If you're a teacher looking to teach your students gratitude, positivity, and how to use their mind as a tool—this Teacher's Kit will guide you through the lessons, activities, and questions to ask your students.
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Jill Thompson, 3rd Grade Teacher
“I am a teacher/educator to third grade students in the San Francisco Bay Area. I recently purchased a kids journal and read the prompts to the kids each day. It has changed their ability to see gratitude in all things. It changes the way they think throughout the day.”
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