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Free Gratitude Poster for Social Emotional Learning



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Download our free gratitude activity for kids!  Use as an ice breaker, writing prompt or bell ringer conversation starters during small groups, individual counseling, or classroom guidance lessons. Hang this free gratitude poster in your classroom. school counseling office or school hallway bulletin board. This free SEL poster is a good reminder that we always have something to be grateful for, and that it’s important to take the time to focus on those positives!

Some of the gratitude prompts include, “A strength of mine for which I am grateful for is…” and “Something in nature for which I am grateful for is…”  Additionally, students consider what memory, change, and challenge they fell grateful for.  On top of that are prompts asking about something beautiful, comforting, funny, and interesting.

Why Teach Kids About Practicing Gratitude?

Practicing gratitude cultivates joy and positivity, key feelings that lay a foundation from which to create an empowered life. Focusing on what we appreciate is also a healthy coping skill for when times feel overwhelming and get tough.  Children who practice gratitude tend to be  more optimistic, happier, and have better social support.  Moreover, young people who practice gratitude tend to be satisfied with their lives, have higher grades, and be more engaged in their hobbies and classrooms. Additionally, kids and teens who practice gratitude are more engaged in their schoolwork and hobbies, and have better grades.

Looking for another free gratitude activity for kids? Check this one out by clicking here.  You may also enjoy our Gratitude Card Game, too!

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I used this resource to support a bi-quarterly reflection activity. Sometimes my students need sentence stems to help jumpstart the conversation and reflection. This resource is a good reminder that we always have something to e grateful for and that it’s important to take the time to focus on those positives! Thank you for this colorful resource!

-Leah S.

October 13, 2021, TPT Review


We are incorporating SEL at our school and a lot of our students have anxiety this year as a result of covid and don’t know how to cope. The teachers and students really liked this resource and found it very helpful.

-Britanee M.

November 15, 2021, TPT Review



I found this for my 9 years old “home school” area, it is perfect. She loves reading it to herself when she gets a little down. I laminated it for her to color on when she needs a little calm down time as well. Thank you!

-Natasha R.

August 18, 2020, TPT Review