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Karen Batson

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Today you are going to show someone how valued they are by writing a "Thank you note". check Think of someone who has been nice, kind, helpful etc... to you. check drawing a draft copy first.( This stops wasting really good paper,cards etc...). check In the add are some examples and templates for you to print out and use or you could make your own. check Send your letter in the mail or hand deliver your note. My children's favourite was to hide it under our pillows at night for us to find. A statistic - drawing 3 things a day and it increase your happiness by 25 % - Fancy that!! What a wonderful way to show someone you appreciate them.

6th Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, Social Emotional Learning, English Language Learners
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