Seeing The Good In Others

Showing gratitude is an intentional act and it's the glue in relationships. That's the big idea in a activity for tween and teens. Scholars leave post-it thank you notes on other's character strength posters that acknowledge those strengths.

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Instructional Ideas
  • If there is not enough time to read either "How Full is Your Bucket," by Tom Rath or Carol McCloud's "Growing Up with A Bucket Full of Happiness" use the excerpts provided with the lesson
Classroom Considerations
  • Requires class members strengths poster from Lesson 1 and post-its notes—enough for every learner
  • The third lesson in the Gratitude Curriculum series
  • Teachers are asked to share their posters too
  • Make sure that every participant gets something written on their poster
Pros
  • The lesson emphasizes seeing the positives in life and others
Cons
  • None