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Intrapersonal Gift-Boosting Activities

  • Books for Little Ones
    Young children often relate to the adventures of such characters as Curious George or Madeline. Take an opportunity to share a book with your little one and reflect together on how the character's adventures compare with your child's life.

  • What's Wrong with this Picture?
    Is your child ready for some detective work? With a careful pair of eyes, he won't need a magnifying glass to figure out what's peculiar about these pictures.

  • Follow the Dots
    When your child's not in the mood to play with friends, she can spend some quiet time in the land of dots.

  • Chart Your Progress
    Here's an opportunity to teach your youngster how to set and meet a small goal, like putting away a toy when he's done using it.

  • Today I Am Feeling...
    Happy? Sad? Silly? With this activity, the whole family can create their own unique mood indicators!

    Grades 3-5
    Grades 6-8


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