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Kerri Satherley

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What is Gratitude?

In lockdown it's easy to feel a bit overwhelmed and to forget all the fantastic things we have going on. In this activity there is a collection of resources to investigate (these are on slide 1). If you are sharing a device dip in and out as suits you and your bubble. Check out a story or a clip and then take a moment to think and reflect. Some of these are stories and clips about gratitude, others support movement and exercise. Slide 2 has two quotes about what gratitude means to some people. When you have an idea about what gratitude means to you (maybe have a chat to your whānau to help sort out your ideas) it is time to come up with your own gratitude quote. Practise by writing a couple of quotes, then pick your favourite to post to slide 3. Add a background (and if you would like you can add an image). I'm really looking forward to reading your quotes!

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Social Emotional Learning, Home Learning, Social Studies
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