Learning How to Say Thank You

Judy and I feel it’s very important to teach our kids to say “Thank You.” Not just the polite “Thank You” when someone opens a door for you, but also a thoughtful “Thank You” that takes a little time and effort. It’s that approach that led me to encourage Andrew to write a thank you note when he was given an extra screwdriver. It turned out to be both a thank you note and a piece of art:

Andrew's Thank You

There’s lots of smile value in this note!

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