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Muddy Masters’ Gratitude Tree

Gratitude TreeFrom the “Muddy Masters Classroom”…

A very special, new addition to our classroom this term, a gratitude tree.

The gratitude tree provides another way of expressing what we are feeling grateful for. As we progress through the year we are encouraging the children to be more specific with their statements of gratitude.

At the beginning of the year most of the Muddy Masters found it difficult to be specific with their statements and were stuck on the idea that gratitude was just about being happy with everything that you have. As important as this is, we have been encouraging them to notice what exactly in their lives they are thankful for and why.

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