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SERVICE LEARNING

November: "Thankful Hearts"

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: April 12, 2001

Focus your students on the value of gratitude during the month of November. Oftentimes, we feel gratitude when we are giving to others as well as receiving kind acts of service. Talk to your students about recognizing the efforts of others especially during the month of November. Each time they feel a classmate has done something nice for them, have them write it down on a pre-cut heart. Some examples may include: "I want to thank Shawn for sharing his markers with me today." Or "I want to thank Katie for helping me with some math problems today." Show the kids how much fun it can be to help others in the classroom and in their school. Be sure that you as their teacher notice those special moments as well!

     
 

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