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Intrapersonal Gift-Boosting Activities

  • Chart Your Progress
    Here's an opportunity to teach your child how to set and meet a small goal, like putting away a toy when he's done using it or saving money to buy a favorite CD.

  • Make a Culture Pizza
    Kids can discover their culture and who they are by making this pizza pie.

  • Happiness List
    Your child can work on remembering all the good things that happen in his day by writing them down every day. Encourage him to use colorful words, like marvelous, outstanding, or anything else that comes to mind.

  • "All About Me" Poster
    Your child can celebrate who she is by decorating this poster with pictures of what she likes and what makes her feel good and then hanging it up for all to see!

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