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Gratitude Box


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🕓 60 Mins.

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In this quest, you will be encouraged to practice gratitude, while making a handmade gratitude box. Choose which materials you'd like to use, such as a shoe box, a wooden box, or a decorated mason jar. Once the container has been designed and decorated, you can start adding notes of things in your life that you are thankful for. This is a great way to remind yourself to take a break and recognize the people, places and things that bring you joy.

🎯 Objectives

  • Create a gratitude box using an old shoe box, a wooden box, or a decorated jar
  • Write a minimum of 10 things that you are thankful for
  • Share a picture of your gratitude box

🎨 Supplies

Box (old shoe box, a wooden box, or a decorated mason jar), Colored pencils or markers, Glue stick or glue, Note cards

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