How to Cultivate Gratitude All Year

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How can we cultivate gratitude in our homeschools? Guest Ana Willis of They Call Me Blessed is joining me this week to share some great ideas. But first, I’d like to thank Sony Pictures – Sony Pictures Animation along with Affirm Films for sponsoring this week’s podcast. You’ll hear more from them in a bit.

How to Cultivate Gratitude All Year


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Teaching Tip of the Week

The teaching tip of the week is to plan unit studies over the holidays. Doing special studies of Thanksgiving and Christmas has been one of my children’s and my favorite parts of homeschooling. By this time of year, we are needing to shift gears, have fun, and make some memories. The Konos units we have done are fabulous, but there are so many options today.


Here is a list of more free Thanksgiving unit studies

Silverdale Press White House Christmas Unit Study {affiliate link}

Free Christmas Unit Studies

Now this message from Sony pictures.

This week’s topic is developing gratitude in our children’s hearts. I asked my friend Ana Willis to join me and give us some tips.


They Call Me Blessed blog

Feast of Tabernacles for Christians

Thanksgiving Jar Printables

Thanksgiving Bible journaling printables

They Call Me Blessed on Facebook

Blessed Homeschool Moms and Blessed Bible Journaling on Facebook

Have a happy homeschool week!

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