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2nd Grade Life Skills
The 2nd graders will be learning "Life Skills" each week during Friday morning meetings. Please reinforce and practice these skills at home.
2/17/2017: Remember the importance of sharing. At some point you will need to borrow something too.
2/10/2017: Set and monitor a health goal for this week.
2/3/2017: Challenge yourself to sincerely compliment at least 3 people a day.
1/27/2017: Recognize respectful language (spoken, written, song, etc.) and be assertive if you hear something disrepectful.
1/20/2017: When someone asks you to stop, it is your responsibility to stop.
1/13/2017: Take time to think about the difference between being "competitive" and being unkind.
12/9/2016: Surprise somebody by demonstrating a random act of kindness.
12/2/2016: If you're doing something sneaky, you probably feel it's wrong, so make a better choice.
11/11/2016: When someone is talking, turn to him/her and make eye contact the whole time.
11/4/2016: When you misplace something, blame yourself and problem solve before accusing other people.
10/21/2016: Body language speaks loudly...think about what it is saying to others.
10/7/2016: Stand up for what you believe in, even if you are standing alone.
9/30/2016: When another person asks to be part of your group, accept them.
9/22/2016: When you see a student playing alone, ask if they would like to play with you.
9/16/2016: If you need to cough or sneeze, use your elbow instead of your hand.
9/9/2016: Say "Excuse me" and wait for an action before putting your body between two people.
9/2/2016: When someone holds a door open for you, say "thank you" as you walk through it.
8/26/2016: If you are the first one to the door, hold it open for the person or people behind you.
8/19/2016: When you meet someone new, stick out your right hand and introduce yourself.