Monthly Mission

GRATITUDE

Grow your gratitude attitude with this easy, no fuss, monthly focus to keep your family thankful!

We are all about experimenting at Fairytale Fraud!

 

This month's Monthly Mission lets you access the entire month's material in one hit. Simply select the resources below that interest you! 

Get your month's assignment!

From making a phone call to cooking something delicious, we've got 24 easy tasks for you designed to help you notice things to be thankful for. Pick and choose what you'll do each day!

Print the Month's Assignments here. 

Set some gratitude goals!

Wanting to be more purposeful in growing your gratitude? Set goals and rewards to motivate you to keep focussed. 

Print your goal and reward chart here

Daily Gratitude Calendar

Fill in one thing you are thankful for each day! 

Print your November gratitude calendar here

Make it more fun with a points challenge!

Keep your family engaged for the entire month by introducing a fun points challenge.

Print your points challenge here 

Keep talking about it!

Get a conversation or debate going with our questions, scenarios, and debate topics. 

Print our conversation resources here

Acknowledge a job well done!

Want to reinforce some fantastic learning, great gratitude or have successfully finished our monthly mission? 

Print our themed 'Gratitude Attitude' certificate here. 

  • Go at your own pace

  • Everything in your Monthly Mission is optional.

  • You can pop out and in again at any time.

  • Have fun with the kids along the way!

  • Ask others to join you! It will keep you on track and be more fun!

Miss a day

...or lose your way?

That's okay!

Just remember...

Interested in our books?

You don't need to have read a single Fairytale Fraud to join a Monthly Mission, but if you are interested in checking them out, you can do so by clicking here!

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This Monthly Mission builds nicely on the messages in Trip Trap Trouble. The Three Billy Goats Gruff head out on a quest to find the greenest grass and find that the grass is not always greener on the other side!