Using tech to encourage thankfulness in your homeschool

Using tech to encourage thankfulness in your homeschool

206: Using tech to encourage thankfulness in your homeschool

Here are some ideas on using tech to encourage thankfulness in your homeschool. Listen to thee episode which goes into more detail:

  • Email teachers and coaches
  • Write Reviews – books, podcasts, classes etc.
  • Create Digital cards or use a tool like Canva to make ones to print out.
  • Zoom or FaceTime or call

Use tech to remind your family to send thank yous. Set reminders on your phone. Use the Notes app or aa tool like Evernote or Google docs to keep track of people you want to thank.

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