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From the author of the best-selling 60 Positive Activities for Every Classroom this new book contains 60 creative, engaging prompts for younger children that get them talking, writing, and reflecting on the good things in their life.
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How can we help kids enjoy learning more?
How can we build positivity for kids?
This book sets out to do just that with 60 positive activities. Yet these positive classroom activities have a serious purpose: building resilience and grit, and encouraging mindfulness. When kids get caught in a negative cycle of frustration and anxiety, they don’t learn or retain information as well! The prompts in this book are designed to help free students from this negativity, build self-understanding, create compassion, and help them love to learn.
The activities are also wonderful discussion or writing prompts. Use them to break the ice in a new class, introduce the theme of a new unit, or do some pre-writing for a longer composition. The book could be a regular do-now or a fast-finisher activity. And once they’ve filled it in, students can keep the book around and use it as a source of inspiration. It can even be a kind of diary or journal for students to record their day
.Highly adaptable and flexible, these exercises are easy to fit into a primary-school classroom, after-school program, pre-school, nursery school, kindergarten, or even homeschooling. Increase happiness, improve learning, build positivity for kids, and motivate students with 60 Positive Activities for Kids.
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|Dimensions||11 × 8.5 × .1875 in|
8.5 x 11 inches
Reactions and Reviews
The sketches, the fonts, and the choice of topics are spot on. They are both eye catching and personable, thus readily encouraging engagement and attracting the young users. The book covers a wide scope of topics intended for both young boys and girls, varying the areas of interest and creating a number of writing tasks suitable for a number of age groups. I cannot think of any area the book does not cover. Happy writing and happy learning. Enjoy!
—Rania Jabr, Senior English Language Instructor, The American University in Cairo, Egypt