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7 Ideas to Encourage Children to Be Thankful: Saying Thank You

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Day 3: Say THANK YOU

As part of our 7 Ideas to Encourage Children to Be Thankful blog series, we are highlighting one of the simplest ways to show appreciation and thankfulness, saying “Thank You”.

Pathways.org would like to say THANK YOU to our donors and all the people who help us in our mission of providing FREE tools to maximize all children’s development.

Boy with Thank You sign

Thank you to all the parents who help us to create our materials. Thank you to the therapists, doctors, and healthcare professionals who check our resources before they’re posted on our website. Thank you to our Medical Roundtable who guides the focus of our materials with their leading edge expertise in the field of pediatrics. Thank you for being a regular reader of our blog. Finally, thank you to all those who share our information with others to help children reach their fullest potential.

We feel a special gratitude for our donors and volunteers who make our work possible with their continued donations of both their time and financial resources. We recently hosted a very special 31st Anniversary Dinner to celebrate another year of children and families positively impacted by Pathways.org.

Tara Video 2At the dinner we showed a parent’s story of how Pathways.org materials helped her child’s development. Watch to see how Pathways.org tools helped get her child back on track and meet milestones, using Tummy Time.

 

This #GivingTuesday please help us continue to provide FREE resources to maximize ALL children’s development. We are thankful for contributions of any size.

Day 1: Thinking About Thankfulness
Day 2: Increasing Responsibility
Day 3: Say THANK YOU
Day 4: New Old Toys
Day 5: Thinking About Values
Day 6: Kids in the Kitchen
Day 7: A Season for Service

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