Greta Grateful - Item 323 - ELSA Support . Thankfulness

Greta Grateful – Item 323


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Greta Grateful the grateful monster is for helping promote a positive attitude.  For children to look for all those things they are thankful for or grateful for. Thankfulness does boost happiness if done regularly.

Included in the pack:

  • Banner
  • Greta Grateful Monster (with writing, without writing and with a white label for writing with a whiteboard pen)
  • Slips for children to fill in
  • Pocket template for catching the ‘gratefuls’ (2 colours)

Although the monster can be used with the pocket another way would be to laminate and cut along the curved line on his tummy. Stick something at the back of him to catch the gratefuls.

Greta Grateful is meant for printing on A3 paper but you could make it bigger or smaller depending on your needs. We recommend Adobe Reader for opening our PDFs as this gives you some lovely print options. You can print as a poster and make her pretty huge if you want to and alternatively for one child you could just print her on A4 paper.

"Such a wide range of resources to choose from - always something that can be used for different ages and situations. I have used so many and return to them time and time again. They are all super, but my favourites are the actual programmes that run over several sessions - for example the Super Girl Group. So easy to follow, it provides great confidence to allow you to really engage with the group rather than worry about what to do next. Brilliant."

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