This lesson exposes students to the research illustrating the benefits of gratitude, and suggests activities to help students develop a habit of expressing gratitude.
Expressing gratitude is one of the simplest ways to demonstrate caring to other individuals. Moreover, research shows that expressing gratitude has the added benefit of raising our happiness levels, making us more productive and healthier, especially if we make gratitude a habit.
When children can grasp another’s perspective, they are more likely to be empathetic, anticipate the other’s behavior or thinking, handle conflicts peacefully, be less judgmental, value differences, speak up for those who are victimized, and act in ways that are more helpful, comforting, and supportive of others.
Take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves.
You can show good citizenship by being a leader in your school or community. Leadership isn’t a job – it’s an action. Everyone in your family can be a leader.
Here are nine tips from Michele Borba to make homework time more successful this year for you and your kid!
Always listen to the advice given to you by your parents, and do not ignore them.
You can be caring by being a good friend.
Listen before you speak. You may learn more that way.
Ethics, or the lack of it, is everywhere.