We all know the basic rules of getting your child to go to sleep: relaxing…
This inspiring (and FREE) “I will Learn Bravely” printable is a great tool to help build your child’s confidence this school year as they adjust to learning admid the coronavirus and possible quarantines. The daily Growth-Mindset affirmations will help them remember that they can succeed and do well everyday no matter where they are learning (traditional classroom, a hyrbrid model, remote learning, or home school).
If your kids are anything like mine, they’re probably a little tired of Zoom calls and Google Meets and learning in completely new ways.
But unfortunately, this year is full of doing things differently so it’s important to remain positive and help our kids adjust to the ever-changing new normal as easily and pain-free as possible.
One of my favorite ways of coping with challenges is through motivational quotes or affirmations.
Does anyone remember my Cardio Vision Board book?
It was chock-full of amazingly motivating quotes and song lyrics to help me reach my cardio goals. And as I was flipping through it recently, I realized….THAT’S IT!
That’s what my kids need…Daily AFFIRMATIONS.
So to help my kids adjust to their new learning environment this fall, I put together a special sign with different ways they can Be Brave in whatever learning environment they’ll be facing.
Why Be Brave?
I always tell my girls they can do hard things; they just need to believe in themselves and Be Brave.
(This was one of my mantras when I was going through Breast Cancer treatment years ago.)
Kids (and adults) often think of Bravery as facing something that’s dangerous but bravery also occurs in everyday life….anytime you have to do something that makes you a little nervous.
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So, for example:
Raising a hand in class—do it BRAVELY.
Trying to spell a word that’s tricky—do it BRAVELY and sound it out.
(My kids HATE doing this by the way-ugh).
Sharing ideas in class—don’t be shy—be brave!
Working on new math problems—believe in yourself and solve it bravely!
How to Use this list of Be Brave Affirmations:
Print on regular paper and post near your child’s desk.
OR Print on vellum paper and tape to a window near your child’s work area.
Ten ways to Be a Brave Student in our new normal
Remind your child they can be Brave and achieve amazing things everyday. Reciting the Affirmations below, will help them.
- I will be a Brave learner in ANY situation.
- I will Raise a Brave hand in class.
- I will be a Brave Speller
- I will be a Brave Writer
- I Will do Math Bravely
- I Will be a Brave speaker.
- I Will share my ideas Bravely
- I Will ask questions Bravely
- I Will work towards my goals Bravely.
- I Will be a Brave problem solver.
Grab the FREE Printable Here!
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