Jennifer Bruce are the husband-and-wife design team behind New Season Design, where they work together to help clients put their best foot forward online. Jason is a pastor-turned-graphic designer, and Jennifer is a teacher-turned-blog designer who also blogs at Saving & Giving to help people save more, spend less, and give generously.