COURAGEOUS - Teaching children the importance of pushing through their fears Definition: The ability to handle fear, embarrassment, pain or anything else you would usually want to avoid. The ability to push through fears and be brave even when you’re scared. Inner toughness.
Activities: Think of something you are scared to try. Repeat saying, “I am strong and can push through my fears.” Tips for kids: Being courageous doesn’t mean you aren’t scared. It means you are scared
CHARITY - Teaching children the importance of giving back to their community Definition: Make a positive difference in the world by helping others in need. To give without expecting anything in return.
Do at least one random act of kindness today.
Tips for kids: You alone can make a difference in the world. It’s up to you to spread Green Glory’s help. Announcing my next Life Skills for Kids Workshops for ages 7-10 with parent: 6 Saturdays 2/20-3/26/2016 3pm-4pm
Dream big. Set goals. Work hard. Perserverance. Give your best effort. Make a promise and keep it.
Write down 1 goal you want to accomplish today (big or small)
Tips for kids: If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Failure is not the end, failure is an opportunity to learn and grow. It’s your choice to listen to Green Glory and stay committed, or listen to Red Rant and give up. Announcing my next Life Skills for Kids Workshops for ages
Exchanging thoughts and information effectively. Relationship skills.
Play a game of charades where your family uses their body language to communicate.
Tips for kids: Good communication can keep smaller problems from becoming bigger problems. Good communication helps build and keep healthy friendships. You have the power to communicate Green Glory’s positive talk or Red Rant’s negative talk. Announcing my next Life Skills for Kids Workshops for
To believe in yourself. To believe in your abilities. To like yourself. To trust yourself. To believe you will achieve. To know you are worthy of love and respect. To have a high self-esteem. Inner strength. Activity: Think of something that you are struggling with and don't believe you can do it. Repeat saying… “I don’t know how to do X (fill in your struggle), but I know I’ll figure it out with enough hard work.” Write down three things you like about you