Scroll below to find books to inspire gratitude in your kids. Gratitude and children is only something that has been researched in the last decade or so with the first ground breaking study in 2006, by psychologists Nansook Park and Christopher Peterson who conducted an analysis of parents’ descriptions of their children’s strengths—and found that gratitude had the strongest relationship to life satisfaction. Grateful children are happier and more optimistic, have better social support, are more satisfied with their school, family, community, friends, and themselves, and give more emotional support to others. Use the book below to teach your children Gratitude.
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