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Published: 16/10/2019
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Practising gratitude

Students prepare their ideas for writing a letter of gratitude, before writing their own letter to someone whose care or actions they appreciate. The resource includes prompt questions and a framework to help students structure their letter. This resource accompanies the article 'Why gratitude matters'.

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What specific things does this person do for you that you are grateful for? (For example, cook for you, take you to sports practice, listen to you, make you laugh.)

Why does what they do make you feel grateful? (For example, they make you feel cared for, listened to, special, important, loved.)

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Lucy Hewitt, Publishing Manager
Lucy Hewitt, Publishing Manager
Thanks so much for your comment - we've now had a chance to review the resource and alter any sections which could, potentially, be construed as stereotypical or sexist. All of our resources are contributed by teachers or education professionals who want to share ideas and teaching practice, so we've tried to stay as true to the original intent of the writer as possible.
Posted on 11th December 2020
Kusameh Omala
Kusameh Omala
I am using this resource with my son, who is home educated. It's a great idea but I'm appalled that a recently created resource would be so full of gender stereotyping and sexism.
Posted on 6th October 2020

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