• Amy Hammond

Teaching Kids the Art of the Thank-You Note



Want to raise gracious kids? Then teach them the art of the thank-you note. It’s never too early to start. Even toddlers can draw a thank-you picture for their birthday presents or a sleepover at Grandma’s house. For older kids, it’s a great opportunity

to turn off the video games and pick up an ancient tool known as a pen.

The supplies needed vary according to age and type of note. For little ones, offer fun paper and art supplies. Let their imaginations create the right message. For older and more sophisticated purposes, nice stationery and a sleek writing utensil will be more appropriate. The most important element is that it relays a sincere note of gratitude.

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