Today Is Great!: A Daily Gratitude Journal for Kids (Paperback)
Help kids ages 7 to 10 foster gratitude, positivity, and creativity with this daily guided journal
If kids focus on happy things, they’ll be happier people. This gratitude journal for kids is a colorful space for them to write about what they’re thankful for and practice being positive and appreciative every day.
Even tiny acts of gratitude can totally change the way kids think and feel. Let them learn what these acts look like, with a gratitude journal for kids that includes thought-provoking writing prompts, ample space to write and draw, and insightful quotes that inspire them to keep writing.
Today is Great! includes:
- Daily gratitude―There’s a new blank entry every day, so kids always have space to write something positive.
- Fun challenges―This kids journal includes simple, engaging activities that promote gratitude, like writing a thank-you note to someone who helped them.
- Questions and quotes―Kids can explore questions like “What’s a special talent you have?” and read quotes about gratitude from famous figures.
Get your child excited about practicing daily gratitude with this fun guided journal.
“The perfect book if you’re worried your child is spoiled. Today is Great is an interactive way to learn to see your life in a positive light. It will help your child connect with their emotions and develop a gratitude habit. Every child should have this book.”—Dr. Orlena Kerek, founder of DrOrlena.com
“This wonderful book is like that BFF who can always make a sunny day brighter and a rainy day fun. Through all of life’s highs and lows, the best thing you can do is think about where the goodness is all around you. And where you might not see the good, you can make the good happen.”—Shelley Frost, author and illustrator of I See Kindness Everywhere, www.iseekindness.com
“Vicky Perrault has created a journal with multiple benefits for children. When children use Today is Great they will think deeply about their lives, they will practice expressing their thoughts in writing, and, perhaps most importantly, the act of responding to the journal’s prompts will assist in cultivating gratitude.”—Dr. Meredith Resnick, educational consultant & professor