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- LESSON PLAN - DIVORCE
Follow Up lesson #1: Objective: to learn and discuss different types of families. Follow Up lesson #2: Objective: to raise awareness and support other families.
- LESSON PLAN - INNOVATION
Have your child think of a time when things didn’t go as planned for them and share how they felt. Follow Up lesson # 1 – Invention by You: 1. What would you do if your invention turns out differently than planned? 5. Follow Up lesson # 2 – Creativity Book: Learn to think outside the box by doing the exercises in our emotions Exhibiting self-discipline and self-motivation Setting personal and collective goals Using planning
- LESSON PLAN - MENSTRUATION/PERIOD
FOLLOW UP LESSON #1: Objective: to help kids understand the science of menstruation. FOLLOW UP LESSON #2: Objective: to allow kids to express their idea about menstruation in a creative Ask the children to write why periods happen and why it’s important to have them (based on follow-up lesson LESSO PLAN COMPETENCIES CASEL COMPETENCIES Self-Awareness: Integrating personal and social identities
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- Lesson Plans | Mistake Club
Check out the lesson plans by topic here: LESSON PLAN - BODY IMAGE Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - FRIENDSHIP Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - BULLYING Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - DIVORCE Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - INNOVATION Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - ART Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - FOOD Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - MUSIC Read Lesson Plan LEESON PLAN - HUMOR Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - MENSTRUATION ANXIETY Read Lesson Plan LESSON PLAN - LOSS OF A PET Read Lesson Plan
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content: Original Stories and Animation - we publish new story by Mistake, teaching them valuable lessons Lesson Plans for Teachers and Homeschooling - our lesson plans are CASEL scoped SEL (Social Emotional and Masterclasses with Experts - our guest experts generously share their knowledge, experience and lessons
- Original Children's Stories | Mistake Club
write original stories that correspond with the topics we present and use the stories as the base for lesson plans and family discussions.