Thank you notes are glorious--and I've rounded up a few of my favorites for your children. It is never too early to teach your children to be gracious and to recognize blessings. This weekend as you plan out your shopping list and start to stuff stockings, remember to give your child the tools to give thanks.
Here are some of our favorite suggestions:
BlaBla($18) Six sweet note cards. The company focuses on creating unique stuffed/knit animals. They put the same enthusiasm into cards.
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Smilegram ($9.99). These lined writing tablets are perfect for 1-2nd graders that still need lines to help keep them on track. You can also create personalized cards and stationary.
Yellow Owl Workshop ($11.50)All you need is a simple white index card to create a personalized NYC thank you note. Made from long-wearing natural rubber and solid maple.
Etsy($18 for 12). These fill in the blanks are perfect for the Kindergarten crowd. It get the habit formed while being fun. And the sweet graphics are great.
Our plan is to have all the notes written before the girls head back to school on January 7th. I know this year more than every--with hurricanes, fiscal cliffs and the horrors of shootings, I am more focused than ever on thankfulness.
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