A dice game to practice being grateful.
Teach an Attitude of Gratitude
In a time when children want expensive shoes and the latest iPhone, teaching gratitude can be an uphill battle. But did you know that studies show gratitude is linked to happiness starting at the age of 5? This means that teaching our students to be grateful can help them to grow up to be happier people. Who doesn’t want that?
Fun Thankfulness Activities for Kids
Use this fun dice game to jump-start a grateful mindset in your students. This game is played with 2–4 players and the dotted dice included in the download. Students take turns rolling the dotted dice and naming something they are grateful for according to the color they have rolled.
Use this resource during your Social-Emotional lesson or when you feel your students need a quick “pick-me-up”!
Use the drop-down menu to choose between the PDF or Google Slides version.
This resource was created by Heather Chambers, a teacher/librarian in Texas and a Teach Starter Collaborator.