Lifelong Guidelines Pledge I promise to be Trustworthy, Truthful, and an Active Listener too. I will do my Personal Best and give No Put-Downs to any of you.
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Lifelong Guidelines PledgeI promise to beTrustworthy, Truthful, and an Active Listener too. I will do my PersonalBest and give No Put-Downs to any of you.
Lifelong GuidelinesActive ListeningTruthfulnessPersonal BestTrustworthinessNo-Put downsLIFESKILLSCourageCooperationCuriosityCommon SenseProblem-SolvingIntegrityResponsibilityEffortFlexibilityCaringFriendshipPrideSense of HumorInitiativePerseveranceOrganizationPatienceResourcefulness
What are you most excited about?
What are you unsure about?
Conceptual Key PointChange is to transform a person, place, thing or behavior into something new or different. Understanding that change never ends, helps us adjust to ups and downs of events in our world.
How did your area of the room change?
What other areas did you see change?
Do you like the changes? Why or why not?
What is your favorite change?
One picture puzzle piece
Lyin’ on the sidewalk,
One picture puzzle piece
Soaking in the rain.
It might be a button of blue
On the coat of the woman
Who lived in a shoe.
It might be a magical bean,
Or a fold in the red
Velvet robe of a queen.
It might be the one little bite
Of the apple her stepmother
Gave to Snow White.
It might be the veil of a bride
Or a bottle with some evil genie inside.
It might be a small tuft of hair
On the big bouncy belly
Of Bobo the bear.
It might be a bit of the cloak
Of the Witch of the West
As she melted to smoke.
It might be a shadowy trace
Of a tear that runs down an angel’s face.
Nothing has more possibilities
Than one old wet picture puzzle piece.
How did you change it?
I promise to stay with my group at all times and use the LIFESKILL of cooperation to complete my learning tasks. I promise to use all of my Lifelong Guidelines and LIFESKILLS so that I can participate in all activities. I promise to take care of myself, others, and the place I visit. I promise to use respect when talking to my leaders and friends.
Student Signature ______________________
How did you use Cooperation?
How did you CHANGE something today?
How many fish did you catch? Why do these fish need the water to be a certain pH? What affects the pH?
How many macro invertebrates did you find? Why are they important to our native plants?
1. How did you use the LIFESKILL of cooperation on our “being there experience”?
2. How did your friends use the LIFESKILL of cooperation?
3. How did you use your LIFESKILL of cooperation in your “smarts” homework?
4. How else have you used your LIFESKILL of cooperation?
Questions about why native plants are important in our area and how the animals depend on them.
Sope Creek Elementary
SoilHow did it change?
Project needsSocial/Action PlanHow can we tell people about how important native plants and animals are to this area?
Write a narrative piece telling us what your favorite activity was this week.