It is your challenge to work together (in pairs or threes) to produce a poster for display in the classroom to remind us to think hopeful, helpful and positive thoughts. 1. Read instructions and select . 2. Complete the 'Hopeless thoughts to hopeful thought' activity Use to complete the table and to come up with some of your own in your groups. 3. Once completed use to create a poster on a new page. 4. Use your ideas to make a poster to remind your class of how to use hopeful thoughts. You should all work together and your poster should have: • something visual to catch your eye and make you think; • a catch phrase to help you remember; • a title that sums up what your poster is about. To do this you should use these tools to make it visual and eye catching: Use :threedots: to add a Use to add text and titles. Use , , and to draw on your poster. Use to pictures and images saved from the internet. Use to add any to your poster. Once completed to upload to class journal.
Hopeful and disappointed Intended learning outcomes I can explain what hopeful and disappointed mean. I can use strategies to help me cope with feelings of disappointment and feelings of hopelessness. Use the photocards ‘hopeful’ and ‘disappointed’ from the whole-school resource file to explore how the characters in the pictures might be feeling. Thought shower ideas. If the children don’t suggest the words ‘hopeful’ and ‘disappointed’ then suggest them yourself. Use the Feelings detective poster from the whole-school resource file to explore the feelings further. Read the story Hopeful from the resource sheets. Discuss, using the questions following the story as a framework. Use the Hopeful and hopeless challenge from the resource sheets.