EP 7 - Discover How GRATITUDE Can Change Your Life

EP 7 - Discover How GRATITUDE Can Change Your Life

Zara and Leo wake up in the middle of the Malaysian rainforest beside a hungry leopard! Find out how we can use gratitude to help us appreciate and take care of the environment, as we meet the wildlife biologist on a mission to protect the world’s smallest bears.

In this episode, children will:

  • discover why being grateful can change their life
  • travel to Malaysia
  • be inspired by Dr. Siew Te Wong, a wildlife biologist

Supplemental Resources

Read

Big Life Journal - Chapter 4

Watch

Activities

1. Take a Gratitude Walk together. While you walk, name things you're grateful for, such as the warm sun or the birds singing.  Have your children or students play the Gratitude Scavenger Hunt (in the Gratitude Kit)

2. Use the worksheet Finding The Positive In Every Situation (in the Gratitude Kit) to have your children practice looking on the bright side of things and finding things they can appreciate even in seemingly negative situations.

3. Complete the 7-Day Gratitude Challenge (Challenges Kit) together as a family or classroom.

    Discussion Questions

    • Why did Dr. Siew Te Wong decide to take care of animals?
    • Why is it important for all of us to be grateful for nature?
    • What are some things or people you are grateful for today?

    For Parents and Teachers

     

    Produced by Alexandra Eidens and Big Life Journal team. Written and directed by Sarah Cyrano. Sound design and original music by Elettra Bargiacchi. Sound mixing by Mattia Marcelli. Characters played by Sean Chiplock and Ryan Bartley. Managed by Kait Bibb.

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    2 thoughts on “EP 7 - Discover How GRATITUDE Can Change Your Life

    1. avatar Jackson DeLong says:

      I love the intro because at the end of the intro Leo says, “Big life” and i think it’s funny.

    2. avatar Ethan Roberts says:

      This is so helpful to me and I learned a lot listening to the podcast.

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