Sometimes, kids need a reason to be motivated. I think that it’s in their nature. They are curious about everything, especially why they have to do something that might not seems as fun as playing super heroes or pretending the floor is lava. So, to help mommies and daddies, here are the reasons for kids to write thank you notes. Every parent wants to encourage good manners in their kids. Often, writing thank you notes are only done when your kid is sat down in a chair with pencil and notecard placed directly in front of him/her. However, writing thank you notes will become a habit as they grow and your children might develop a greater appreciation for the things they are given. Writing thank you notes can also be considered practice for improving writing skills. Handwriting as well as composition will continual get better as kids write what they are thankful for, to whom and why.