Wednesday, March 31, 2021

🌿 🍎 Wellness Wednesday, WEEK 27 πŸ˜ƒ Humility , Humildad 🌿 🍎


PositiveValuesNetwork shares WELLNESS WEDNESDAY and WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE POSITIVE ACTIONS! In the classroom, at home or work, and virtual school, all use Positive Actions to focus on community well being. PAWsitive Partners join us each Wednesday for a moment to focus on physical health by following School Therapist, Lacee Kidwell, in gentle stretches and mindfulness. Opposite weeks take a look at healthy eating for healthy bodies lead by WVU Extension Office Family Nutritionist, Amie Tutor. The new Positive Value Word: HUMILITY, and in Spanish, HUMILIDAD, as we learn all about our PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, and EMOTIONAL WELLNESS. HUMILITY/HUMILIDAD means "the ability to consider OTHERS ahead of YOURSELF." This Positive Action lesson helps with STUDENT SUCCESS and Standards by engaging students in the importance of belonging to and building a positive community! Positive thoughts, actions, and feelings to develop EMOTIONAL WELLNESS with that "good ole GOLDEN RULE" for HUMILITY are: πŸ˜€ Consider others wellbeing firstπŸ€“ 🧠 Be courteous, patient, and forgivingπŸ“• 😍Use kind words and actions 🎸 🧘🏽 Be honest, respectful, and generousπŸ’ πŸ’—Always empathize with othersπŸ’— Be considerate of other's feelings, differences, situations 🧼Wear masks, social distance, and wash hands to consider the wellness of ALL πŸ›  Change the World 🌎 Providing evidence based curriculum for K-12 to promote positive actions, wellness, mental health, prevention, and positive choices leading to student achievement; for online, in the classroom, virtual/remote learning, and more! Talking about emotions and connecting with others is a positive action. PositiveValuesNetwork.com: Celebrating our uniqueness and build relationships based on our diversity! Weekly Positive Actions are available for grades k-12! Subscribe to: PositiveValuesNetwork.com Daily Dose: positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com On Instagram @positiveactions.mcp Subscribe to Youtube: youtube.com/user/hottfamily6​​​​​​​​​​​​ Join the free APP on Apple Store and GooglePlay #PositiveValuesNetwork​​​​​​​​​​​​ #SEL​​​​​​​​​​​​ #MentalHealth​​​

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

PositiveValuesNetwork.com Activity Week 28 HUMILITY/HUMILIDAD


Are you in virtual school?  Try this week's PAWsome PAWsitive Action Activity!  Using Positive Actions, Values, Prevention, SEL, and Wellness to discover
student's self concept, promote physical and intellectual wellness.  Bringing siblings together with Positive Actions Activities on PositiveValuesNetwork.com. (print-outs available under "materials" tab online)
This video includes:
*Weekly Positive Actions Activity for HUMILITY/HUMILIDAD
*Doodle Art w/Ms. Lacee HUMILITY/HUMILIDAD
*Family Art Therapy w/Ms. Mandi HUMILITY/HUMILIDAD

😊 RACE & DIVERSITY, Talk It Out Tuesday, WEEK 28 🌈 Humility, Humildad fo...


(Book 5 of 30). The Morgan County Partnership's Positive Action and Prevention Programs present "Wolf in Snow" written and illustrated by Matthew Cordell. Are YOU ready to grow some kindness and change the world? Today, we see book 5 of the KINDNESS COLLECTION, "WOLF IN SNOW" with Mrs. Hott. The new Positive Value Word: HUMILITY, and in Spanish, HUMILIDAD, as we learn all about our PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, and EMOTIONAL WELLNESS. "A girl is lost in a snowstorm. A wolf pup is lost, too. How will they find their way home? Paintings rich with feeling tell this satisfying story of friendship and trust. Here is a book set on a wintry night that will spark imaginations and warm hearts." For more information and classroom activities, go to: https://www.theclassroombookshelf.com... Video link to book trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UvNS... Link to host Sheils Stafford: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llXeE... Providing evidence based curriculum for K-12 to promote positive actions, wellness, mental health, prevention, and positive choices leading to student achievement; for online, in the classroom, virtual/remote learning, and more! Talking about emotions and connecting with others is a positive action. PositiveValuesNetwork.com: Celebrating our uniqueness and build relationships based on our diversity! Weekly Positive Actions are available for grades k-12! Subscribe to: PositiveValuesNetwork.com Daily Dose: positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com On Instagram @positiveactions.mcp Subscribe to Youtube: youtube.com/user/hottfamily6​​​​​​​​​... Join the free APP on Apple Store and GooglePlay #PositiveValuesNetwork​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #SEL​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #MentalHealth​​

Monday, March 29, 2021

❤️ Word of the week in spanish πŸ“š HUMILITY 😊

🎨"2021 Family Art Therapy Week 13" HUMILITY/HUMILIDAD with Ms. Mandi, BSW🎨


“2021- FAMILY ART-THERAPY WEEK 13”

This week’s projects are going to be related to the Positive Action Word of the Week- HUMILITY

Your projects can be uploaded and emailed to me at: amanda.knepper@k12.wv.us OR amanda@morganpartnership.org

Please check the links on PositiveValuesNetwork.com for other art therapy projects and Positive Action videos.

Monday- Project: HUMBLE BEE

Today you will need: one large sheet of paper (blue or white will work best), yellow, black, light blue and white paper, scissors, a glue stick, and a black marker. There are several different ways to create your bees. There are several ideas attached in pictures below.

Your family members will each make their own Humble-Bee. You can name him/her if you would like. While creating your bee, hold a conversation with your family about why it is so important to be humble.

To be a humble person means that you are not arrogant, modest, do not brag or boast about yourself, you have a positive attitude and personality, you accept your flaws, is grateful to others, and takes responsibility for your actions. Why are these things important to being a good human being?



Tuesday- Project: HUMBLE HEART-STAINED GLASS

Today we will be using: a piece of heavy paper like construction paper or cardboard, tissue paper of different colors (tear into small squares and set aside), glue stick, string/ribbon and scissors. Your family members will each make their own heart to display in your home once they are completed. While you are completing your project, your family will discuss why it is important to have a humble heart. Why is it important to accept others, to be kind, to have a positive attitude and personality? How do others respond around you when you are modeling humble behaviors?

You will begin by taking the heavy piece of paper, cut out a large heart, cut out the center of the heart while leaving about 1 inch to 1.5 inches around the edge. Throw the center away. Then take the squares of tissue paper, glue them gently together, overlapping them, to fill in the center of the whole (as shown in the picture). Once you have filled in the center with the tissue paper, you can make a small hole in the top (boarder) and place a string, ribbon or yarn so you can hang your heart in a window. You can design your heart however you would like. The Sun will shine through the tissue paper in the heart and make a reflection onto the wall. Think of this concept when you think of humility. When you are humble, you are reflecting a positive image onto others around you. Why is it important for others to see you being humble and positive? How may this affect them?




Wednesday- Project: HUMBLE PIE

To make a HUMBLE-PIE you will need a round paper plate, scissors, ruler, pencil, popsicle sticks, cotton balls, crayons or markers, and glue. You can choose different items to decorate your pie as these are suggestions shown in the pictures attached.

Once your family decides what materials you want to use, make a list of what each item represents. For example: the crust = the human body, the filling = personality, the candy = helping others and so on. Each item on your pie will represent a characteristic of being humble that is important to your family.

Discuss with your family why the pie is important. How do the pieces of the pie fit together? Why are they each important? What happens if there is an item missing or not included? What kind of person would you be if there were missing parts of your humble- pie?



Thursday- Project: BE HUMBLE WHILE YOU DREAM!!
Today, with your family, you will be designing and making Humble Dream Catchers.

There are 2 Options for this project:

Option 1- Each member of your family will need a large sheet of paper, a large/round bowl and a small bowl to trace around, a pencil and something to color with and a ruler to make straight lines. You will place the large bowl towards the top of the paper, and trace around it. Then, you will place the small bowl in the center of the large circle you just made. You will then use a ruler to create 5-6 sections between the small circle and the large circle as shown in the attached picture below. In each section that you created, you will think of a symbol to place in each section. The symbol should represent a word that means humility to you. Be creative in choosing your symbols and colors. You will draw 5-6 feathers below the large circle you created and connect them with a straight line to represent string or yarn. The words that you associated with the symbols you chose, will now be placed inside your feathers you drew.

Option 2- Use a paper plate, yarn, single hole punch, feathers, beads, and scissors to make a hanging dream catcher. You will cut out the center of your paper plate, making a hole. Leave about 1 1⁄2 inches around the edge. Use the single hole punch and make holes around the edge spacing them out about an inch apart. There is a picture attached to show an example of this. You will then loop your yarn around from one hole to the next (across the plate/not side to side) making the netting for the dream catcher. You can attach beads in the center as you go for decoration. Once you have looped all the holes you will tie off your yarn and cut the end. You will then attach your feathers to the bottom using yarn. You can use a stapler/tape or glue if you would like or you can make a few more holes with the single hole punch and tie them there. You can add beads to feather yarn as well.

Lastly, you will sit with your family members and think about what each item on your dream catcher means to you when you think of the word humility. For example: The plate could represent the whole body, the yarn could represent the mind, and so on. Then discuss how those parts are associated with humility.

If there were missing parts to your dream catcher, what kind of person would you be? Would you be humble, caring, kind? Would you portray a positive image? What would others see if those parts were missing?

Meaning behind the dream catcher-

The dreamcatcher is a protective object that is used to protect people from nightmares and

bad dreams by the Native American people. Native American cultures believe that both

good and bad dreams fill the air at night. The dreamcatcher acts like a spider's web by

trapping the bad dreams or visions while allowing the good ones to filter through, resulting

in more pleasant sleep.





Friday- Project: HUMILITY LIFE-CENTER BOAT

You are in the same BOAT as everyone else. We are all struggling with life’s chaos right now, so it is extra important to be kind, humble and caring towards everyone. Try to be supportive, helpful and understanding.

To complete this project, each person in your family will need sheets of paper, scissors, and the instructions on how to fold the paper to create a boat.

Once each person has created a boat, you can attempt to race them. You can use a bathtub, the river, stream, or whatever access to a waterway you may have. You and your family can discuss who won the race, why they won, what factors helped the winner? Then discuss how to be humble when you lose vs when you win. Why is this important?




SEND PROJECT PICTURES TO: amanda@morganpartnership.org #"$%😊 OR Amanda.knepper@k12.wv.us

Please Access PositiveValuesNetwork.com for more links, videos, and art projects.

I hope you have a great weekend!! Enjoy the SNOW!! If you have a fun idea, please let me know so that I can incorporate them into another fun activity for your family!

Thank you for your participation, Ms. Mandi






🍎 Moto Monday, Week 28 😊 HUMILiTY Humildad ⏰ March 29, 2021


Begin your week from remote school or classroom with PositiveValuesNetwork "Daily Dose of Positive Actions" to Motor-up your week! Grab the kids, tell a friend, change the world! Take a look around and discover the role models near you, and the role model IN you too! Then, celebrate our beautiful differences this week! The new Positive Value Word: HUMILITY, and in Spanish, HUMILIDAD, as we learn all about our PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, and EMOTIONAL WELLNESS. HUMILITY/HUMILIDAD means "the ability to consider OTHERS ahead of YOURSELF." This Positive Action lesson helps with STUDENT SUCCESS and Standards by engaging students in the importance of belonging to and building a positive community! Positive thoughts, actions, and feelings to develop EMOTIONAL WELLNESS with that "good ole GOLDEN RULE" for HUMILITY are: πŸ˜€ Consider others wellbeing firstπŸ€“ 🧠 Be courteous, patient, and forgivingπŸ“• 😍Use kind words and actions 🎸 🧘🏽 Be honest, respectful, and generousπŸ’ πŸ’—Always empathize with othersπŸ’— Be considerate of other's feelings, differences, situations 🧼Wear masks, social distance, and wash hands to consider the wellness of ALL πŸ›  Change the World 🌎 Providing evidence based curriculum for K-12 to promote positive actions, wellness, mental health, prevention, and positive choices leading to student achievement; for online, in the classroom, virtual/remote learning, and more! Talking about emotions and connecting with others is a positive action. PositiveValuesNetwork.com: Celebrating our uniqueness and build relationships based on our diversity! Weekly Positive Actions are available for grades k-12! Subscribe to: PositiveValuesNetwork.com Daily Dose: positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com On Instagram @positiveactions.mcp Subscribe to Youtube: youtube.com/user/hottfamily6​​​​​​​​​​​​ Join the free APP on Apple Store and GooglePlay #PositiveValuesNetwork​​​​​​​​​​​​ #SEL​​​​​​​​​​​​ #MentalHealth​​​

Friday, March 26, 2021

πŸŽ™MCP PositivePodcast (Ep 27) ❤️ MARCH ALL SCHOOL SCIENCE ASSEMBLY with I...


PositiveValuesNetwork.com welcomes students to the March (3rd quarter) ALL SCHOOL SCIENCE ASSEMBLY ZOOM ROOM with special guest, Ivi Shaw, Chemist, held March 24, 2021. Students from the classrooms, virtual school, at home, from West Virginia to Alabama zoomed together to experience science and talk about capillary motion. Watching water move not only illustrated plant function but also teaches us that when different colors "collaborate", we see a beautiful transformation! Special guest, Ms. Ivi, chats about her love for science, rural Alabama, getting her BS in Chemistry, career, travel, and her curiosity to use information with science to help people be healthy and well! She provides an explanation not only of the science behind capillary movement but also relates how we, like each color in the experiment, come together from different places with RESPECT for one another's "feelings, wishes, rights, and traditions". A Positive Action inclusive activity is available on PositiveActionsNetwork.com "materials" tab. The ALL SCHOOL SCIENCE ASSEMBLY ZOOM ROOM concluded with "Ask Ms. Ivi" time where children chatted about education, travel, and science. Students also had an opportunity to email questions to Ms. Ivi at ahottfamily@gmail.com For links to the science experiment with Ryan, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGwG-... To see video for colors of the heart, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoFVP... It begins with a PAWsitive thought! Community events, business attractions, news and caregiving tips to get us through work, life, raising families, and staying at home! Mrs Hott and Mrs Sheima share stories and provide a community platform to hear local and student talent doing Positive Actions in difficult days. Enjoy! Hosts from the Morgan County Partnership with wellness tips, community news and resources, Positive Action programs and weekly activities, parenting perils from potty training to dishes, whether you live in WV or Mars, Ms. Hott and Ms. Sheima are with you to help with this new thing called life because we're all AloneTogether​ on the Positive Actions YouTube Channel and PositiveValuesNetwork.com! Subscribe to PositiveValuesNetwork.com; Daily positive actions tips available at positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com, Instagram @positiveactions.mcp and youtube.com/user/hottfamily6​​. Get the free Mobile APP at the Apple Store and GooglePlay #PositiveValues​​ #wellness​ #prevention​ #RemoteSchoolValueLessons​​ #DistanceLearningEmotionalWellness

Little Leaders πŸ“š Dominique Dawes πŸ’š Positive Actions with 🎨 Mrs Hott


NEW! (Ep40 of 40)! DOMINIQUE DAWES celebrating ""WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH" AND "Black History Month" today on PositiveValuesNetwork.com, featuring 40 daily stories from Vashti Harrison's LITTLE LEADERS: Bold Women in Black History! Listen and share with your classroom. Celebrate Diversity. Meet a new Little Leader each day and discover how others with positive thoughts, actions, and feelings, were able to make a difference. YOU can too! The Morgan County Partnership's Positive Actions Program celebrates Black History Month "featuring forty trailblazing black women in American history, LITTLE LEADERS educated and inspires as it relates true stories of breaking boundaries and achieving beyond expectations. Irresistible illustrations bring to life both iconic and lesser-known female figures of black history" with Mrs. Hott hosting. To get your copy of LITTLE LEADERS, here is the website: https://www.vashtiharrison.com/little... For more great info about author, Vashti Harrison, go to: https://www.vashtiharrison.com/​​​​​​... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nPPH... Using Positive Actions, Values, Prevention, SEL, and Wellness to discover student's self concept, promote physical and intellectual wellness. Cultural Competency Education helps to raise Developmental Asset # 34 and seeks to generate empathetic and caring students today for a positive tomorrow. #BlackHistoryMonth​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #WOMENS​HISTORYMONTH​​​​ #PositiveValues​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #race​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #diversity​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #wellness​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #positiveactions​​​​​

πŸ₯³ Fun Friday! Week 27πŸ’œ RESPECT, Respeto ⏰ March 26, 2021


Judge McLaughlin returns to Fun Friday to share with us about why RESPECT of our rules or laws is important for us all to have safe communities.  PositiveValuesNetwork.com and welcomes you to the Morgan County Partnership's Daily Community Time!  Today is FUN FRIDAY, where we meet a friend from the community who cares about YOU!   The new Positive Value Word: RESPECT, and in Spanish, RESPETO, as we learn all about our PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, and EMOTIONAL WELLNESS.

The new Positive Value Word: RESPECT, and in Spanish, RESPETO, as we learn all about our PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, and EMOTIONAL WELLNESS.  

RESPECT/RESPETO means "to consider the feelings, wishes, rights, and traditions of others."  This Positive Action lesson helps with STUDENT SUCCESS and Standards by looking at the question "What do you want?" and realizing that we all look different on the outside, but on the inside, we all are so alike!  We ALL want these Positive thoughts, actions, and feelings
to develop EMOTIONAL WELLNESS with that "good ole GOLDEN RULE" for RESPECT:

πŸ˜€ FRIENDSπŸ€“
🧠 ACCEPTANCEπŸ“•
😍.INCLUSION 🎸
🧘🏽 RESPECTπŸ’
πŸ›  Change the World 🌎

Providing evidence based curriculum for K-12 to promote positive actions, wellness, mental health, prevention, and positive choices leading to student achievement; for online, in the classroom, virtual/remote learning, and more!  Talking about emotions and connecting with others is a positive action. PositiveValuesNetwork.com:  Celebrating our uniqueness and build relationships based on our diversity!  

Weekly Positive Actions are available for grades k-12!
Subscribe to: PositiveValuesNetwork.com
Daily Dose: positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com
On Instagram @positiveactions.mcp
Subscribe to Youtube: youtube.com/user/hottfamily6
Join the free APP on Apple Store and GooglePlay

#PositiveValuesNetwork #SEL #MentalHealth

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Little Leaders πŸ“šLorna Simpson πŸ’š Positive Actions with 🎨 Mrs Hott


NEW! (Ep39 of 40)! LORNA SIMPSON celebrating ""WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH" AND "Black History Month" today on PositiveValuesNetwork.com, featuring 40 daily stories from Vashti Harrison's LITTLE LEADERS: Bold Women in Black History! Listen and share with your classroom. Celebrate Diversity. Meet a new Little Leader each day and discover how others with positive thoughts, actions, and feelings, were able to make a difference. YOU can too! The Morgan County Partnership's Positive Actions Program celebrates Black History Month "featuring forty trailblazing black women in American history, LITTLE LEADERS educated and inspires as it relates true stories of breaking boundaries and achieving beyond expectations. Irresistible illustrations bring to life both iconic and lesser-known female figures of black history" with Mrs. Hott hosting. To get your copy of LITTLE LEADERS, here is the website: https://www.vashtiharrison.com/little... For more great info about author, Vashti Harrison, go to: https://www.vashtiharrison.com/​​​​​​... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nPPH... Using Positive Actions, Values, Prevention, SEL, and Wellness to discover student's self concept, promote physical and intellectual wellness. Cultural Competency Education helps to raise Developmental Asset # 34 and seeks to generate empathetic and caring students today for a positive tomorrow. #BlackHistoryMonth​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #WOMENS​HISTORYMONTH​​​​ #PositiveValues​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #race​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #diversity​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #wellness​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #positiveactions​​​​​

❤️ Thankful Thursday, Week 27 πŸ₯³ Respecto, Respect March 25, 2021


PositiveValuesNetwork "Daily Dose" for remote or distance learning, in the classroom, virtual school, and at home or work, all use Positive Actions to focus building core values, raising developmental assets, and building community well being. PositiveValuesNetwork.com joins us each Thursday for a values video to discover ways to help improve students internal and external Developmental Assets. The new Positive Value Word: RESPECT, and in Spanish, RESPETO, as we learn all about our PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, and EMOTIONAL WELLNESS. RESPECT/RESPETO means "to consider the feelings, wishes, rights, and traditions of others." This Positive Action lesson helps with STUDENT SUCCESS and Standards by looking at the question "What do you want?" and realizing that we all look different on the outside, but on the inside, we all are so alike! We ALL want these Positive thoughts, actions, and feelings to develop EMOTIONAL WELLNESS with that "good ole GOLDEN RULE" for RESPECT: πŸ˜€ FRIENDSπŸ€“ 🧠 ACCEPTANCEπŸ“• 😍.INCLUSION 🎸 🧘🏽 RESPECTπŸ’ πŸ›  Change the World 🌎 Providing evidence based curriculum for K-12 to promote positive actions, wellness, mental health, prevention, and positive choices leading to student achievement; for online, in the classroom, virtual/remote learning, and more! Talking about emotions and connecting with others is a positive action. PositiveValuesNetwork.com: Celebrating our uniqueness and build relationships based on our diversity! Weekly Positive Actions are available for grades k-12! Subscribe to: PositiveValuesNetwork.com Daily Dose: positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com On Instagram @positiveactions.mcp Subscribe to Youtube: youtube.com/user/hottfamily6​​​​​​​​​​​ Join the free APP on Apple Store and GooglePlay #PositiveValuesNetwork​​​​​​​​​​​ #SEL​​​​​​​​​​​ #MentalHealth​​​​

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

PositiveValuesNetwork.com Activity Week 27 RESPECT


Using Positive Actions, Values, Prevention, SEL, and Wellness to discover student's self concept, promote physical and intellectual wellness. Bringing siblings together with Positive Actions Activities on PositiveValuesNetwork.com. (print-outs available under "materials" tab online) This video includes: *Weekly Positive Actions Activity for RESPECT *Doodle Art w/Ms. Lacee RESPECT *Family Art Therapy with Ms. Mandi RESPECT

🌿 🍎 Wellness Wednesday, Week 27, πŸ˜ƒ Respect, Respeto March 24, 2021


PositiveValuesNetwork shares WELLNESS WEDNESDAY and WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE POSITIVE ACTIONS! In the classroom, at home or work, and virtual school, all use Positive Actions to focus on community well being. PAWsitive Partners join us each Wednesday for a moment to focus on physical health by following School Therapist, Lacee Kidwell, in gentle stretches and mindfulness. Opposite weeks take a look at healthy eating for healthy bodies lead by WVU Extension Office Family Nutritionist, Amie Tutor. The new Positive Value Word: RESPECT, and in Spanish, RESPETO, as we learn all about our PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, and EMOTIONAL WELLNESS. RESPECT/RESPETO means "to consider the feelings, wishes, rights, and traditions of others." This Positive Action lesson helps with STUDENT SUCCESS and Standards by looking at the question "What do you want?" and realizing that we all look different on the outside, but on the inside, we all are so alike! We ALL want these Positive thoughts, actions, and feelings to develop EMOTIONAL WELLNESS with that "good ole GOLDEN RULE" for RESPECT: πŸ˜€ FRIENDSπŸ€“ 🧠 ACCEPTANCEπŸ“• 😍.INCLUSION 🎸 🧘🏽 RESPECTπŸ’ πŸ›  Change the World 🌎 Providing evidence based curriculum for K-12 to promote positive actions, wellness, mental health, prevention, and positive choices leading to student achievement; for online, in the classroom, virtual/remote learning, and more! Talking about emotions and connecting with others is a positive action. PositiveValuesNetwork.com: Celebrating our uniqueness and build relationships based on our diversity! Weekly Positive Actions are available for grades k-12! Subscribe to: PositiveValuesNetwork.com Daily Dose: positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com On Instagram @positiveactions.mcp Subscribe to Youtube: youtube.com/user/hottfamily6​​​​​​​​​​​ Join the free APP on Apple Store and GooglePlay

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

PositiveValuesNetwork.com Activity Week 27 RESPECT


Using Positive Actions, Values, Prevention, SEL, and Wellness to discover student's self concept, promote physical and intellectual wellness. Bringing siblings together with Positive Actions Activities on PositiveValuesNetwork.com. (print-outs available under "materials" tab online) This video includes: *Weekly Positive Actions Activity for RESPECT *Doodle Art w/Ms. Lacee RESPECT *Family Art Therapy with Ms. Mandi RESPECT

Little Leaders πŸ“š Dr. Mae JemisonπŸ’š Positive Actions with 🎨 Mrs Hott


NEW! (Ep37 of 40)! DR. MAE JEMISON celebrating ""WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH" AND "Black History Month" today on PositiveValuesNetwork.com, featuring 40 daily stories from Vashti Harrison's LITTLE LEADERS: Bold Women in Black History! Listen and share with your classroom. Celebrate Diversity. Meet a new Little Leader each day and discover how others with positive thoughts, actions, and feelings, were able to make a difference. YOU can too! The Morgan County Partnership's Positive Actions Program celebrates Black History Month "featuring forty trailblazing black women in American history, LITTLE LEADERS educated and inspires as it relates true stories of breaking boundaries and achieving beyond expectations. Irresistible illustrations bring to life both iconic and lesser-known female figures of black history" with Mrs. Hott hosting. To get your copy of LITTLE LEADERS, here is the website: https://www.vashtiharrison.com/little... For more great info about author, Vashti Harrison, go to: https://www.vashtiharrison.com/​​​​​​... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nPPH... Using Positive Actions, Values, Prevention, SEL, and Wellness to discover student's self concept, promote physical and intellectual wellness. Cultural Competency Education helps to raise Developmental Asset # 34 and seeks to generate empathetic and caring students today for a positive tomorrow. #BlackHistoryMonth​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #WOMENS​HISTORYMONTH​​​​ #PositiveValues​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #race​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #diversity​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #wellness​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #positiveactions​​​​​

πŸŽ™MCP Positive Podcast (Season 2/Episode 31) ❤️POSITIVE ACTIONS🌈Do the RI...

Four tips to teach integrity from Bright Horizons on the Positive Podcast! Chatting about core values to help build community connections h...