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How do you express gratitude to school?

How do you express gratitude to school?

1. Write a Thank You Note or Message!

  1. “Dear Principal Gonzalez,
  2. “Dear Principal James,
  3. “I am writing to express my sincere thanks for all you do to improve our school.
  4. “I can’t thank you enough for all you have done as school principal!

What are you grateful for activity?

10 Simple Activities to Teach Gratitude

  • Share what you are grateful for over candlelight at dinner.
  • Make Thank You postcards.
  • Play the “What Would You Feel Without It” Game.
  • Make a Giving Thanks Jar.
  • Put together a Thankfulness Tree or a Gratitude Wreath.
  • Make a list of ways you are thankful for your family members.

How could you integrate the value of gratitude into school activities?

11 Classroom Activities to Teach Students Gratitude

  1. Alphabet Gratitude. Have your students write out each letter of the alphabet and try to come up with at least one item they are grateful for under each letter.
  2. Gratitude Journal.
  3. Gratitude Collage.
  4. Classroom Gratitude Jar.
  5. Circle of Gratitude.
  6. Gratitude Paper Chain.
  7. Random Acts of Kindness.
  8. Gratitude Artwork.

How do you encourage gratitude?

Here are some simple ways you can encourage gratitude with kids and young adults:

  1. Start a daily practice. Have students write down at least one thing they are grateful for every day.
  2. Say “thank you”.
  3. Use gratitude slips.
  4. Start gratitude journals.
  5. Make a gratitude jar.
  6. Create a gratitude club.

How do you encourage children to be more gratitude?

Here are several ways you can model gratitude for your children:

  1. Say “Thank you.” Whether you thank the clerk at the store or you thank your child for clearing the table, make sure you’re thanking people often.
  2. Talk about gratitude. Make it a point to share what you’re grateful for.
  3. Express gratitude.

How do you thank someone for feedback?

Some things you can say:

  1. “This review made our day!”
  2. “Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us this amazing review.”
  3. “We are so grateful for your kind words. Thanks for sharing your review with us and the community.”

How do you say thank you for your comments?


  1. Thanks again for your thoughtfulness.
  2. I appreciate your taking the time to write.
  3. Thank you for your note, and best wishes.
  4. Thanks once more for your vote of confidence.
  5. Thank you for your kind comments.
  6. Thank again for your kind letter.
  7. You are a real gem, Suzanne.

What do you say when someone gives you feedback?

Most important, when receiving any kind of feedback, say thank you. Say thank you whether the comments were positive or negative. Say thank you for taking the time to listen (or read), think about and share with you.