A month after we made our gratitude boxes (here) and took them home for two weeks, we took three days during our morning greeting time to share a few.
Each morning, the children picked one slip of paper from their boxes and read it out loud. They shared gratitude slips from sisters, brothers, moms, grandparents etc. They smiled often making additional comments or answering questions. We learned that there were many things people were grateful for and that it changed from person to person. It was sweet and a nice way to end our year.
Thanks so much for particpating in this project with your children. I am grateful for all your support.
Welcome to my classroom!
I am passionate, a little bit quirky ( some may say a little bit more) and dedicated to serving children with Autism. These young people have touched me deeply and have made me a better teacher & hopefully person. I want to share what I have learned that allows these beautiful children to grow & sometimes thrive in my class.