Research shows that thankful people are usually more optimistic. So, when we teach our children to appreciate what they have, and what others do for them, we are helping them become happier, healthier adults. Gratitude is a high-level concept that can be tricky for toddlers and preschoolers. They are naturally self-focused in their early ages and stages of development. But as children grow with gratitude, they become more understanding of the needs and feelings of others. This warm and fuzzy friend was made to help little ones learn about the goodness of sharing gratitude with friends and family. Included cards in the bear’s heart pocket feature 25 gratefulness questions that prompt children to share their thoughts and encourage fun, interactive and meaningful together-time.
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