Inside Out Character Class. In this activity, we aim to teach teamwork and courage. At the same time, it helps our kids to have fun, better their motor skills, and learn agility.
“‘If you can’?” said Jesus. “Everything is possible for one who believes.” Mark 9:23
Character Class: What’s Uniquely Me?
Our students had fun learning to share their views? Key learning point today is the Discoverer:
1. Learning to discover about themselves and others
2. Learning to discover the nervousness and confidence in making presentation
3. Discovering that though it is an uncomfortable place, they can still do what is important for them.
4. Learning to grow in their self-esteem and social skills
5. Learning to be more fluent in speaking English
Our student welfare and development consultant, Mr. Lee, teaching mindfulness and emotional health in Kuching, Sarawak, April 2019.
“You opinions about me does not change who I am.” ― Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!
To be successful, you need to know who you are not just from the external or from the mirror, but from who you are in the inside. Our inside is what makes us strong. Our students learned about themselves doing the “Coat of Arms” activity. In their coat of arms, they describe their dreams, their favorite things, who they admired, what’s unique about themselves, their motto. In the middle of their coat of arm, they stick their very own photos – to say “This is Me. And I love who I am.”
I praise you because you made me in such a wonderful way. I know how amazing that was! Psalms 139:14
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One Minute Warrior. A mindfulness exercise to teach focus, attention, patience, and confidence.