We would be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge some people who really understand the meaning of this project.
Here are some examples of what you can do on a school hallway, in the lunchroom cafeteria, on a bulletin board. This is just an example of how gratitude is a shared, universal and basic human need.
Thank you to the Vancouver School for this awesome display! As with life, you have to sift through and find what you are grateful for. These kids have a lot to be grateful for: what do you see?
Thank you to Clinton Elementary School and a special girl scout troop that put this Gratitude Graffiti Project wall up this fall! So colorful! We are Clinton!
Thank you to the Messy Artist in East Hanover NJ for providing our children an outlet to express themselves, everyday!
Thank you the students of St. George Junior School in Vancouver, British Columbia! You surrounded your school in love and good thoughts!
Grateful to Anna Berrian, School Nurse extraordinaire and fellow UPenn Nursing School Alumni for bringing this to her awesome students and staff at Revere High School in Massachusetts!
In admiration of the strength and resiliency of the people of Boston, I thought this one was very appropo to post. We are grateful for the City of Boston! To see more of the Gratitude Graffiti Project at Revere High School click here.
A shout out to our high school peeps at Boylan Catholic High School in Rockford, Illinois who made a video of how Gratitude Grafffiti works at their high school! Ah, kids and technology.
Thank you to the Redwood Day School in Oakland, California! Isn’t Malala’s book amazing? So glad you incorporated TGGP into your way to express your gratitude all over your school! Check out their website link above to see all the pictures!
Keep it going in 2015 kids!