Gratitude is the ability to pay attention to what we have, instead of worrying about what we don’t have. We can practise this by noticing the positives that exist around us. When we practise gratitude every day, we elevate our mood and improve our mental health.
Practise gratitude at least three times a week by drawing/writing one of the following:
What were three things that went well for you today?
Who is someone you feel really grateful for today? Tell us why.
What is it about our home that makes it our home/special family place?
What is something you are looking forward to tomorrow?
Look around your house and garden to find one item for each of the things on the list below. Record the item on a piece of paper. If you want, you can have a race with a family member to see who can find the things the quickest.
Find something that is your favourite colour.
Find something that reminds you of your friends.
Find something that makes you happy.
Find a gift to make someone else in your family happy.
Find a thing you love in nature.
Find something that is helpful or useful.
Find something that was a gift from someone special.
Don’t forget to complete your Art, Mandarin, Music and P.E. tasks! You can also visit the STEM blog for more fun activities.