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Imagine the end of What would it take for you to look back and know that you cultivated what mattered? What will you wish you had started today?
Every decision we make has an arrow attached to it, pointing us in one direction or another. And you know what? His plans have always been better than mine. Are you with me? As you grow, your goals may shift. As you go through different seasons, your priorities may change.
As you learn new lessons and take on new life responsibilities, your capacity to do different things may change.
We were created for seasons. Just write the goal in whatever words you have! So, be brave and get the words out! Remember by training clients who came to me with arbitrary goals?
How will this goal change you and others?
Think of the biggest possibilities here—the most profound positive impact this goal could have. This can be a huge motivating factor when you define the possibilities. You made progress, finished your goal, or made it to a milestone.
How will that feel? So, write out some very small starting steps. How will you know you made progress on this goal? Write out some ideas.
Give yourself a strong pep talk, encouraging words, or a Bible verse to go with each goal. One of my goals was to pray.
Photo by my dear friend Gina Zeidler We pressed flowers from our garden and special milestones all year—in cookbooks, Bibles, and anything that had pages! Then, we used some Mod Podge and sealed these onto the canvas. It is so special! Better than we could have imagined.
I love it so much. Read and pray through the Bible. Pray the Word of God while reading through the Chronological reading plan again.If you teach Kindergarten, you will want to be in this "Klub"!
Welcome! This is a site devoted to all things Kindergarten! Below, you will see my blog roll. Here is a graphic preview for all the kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade Regular Adjectives Worksheets.
Click on the image to display our PDF worksheet. Kindergarten Writing Worksheets. Kindergarten is a pivotal year for young writers. Kindergarteners learn the alphabet and use it to form their first short words. Browse kindergarten writing prompts resources on Teachers Pay Teachers, a marketplace trusted by millions of teachers for original educational resources.
Picture Prompts to Spark Super Writing thinking that illustrations, photos, and other kinds of pictures would be a wonderful way to motivate young writers. That is the premise behind this book, the latest in Scholastic’s popular line of writing prompt collections.
Writing in Kindergarten Wednesday, August 14, In the front outside pocket is an alphabet chart with pictures for each letters to make a connection. On the back is sight words.
the list of words for the inside cover! Great idea! And the word cards would be great for syllable sorting as well as writing prompts. I do a lot of modeling.