Activities & Games

The Brain Game
Kindergarten-5th Grade
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Allotted Time

10 minutes

Target Behavior

Show an awareness of personal strengths

Words to Live By

I love and accept who I am on the inside and know my emotions are nothing to hide.
Self-Awareness
Love and accept who you are

Children who love and accept who they are can:

IDENTIFY things they like to do

DESCRIBE situations which they need help

DEMONSTRATE a special skill or talent

IDENTIFY something they would like to do better

Students will learn that everyone is different and has different strengths.

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