Conversations with Kids - Week 14
For parents and guardians where we give you prompts so that you can have more meaningful conversations with your children to help them build key characteristics such as mental toughness, resilience, confidence, creativity, focus and so on.
A Question for your Kids
Why is “thank you” a wonderful word?
Directions for Parents:
Saying thank you is something a lot of parents look to teach their children early in their lives, as it is seen as hugely important in many households, and rightly so. We want our kids to be grateful and not take things for granted. An attitude of gratitude is shown to have many benefits including better relationships, an ability to empathise as well as happier, more contented lives. Evidence suggests being a role model for your children can help them, so why not share what you are grateful for from this year to set the ball rolling. When doing so, relate it to your child’s life, sport or education.
Ideas for Kids:
- Who is the most helpful person you know and why?
- What is a fun way to say thank you?
- How do you feel, when I say thank you to you, when you do something nice for me?
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