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(3-7) How to Create a Vision Board.

In this one-time, how to, open discussion class, students will use their social skills while we discuss mindfulness and emotions. They will learn how to create a vision board.
Rosanna Weaver, MSW
27 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 5 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
year olds
learners per class


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Meets once
25 minute class

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They will learn the importance of focusing on what they want instead of what they do not have. I will teach students the importance of keeping a positive mindset while focusing on what they want.  We will discuss how to keep the vision board positive and ways to turn negative words into positive words. For example if a student does not want an early bed time (8 pm), he/ she can say I want my bed time to be at 9 pm. Learners will walk away class with the knowledge and skills to create their own vision board.
For over 15 years, mindset, setting goals, and visualization are subjects I continue to study. I personally have been updating my vision board for over 15 years. I started creating vision boards with my 4 year old when she was only 18 months old. We update it and create new vision boards as her personality grows and her interests change. I have read adult and children books about having a positive mindset, focusing on the good, setting goals, and visualization. I have a Master's of Social Work degree with a concentration in Community Organizing. I have a Bachelors of Science degree with a major in Human Development and Family Studies. I hold certificates in child youth and family services, diversity, leadership, and conflict resolution. 
Homework is not required, but I do encourage all students to create their own vision board after class. Students can take as much time as they need to create their own vision board. They may walk away from it and add  more to it at a later time. They can create new vision boards as they grow and their interest change. They are encourage to add anything they want to their vision board. Parents/Caregivers are not required to provide or buy any of the objects on their child's vision board. The purpose of this project is for students to learn to put thoughts, effort, energy, and feelings toward what they want. 
Students are not required to bring anything to class. They are welcomed to bring any cut outs, pictures of toys they want, or places they want to go if they want to share. Since class is only 25 minutes, we will not create a vision board in class. Vision boards take a lot of thought, effort, energy, and time. After class, students can work at their own pace to create their own vision board. It does not have to be completed in one sitting. All vision boards look different and are unique to fit the students' interest and personality. Supplies they will need after class include a poster board, glue (glue sticks work best), magazines and/or toy catalogs, crayons, markers, or colored pencils (their preference), and anything they want for decorations such as stickers.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There is no assessment for this class. Students can post pictures of their finished projects in the feedback section if they want to share.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There is no prior reading needed for this class. Some books I've read before creating this class included but are not limited to: On My Way to a Happy Life by Deepak Chopra, The Power of Henry's Imagination by Skye Byrne, The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, How to Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, Secrets of a Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker, and GOALS by Brian Tracy.


Rosanna Weaver, MSW
Lives in the United States
Change Maker, Goal Getter, World Traveler, Visionary
27 total reviews
42 completed classes

About Me

    	Hello, My name is Teacher Rosanna. You can call me Teacher RoRo. I am the mother of a feisty, assertive four-year-old girl and an infant son. Over the past four years, I have planned and implemented several activities to enhance her learning... 
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