Important Components to Include in a Thank you Note
Abby’s thank you was very simple because she is so young. However, as kids get older and are able to write more, it would be great to teach them some great components of a thank you letter.
- Thank you for…
- I appreciate it because…
- I will use it…
- It made me feel…
- It’s nice to end with a way you want to connect in the future. For example, “I hope I see you soon.”
Fun Cards Kids Can Make
It’s great for you to get your kids making cards from scratch. It shows an added layer of thoughtfulness. Further, it builds on their creativity and artistic skills. We have made a number of thank you cards at Meaningful Mama, so I thought I’d bring you a collection of child-friendly, easy and fun ideas that we have done. I hope it sparks your own creativity and thoughtfulness when reaching out to say thank you.
Homemade Thank You Cards Featuring Picture of Child Playing with Gift Given by Meaningful Mama
Thank You Cards from Child’s Drawings by Meaningful Mama
DIY Dollar Store Cards by Meaningful Mama
Rainbow Thank You Cards by Meaningful Mama
Dot Paint Polka Dot Thank You Cards by Meaningful Mama
Children’s Art Cards by Meaningful Mama