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St. Patrick's Day Family Gratitude Activity

Updated: Jan 24

Gratitude journals are all the rage right now and for good reason. Recognizing what is important and having appreciation for those things leads to happy feelings. Its a great exercise to gain perspective if you are in a funk. This family St. Patrick's Day activity helps kids zero in on what is truly the most valuable in their lives. My kids and I had a great time coming up with things that are more valuable to us than GOLD. So, what non monetary things are we LUCKY to have. We made a list one night and put it up on the wall. The next morning when they came downstairs, all three automatically ran down to it and read it again. It was on their minds and special to them. And, it will continue to be throughout the season. I love having things like this shown prominently so the kids don't forget, and it is also a fun piece of holiday décor.

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For this project, I used black removable vinyl and chalk markers. You can also use a dry erase board, a felt letter board, a poster board, or anything!!

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Don't forget to check out our Healthy St. Patrick's Day Breakfast.

Dragon Mama

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This is a great idea. I am big on gratitude journaling right now because it has been helpful.


I love this idea! St. Patrick's Day falls in the middle of Lent for us, and this is also a great way to focus on what we have rather than always trying to get more.

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