THE BOY WHO CRIED BIGFOOT!

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THE BOY WHO CRIED BIGFOOT!

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Year 1 to 3

Honesty

Honesty is defined as fairness and straightforwardness of conduct when one speaks the truth and act truthfully and is often connected to sincerity, integrity and trustworthiness. But honesty is not just about telling the truth. It promotes openness, gives clarity and empowers one to be authentic. Honesty has connections to other traits that support kindness, in particular self-compassion and self-acceptance. Being honest requires courage, realism, trust and it takes practice. Teaching honesty can be a challenge! Often social media and the virtual world create unreal perceptions of honesty. Teaching the importance of practicing honesty sets the dynamic of your classroom and prepares students for individual success in their future. The activities sourced and designed provide opportunities for children and students to explore authenticity and integrity in their own lives, classroom, and community.

The Boy Whocried Bigfoot!

Teaching children about honesty and trustworthiness involves more than just teaching them not to lie. The picture book, The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot by Scott Magoon demonstrates the value of telling the truth and the importance of establishing trust.

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Year 1 to 3

Location : US

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