Hey, You're Great!

This is a little throw-back post from over 2 years ago... yet it's one of my favorites. ;)

I know we all love the book, "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"!  It's such a great book to encourage our little ones to fill others' buckets and in turn fill their own bucket.  If you want to see more, go {here}.

Well, I've found another amazing book to help 
with your students' self esteem. 

The book is:

This book is so cute! It's about a grandma teaching a lesson to her grand daughter.  Back in her day, Grandma felt the pressure to fit in. She bought her clothes from the Hap {like the Gap, but not}, worked out at Silver's Gym {get it? Like Gold's Gym...haha} and tried to be just like Mallory Emma McBane. Until Mallory started acting like Laura LaVan. This is such a fun rhyming book about the importance of being yourself and LOVING YOURSELF! 

Ok, I'm pretty partial to this book since a great friend of mine wrote it . 
It really has a great message and I like it so much
 I made a mini-unit to share with you for FREE! :)

Here are some of the activities to do with your students:

Student mini-book {just staple in the corner}:

They add a piece of tin foil to this page to act like a mirror!

Some writing activities too:

Whole class chart:

Whole class sequencing chart to go with the book:

Head over to Amazon, pick up the book and help your students feel good about themselves!

Clipart &/or fonts copyright and used with permission by DJ Inkers


Kate @ EduKate and Inspire said...

Thank you for the fabulous mini unit!! I am interning as school counselor this year, so this will be perfect to use in my small groups. I will check out the book, too! :)

EduKate and Inspire

Amber O. said...

This is an AWE-some mini-unit! I have a student in desperate need of a self-esteem boost, and I think I may just use it for a one-on-one with him and our school counselor! But it would be equally amazing as you intended it: for whole group. Thanks Rachelle!

Anonymous said...

This is a really cute book for girls (or kids) of any age, but especially pre-teens. It encourages us all to be happy with who we are instead of fitting a mold. Also I want to advice some services buying essays online uk. I hope it will be useful for you

slither io said...

Thank you for sharing this post, a great friendship story about letting your children know more about friendship.

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