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 why a gratitude game

If your child is having trouble verbalizing gratitude, perhaps you can help them build their thankfulness muscle by creating many opportunities to look at the world from a lens of appreciation.


One way is starting conversations that help us look at the world through the lens of gratitude.  It reinforces your success and builds your thankfulness muscle.  It is true that the more you practice gratitude, the more grateful you become.


Our gratitude bingo game will give you an opportunity to successfully appreciate moments together, learn about each other, and build self-esteem.  It also gives you new experiences to try, introduces new ideas, and helps you appreciate the day and each other through new perspectives. 

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Help your child build their ability to appreciate the world around them!

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what’s included in the gratitude bingo

    A collaborative experience to observe and appreciate moments

    of your day with your child.

   The downloadable PDF includes:

  • 20 game cards with questions or actions focused on appreciation

  • 1 bingo board (print out one for each player)

  • game directions

   What you need to do:

  1. download and print the PDF file

  2. cut out cards

  3. find game pieces for each player (bottle tops, coins, scrap paper)

  have fun!

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the experts behind it


Sharon Cowley


Sharon Cowley is a creative leader who has been in the field of Early Childhood Education over 25 years. She works with children to build their social/emotional development through a growth mindset and prepares children to create the world around themselves.

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Colleen Marie Olinski


Colleen Marie Olinski is an educator, children’s book author, and mother who has worked with children of all ages over 20 years. She has a deep respect for childhood and is an advocate for all children.

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after playing our gratitude bingo children will...

  • Have a more inclusive vocabulary to show appreciation for the world around them

  • Experience finding joy in small details of their day

  • Better communication skills for their feelings

  • Becoming more creative and mindful

  • Deeper connection with parents and people around them

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