Schools in 35 States Have Already Participated in Our School-Wide Gratitude Campaign Program
Before the pandemic, we were running an in-person school-wide Gratitude Campaign in 35 states which generated two million messages of gratitude. Feedback from school staff was 100% positive and 92% of students reported that they would recommend the program to other schools. This is why we're confident you'll love the new additions to our programming!
Brooker Creek Elementary School
Tarpon Springs, Florida
John H. Amesse Elementary School
West Terrace Elementary School
We Made Some Big Changes to Support Schools During the Pandemic
Grades K - 1
This full-color, perfect bound, 58 page book has easy-to-draw in pages for kids.
Grades 2 - 4
This full-color, perfect bound, 70 page book has easy-to-write in pages for kids.
Can't afford the registration fee? Click here and apply to get your school's registration fee sponsored.
Your Campaign Kit Includes
- A Printed Copy of each Gratitude Journal: One for K - 1, One for Grades 2 - 4, and One for Grades 5 - 6.
- 3 Gratitude Spot Floor Decals (The Large Kit comes with 6 Gratitude Spots)
- 1 Look for the Good Decal to Help Create an In-Person Gratitude Wall at School
- 1 Crab Hat (Helpful Prop to use with the Kickoff Video)
- 4,800 Sticky Notes to Kickstart an In-Person Gratitude Wall (The Large Kit comes with 9,600 Stickies)
- 1 Pack of 52 Feelings Cards (Great for Social Workers, Parents & Teachers)
- Unlimited downloads of all 3 Gratitude Journals. You'll also receive downloadable posters to decorate hallways, classrooms, and homes. We've additionally included a student-directed Planning Meeting video to help you onboard student leaders and an inspiring, ocean-themed Kickoff Video for them to onboard the rest of the school.
Teachers: Need Some Extra Support?
Share to Learn is offering a completely free 90-minute course on Teaching through to Coronavirus Pandemic. The course discusses stresses specifically caused by COVID-19. It also provides strategies to help educators and their students remain strong during the pandemic. Optional activities describe learning materials you can create to teach resilience in a time of crisis.Check Out This Free Course for Teachers