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Do you want to strengthen your child’s resilience and emotional well-being? Do you want to help your child develop the confidence to take a stand for who they are?
The UPower Journal helps them discover the limitless possibilities of who they are and that they are enough no matter what life throws their way.
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Parent: “Both my children have been doing the Journal, and it has been a great experience for us, Garrett (Gr. 1) looks forward to doing them when he gets home from school, and it has helped us when he needs to talk through his emotions rather than acting out in anger or crying! Kora being in JK draws pictures with us using the guides. Some of the questions have helped us to deal with Kora’s adjustment issues to JK as her, and her classmates learn the rules of school and deal with the anxieties kindergarten can cause. I have been enjoying this experience with the kids, thank you.”
Parent: “I’m already discovering a few things about my son who is 10. One thing he wrote in his UPower journal I purchased from you was “I want to feel better about myself”. I didn’t realize he felt that way.”
Student: “Sara, sharing your own personal experiences in the UPower journal really helped me to connect with you and myself.”
Student: “The journal has helped me realized that I may not have chosen the situation, but I definitely have a choice as to how I deal with the situation.”
Student: “It teaches us how to really express ourselves in our own way. It teaches us how to stand up for ourselves but stay respectful.”
Using The Power Journal in classrooms
Grade 7/8 Teacher: “The UPower journal has given us the opportunity to teach our students the importance of being resilient.”
Grade 6 Teacher: “We have been using UPower journals in our classes for a couple months now and they are a big hit! I keep them very private (locked away in a cupboard) so students know that no one else can read their private thoughts. We use them almost on a daily basis and the students get very excited to write down what is on their minds; the class is never more quiet. I could say so much about the journals, Sara, we really do love them!”
Here’s an example of how Grade 6 teacher Vicki Wilstra applied this UPower Journal activity in her classroom. She had her students write out their UPower thoughts, then tape them to their desk as a constant reminder of the person they want to be.
|Dimensions||23 × 17 × 2 cm|