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Self Love - It's Time to Celebrate Me! (Ages 5-8)
Students will learn how to celebrate themselves as they learn tools to help them embrace and love what it is that makes them unique.
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How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Children are often faced with the challenge of being comfortable with who they are. In this fun, interactive class, we will discuss what it means to have self love, regardless of what it is that makes us different. Students will listen to a book, titled Mother! Mother! Where’s My Color?, and will discuss how the main character handled her uniqueness. Through class discussions, students will talk about the things that make them unique and will be provided with tools to help them embrace and...
1.) The definition of self love 2.) The importance of having self love 3.) The definition of positive affirmations 4.) How to create a positive affirmation
During my 22 years as an elementary school teacher, I have learned successful techniques to help guide students towards learning ways to appreciate who they are and embrace the things that make them unique. I have taught hundreds of students and always strive to make learning fun and exciting, while giving my students the opportunity to discuss their thoughts and feelings.
Students can share their self portrait with a family member and tell them their affirmation.
1.) pencil 2.) crayons, markers, or colored pencils 4.) self portrait worksheet (attached in classroom-please print if possible) Optional: mirror Optional resource: Children’s book: Mother! Mother! Where’s My Color? by Kimberly Hemmings
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40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Chef KimElementary Educator of 22 Years / Published Children's Book Author
112 total reviews
46 completed classes
Hello! I'm Teacher Kim, also known as Chef Kim! I have taught elementary school for twenty two years and have taught online for five years. I have a M.Ed. in Elementary Education, English as a Second Language certification, and Educational...