This printable gratitude dice makes a fun thankful game for families. Simply print and assemble, and talk about what you are grateful for.
Gratitude is a difficult concept for many kids to wrap their heads around. Teaching kids to show gratitude or thankfulness starts with leading by example and making these conversations a part of normal daily life. In addition, celebrating a month of gratitude is a great way to highlight this important concept, and these gratitude dice are great to use as a fun gratitude game.
Printable Gratitude Dice for Families
Asking kids questions like what foods they are thankful for, what places they have visited that they are grateful for, what people are important in their lives or what makes them happy gets them thinking about that which is important to them.
Identifying what it important in our lives helps us develop an appreciation for those things, and sparks a feeling of gratitude and thankfulness. Plus, making this dice gratitude craft together opens up the conversation!
How to use gratitude dice?
This gratitude dice serves as a fun way to engage children in practicing thankfulness through simple prompts in this gratitude game.
Children can roll the dice and respond to the prompt shown. Gratitude prompts include:
- Name a place you are thankful to have visited.
- Talk about a time someone was really kind to you.
- What season are you most thankful for? Why?
- Name a food you are grateful for.
- Name someone you are thankful for.
- Name a time you felt really happy.
The most important part of this gratitude game is to get kids thinking and talking about being thankful. You just might be surprised at what comes up!
This printable gratitude dice is on our kitchen table for our month of gratitude, and we like to play it while we are having dinner as a family. It’s a great conversation starter!
Get the free printable gratitude dice
Click on the image below to download your copy and follow the instructions for assembly included.
Once printed, cut out the dice and crease on all black lines.
The flaps should be folded to the inside, and the dice will kind of come together once all of the lines are creased.
You can choose to glue the flaps together or assemble the dice into a cube and tape the edges. While tape doesn’t look as clean, I find it to be the easiest and least frustrating option for my kids.
Print off as many copies as you like, and make some for friends!
What a great way to practice gratitude with kids.
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