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Oct 12

A Time of Remembrance: Thank You Notes for Kids

Saying thank you via the handwritten word seems to be a lost art these days.

I love to write, but often my computer keys are where I find myself doing it. So my thank yous typically come via Facebook or emails.

What is it about typing that pulls us away from writing?

I love to read real books, something about turning pages makes my heart happy. So why don’t I hand write more letters or notes?

I find myself wondering if I have even taken the time to teach my children the importance of handwritten letters or thank you notes?

I had an idea pop into my head last night for an upcoming Holiday Bundle that I will be a part of in a couple weeks, so I decided to get busy creating!

I hope you will find this printable helpful in teaching your children the importance of not only saying thank you, but also the lost art of handwritten notes.

Below you’ll find a few images with an example of the notes included. Each note is designed specifically with the recipient in mind.

Included in the packet you’ll find

  • Teacher Notes
  • Pastor/Sunday School Teacher Notes
  • Family Notes
  • Blank Note
  • and a few more notes for special people in your kiddos lives!

 

Each note includes both a partially written thank you note, as well as a blank lined note. An example of both can be seen below.

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Swing by my products page to purchase this printable packet that you can save to your computer to use over and over again!

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