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  1. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Developing leaders through character building and good citizenship. Welcome Introduction Program description Student Education

  2. Kiwanis Terrific Kids How with this program help me? I will learn: • How to set and reach goals • How to effectively work with others • How to use good character everyday • How to be the best that I can be Student Education

  3. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Kiwanis Volunteers • A Kiwanis club sponsors this program! A Kiwanis club is a group of men and women who work to make the community a better place. Kiwanis members do things like: • Collecting food and clothing for the needy • Visiting with the elderly in nursing homes • Reading to young people Student Education

  4. Kiwanis Terrific Kids What is Terrific Kids? Thoughtful: Considering the feelings or needs of others Enthusiastic: Demonstrating feelings of excitement and interest Respectful: Considerate, polite, and courteous Responsible: Dependable and can be trusted Inclusive: Everyone is welcome Friendly: Kind and helpful Inquisitive: Questioning and curious—eager to learn Capable: Able to do a task or job Student Education

  5. Kiwanis Terrific Kids How the program works • Work with your classroom teacher to identify your goal. • Work to achieve your goal. • Keep trying. • If you don’t achieve the goal on the first try, try again. • Reach your goal. • You are a Terrific Kid! Student Education

  6. Kiwanis Terrific Kids What is a goal? A goal is an outcome you would like to see happen. When you identify something you want and make a plan to get what you want, this is working toward a goal. Student Education

  7. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Examples of goals • I will raise my hand during class discussion when I want to make a comment and will not blurt out my thoughts. • I will return my reading book to the shelf after reading my assigned chapters. • I will clean my desk after participating in art class. Student Education

  8. Kiwanis Terrific Kids SMART goals Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-oriented Student Education

  9. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Recognition What happens when I’m honored as a Terrific Kid recipient? • Celebrate at a special event • Receive a certificate • Have name posted on the Terrific Kids bulletin board Student Education

  10. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Recognition What happens if I don’t achieve my Terrific Kids goal? • Talk to your teacher. • Make changes. • Keep trying. Student Education

  11. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Things to remember • You are competing with yourself, not against other students. • Recognition is based on achieving your goal. • If you don’t achieve your goal the first time, change your plan and try again. Student Education

  12. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Things to remember • Recognition is received by identifying and achieving a goal. • There are several opportunities to be recognized. Student Education

  13. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Things to remember • Kiwanis volunteers are able to help you. • Tell your family about Terrific Kids. Student Education

  14. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Selecting a goal Activity Selecting a goal Student Education

  15. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Terrific Kids with a Twist! Student Education

  16. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Terrific Kids with a twist It’s a way to learn about how to be Thoughtful Enthusiastic Respectful Responsible Inclusive Friendly Inquisitive Capable Student Education

  17. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Terrific Kids with a twist • Create a chart. • Write Terrific Kids character traits on the top. • Write all students names to the left. Student Education

  18. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Terrific Kids with a twist Each week a different character trait is discussed. Student Education

  19. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Terrific Kids with a twist Weekly schedule: Monday / Tuesday: Read a book about the character trait. Wednesday: Discuss the character trait in the book. Thursday: Ask each student to practice displaying the character trait at home. Friday: Report back to class. Student Education

  20. Kiwanis Terrific Kids Thank you! Student Education