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Lucky to be Me: a positive affirmation activity for March

March is the perfect time for feeling LUCKY! Show it off in your school hallways or walls at home with this fun, positive affirmation activity: Lucky to be Me! 

What you’ll need to complete the activity

Follow these steps

  1. Have students brainstorm words that describe them and that they are proud or lucky to be. These can be phrases, one-word adjectives or sentences. (This is also a great time to talk about positive affirmations!)
  2. Ask students to pick four of their favorite adjectives, words or phrases, and write one inside each clover. 
  3. Creativity is highly encouraged to color and decorate the finished product. I often display mine as an example and encourage students to have as little white left on their paper as possible! Some students add pictures, too! This is a very diverse activity.

Examples

 

What are other ways to incorporate positive affirmations at home or in the classroom? Let us know at @ArizonaEducator on Twitter or Arizona PBS KIDS on Facebook!

 

About the author

Marissa Will is the mother of two, Olivia (6) and Logan (4). Writing was her first passion: she’s a freelance writer and a Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication alumna. Will is currently educating the future leaders of tomorrow: She has spent the past nine years educating third grade with a master’s degree in elementary education from Northern Arizona University-Yuma.

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