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Jessica Rock

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Positive Self-Talk - The Crown on Your Head

Every child is born with a crown. This crown is made of sparkling, incredible, magical things. It stays with you wherever go and with whatever you do. Today you will decorate your crown and fill it with words of positivity. I want you to remember your crown when you feel big feelings and need to calm down. 1. Click the link in the example to hear the story The Crown on Your Head by Nancy Tillman. 2. Press the green button. 3. You will choose a crown to decorate. There are two choices. Use the tool to color in your crown. 4. Then use the tool or tool to write in words. You will fill your crowns with positive self-talk. These are words or phrases that you can tell yourself when you are feeling stressed, anxious, upset, or down. Your crown will be used to remind you of how special you are and always will be. Look at the crowns in the example for ideas! 5. Press the green when you are proud of your work. OPTIONAL: If you have a printer, you can print out your crown and hang it in your workplace. You can look at your crown whenever you need to use positive self-talk.

2nd Grade, Social Emotional Learning
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Activity based on the book The Crown on Your Head by Nancy Tillman.