Thankful Tidbits

Pre-Schooler Bedtime

At bedtime, take turns with your child listing things you’re thankful for. Here’s an easy one to start with, “I’m thankful for you!” Then, help them think of something they’re thankful to have in their life. See how many times you can go back and forth.

See what your child is learning

Every back and forth conversation builds your child’s brain. After they say something, repeat it back in complete sentences. And did you know that paying attention to what’s positive in your life has been shown to lead to more happiness and satisfaction? For both of you!

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