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Life Skills With Virtues- Confidence (Age 7-12)
This class is designed to empower children (age 7-12) to develop life skills to be at their best in life and to live by their highest values. The lessons are sourced in virtues to help in development of their character and social skills.
Kelly Thorpe, MS, M.Ed.
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The lessons are sourced in virtues that are essential elements in development of one's character and social skills for establishing healthy and successful social interactions and relationships. We will start by a brief mindfulness practice to introduce the concept of all the gems (virtues) within us. What is the virtue (i.e. confidence)? Why is it important to practice it? How to practice it? Related Group Activities: Related Group Activities: games, stories, songs, and art Discuss signs of...
This class will guide students through understanding, examples, and related activities how to practice virtues (confidence) in daily life in interactions with their family, friends, classmates, and teachers.
I have over 15 years of experience teaching virtues and other subjects at children’s classes and summer and winter camps as well as public school.
The learners can express their understanding of the lesson through the arts such as drawing, songs, or poetry. This is highly encouraged, however, it is not mandatory.
The students' progress will be assessed by group activities such as games, discussions, and drawing related to the virtue of confidence.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Only age-appropriate information will be used about the topic
Kelly Thorpe, MS, M.Ed.
Life Skills with Virtues Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
10 total reviews
41 completed classes
Hi, I'm Mrs. Kelly! I am really excited to teach this life skills with Virtues class. I am a certified teacher for EC-6 and Gifted and Talented K-12. I have a Masters degree in Education and Software Engineering. I have many years of experience...