Positive Self-image Teacher Resources
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Health Smart Virginia: 5th Grade Social Emotional Health
The 10 resources in a fifth-grade social-emotional health unit emphasize demonstrating interpersonal skills, assuming responsibility for personal health habits, and practicing behaviors that promote active, healthy lifestyles. The first...
Health Smart Virginia
Positive Self-Image Performance Task
Encourage positive self-image with a hands-on activity. Scholars create a themed collage comprised of pictures, personal traits, compliments, and unique styling to show off the creator's personality.
Keep Finding the Positive
Fifth graders discuss how a positive self-image can improve their school community. In groups, they are given a set of card in which they examine the role of each. After being given the presenter card, they create a collage about their...
Missouri Department of Elementary
My Action Plan
To complete a study of the importance of developing a positive self-image, high school seniors complete an "Action Plan for Maintaining Who I Am" worksheet. They then submit their finished worksheets for inclusion in their Personal...
University of Washington
Everyone experiences negative self-talk from time to time, but how can youngsters learn to take it easy on themselves? Use an activity that focuses on talking positively to oneself, including giving yourself compliments and spending time...
Self Esteem Experts
Self Confidence Worksheet
Boost the confidence of adolescents with a series of self-esteem worksheets. Prompting students to think about their experiences growing up, this resource helps pupils build a positive self-image and develop strategies for handling...
Lesson: Sacred Secrets
As educators we are always looking to boost our learners' self esteem. Here they will analyze a Colombian sculpture, identify its traits, and then list positive traits about themselves. They'll create treasure boxes that exemplify a...
Design - Lettering
Students, using the concepts of radial design and balance, create a project that focuses on craftsmanship, lettering, promoting a positive self-image, and design elements.
Hector's World Cyberbullying: You're Not Alone
Students watch an episode of Hector's world regarding cyber-bullying and begin to understand what hurtful actions are in relation to someone's feelings. In this Cyber-bullying lesson, students are introduced to the idea of good character...
Me, Myself, I: Self-Concept and Self-Esteem
Celebrate the positive qualities of young learners with this collection of self-esteem worksheets. After first listing their interests and personal qualities, learners go on to monitor their self-esteem over the course of a week,...
Health Smart Virginia
A 14-slide presentation walks a class through a instructional activity on self-image. While responding to scenarios and answering questions thoughtfully, scholars use pictures to complete a worksheet that offers describing words,...
An organized classroom is a happy classroom! Keep track of all the important data for your learners with a collection of teacher templates. It includes graphic organizers for class birthdays, transportation, contact information, behavior...
Finding the Positive
Fifth graders meet the "Famous Artist." They are introduced to the topic of self-concept. Students work in small groups and get organized to create collages. They create a collage that represents characteristics of positive self-concept.
Five Ways to Stay Positive in the New Year
New Year's resolutions should focus on setting realistic goals and nurturing a passion.
Learners practice sentence combining at increasingly difficult levels throughout a week. They begin with nouns and verbs and build to contrasts, parallels, etc.
Negative vs. Positive Thoughts
Seventh graders see themselves and how they think they are seen, which can be sometimes quite different. Self-esteem portrait allows the student to say how they think others see them, how they see themselves, and how others do indeed see...
Students define ethnicity and ethnic group in their own words. In groups, they view comic strips and identify how the strips relate to their family life. Individually, they write their own comic strip about their own ethnic group. To...
All About Me
Students examine their own personality traits and preferences. They use this information to write an autobiography.
Success and Fame
For this success worksheet, students read quotes, role play, and choose successful sentences. Students complete 3 activities total on this worksheet.
Learners discuss artifacts. In this social science instructional activity, students realize that artifacts can help one in determining about the person the artifacts belonged to. Learners will be put into small groups and will look at...