Character Education for Elementary School Students is a curriculum of ten lessons designed to teach elementary school students how to confidently communicate and conduct themselves through engaging activities, exercises, and teacher lead discussions.

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  • 10 Lessons Structured for 50-minute Classes
  • Goals for each lesson
  • Classroom set-up
  • Teaching instructions
  • Teacher/Student dialogue
  • Over 40 Printable Student Handouts
  • Lessons are printed in color
  • Bound in a 3-ring padded binder

First impressions are made within seven seconds, and it is an uphill battle to change a negative one.  Through group activities and classroom discussions, children will learn how to present themselves in a variety of situations, making them comfortable in the knowledge that they are creating a positive image right from the start.

By learning how to shake hands, make introductions, communicate properly, be respectful, and display proper table manners, students will have the confidence necessary to succeed. Attitude and the consequences of negative profiles and bullying is also included.

Introductions

First Impressions

Meeting New Friends

Properly Shaking Hands

Speaking with Confidence

Appearance

Consideration

Appreciation

Thank-you Notes

Communication

Listening

Respect

Sharing the Conversation

Good Manners

Trust

Honesty

Reliability

Truthfulness

Loyalty

Attitude

Self-Control

Patience

Forgiveness

Fairness

Integrity

Decision Making

Consequences

Bullying

Sportsmanship

Dining Skills

Character-building goals include effective listening, building a positive attitude, respecting others, consequences of negative profiles and bullying along with many others.

This life skills syllabus meets national educational performance standards. Our curriculum emphasizes consistency and positive behavioral management, developing social skills, building self-esteem, self-assurance, respect for others, following rules and routines, motor skills development, and other skills necessary for successful socialization.

To learn more about the complete Character Education Series and why our children need this education Click Here.

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