Gratitude for Kids: An Activity Book featuring Coloring, Word Games, Puzzles, Drawing, and Mazes to Cultivate Kindness & Gratitude (Paperback)
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Entertain your kid for hours and teach them about gratitude and kindness with this fun activity book!
Gratitude for Kids is filled with fun, brain-boosting challenges that will engage your child, keep them busy, and promote learning along the way. Artist and former school teacher Shannon Roberts expertly crafted this book to include adorable and entertaining activities that encourage your child to show gratitude to themselves and the people they love. For kids 6 and up!
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Author Shannon Roberts holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, and a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. Prior to starting her art business in 2014 she worked as a full-time elementary school teacher and created worksheets for her students like the ones found in this book. A mom herself, Shannon created each page in Gratitude for Kids to be cute, playful, and fun as kids learn how to appreciate the good in their lives and help make the world a kinder place.
About the Author
Shannon Roberts is a wife and mother with a heart for Jesus, whose passions include family, friends, fitness, and warm sunny days. She has been drawing and lettering professionally since 2014, when she first opened her Etsy shop called The White Lime. There, she sells prints and cards of her hand-drawn chalk art and lettering designs. She also works as a freelance artist for several companies that are licensed to reproduce and sell her work. Through them, her art has been sold globally, and in retail stores across the country. She holds a master's degree in education, and is self-taught as an artist. She finds inspiration in her day-to-day experiences, and hopes to glorify God with each opportunity she's granted. You can learn more about Shannon and her work by visiting her website thewhitelime.etsy.com.