"Tell me something awesome about today!"
That is a question I asked my kids
at the end of every day when they
It opened the door to many wonderful
conversations and I was able to "see"
into the hearts of my precious little ones!
|recycled cardboard box, Washi tape,|
Echo Park papers (For the Record)
Joy's Life stamps (My Hero)
With school starting, this would be a great way to encourage your children to talk about their day with a positive attitude.
"Tell me something awesome about today."
Let them think for a minute, 'good thoughts,' then jot it down on an index card or let them write it out if they're old enough.
(helping the teacher pass out papers, encouraging a friend, sitting beside a lonely child on the bus, etc.)
Date it (month, year) and file it under the number date (1-31).
You'll be creating a beautiful memory file over the years!
|Record a Day file box - divider cards|
Using my paper scraps, I created divider cards with number stickers and my Joy's Life, My Hero stamp set; so many encouraging sentiments!
The file card box was made with a re-cycled beverage box!
I hope you enjoyed my little project. Be sure to check out
all the back to school projects posted daily on the Joy's Life
How do you encourage a positive attitude
in your children?
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Oh I love this, what a neat idea and love the reuse! Fabulous memory maker :-)ReplyDelete
I love this design Maria such nice papers. have a great week, my friendReplyDelete
Outstanding, project Maria, and I agree nothing better than talking to our young ones, at the end of their day, I am on my grandson's days now, thank you for sharing this project hun xxxReplyDelete
What a fabulous idea. I will have to pass this on to my daughter. TFS!.ReplyDelete
Have a creative day.
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Oh, I LOVE your little project, Maria! So, so sweet and beautiful, and such a fabulous idea! I sure wish I had done something like this when my kiddos were wee!ReplyDelete
What a fabulous idea and it looks great!!ReplyDelete