I force myself to let Norah to take the time to write thank you notes. Sometimes I'll even let her do them in place of handwriting practice. It takes so much time away from her lessons, but it's good for Norah to practice saying thanks and acknowledging when someone has done her a good deed, directly. It forces thoughtfulness, humility and grace, things that the best handwriting program can't teach her and some of the most important things for Norah to learn.


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