Welcome to TLE’s Storytime #3 for some gratitude-themed fun, part of TLE’s Free Gummy Bear Reading Club!
Featured Story: The Grateful Book
There is so much to be grateful for.
~ by Angela Kohler
This gratitude jar is a fun, easy family activity. Add to the jar weekly, daily or monthly and have everyone to write down one thing each time they are thankful for.
- gratitude cards or squares of paper
Using the gratitude jar and writing down what we are thankful for happens can happen around the dinner table. Pass out small paper cards and some pens and ask everyone to write what they were most thankful for that given day, week or month. After reading the cards out loud, place them in the jar and watch the gratitude jar fill up. It can be fun to lay all the cards out and revisit each one as a family.
- Decorate a family gratitude jar
- Cut out squares of paper or use the gratitude template
- Write or draw what you are grateful for, read/share as a family, and put in jar
- Revisit contents of jar once full
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In this autobiographical story, Little Trisha, overjoyed at the thought of learning how to read struggles when she finds that all the letters and numbers get jumbled up. Her classmates make matters worse by calling her “dummy.” Finally, in fifth grade, she is lucky enough to have a teacher who recognizes Trisha’s incredible artistic ability, understands her problem, and takes the time to lead her to the magic of reading.