Life Raft Manual + 6 x A4 Posters

Life Raft Manual + 6 x A4 Posters

Used in conjunction with the PLAY IS THE WAY® Key Concept Posters for years K-7, this manual is a raft of activities and ideas to help raise considerate children.

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LIFE RAFT MANUAL – 62 x A4 pages spiral bound
KEY CONCEPT POSTERS – Set of 6 posters A4 Size

NOTE: This resource is included in the PLAY ISTHE WAY® complete program – Volume 1&2

Used in conjunction with the PLAY IS THE WAY® Key Concept Posters for years K-7, this manual is a raft of activities and ideas to help raise considerate children.

The Play Is The Way philosophy revolves around the Self-Mastery Checklist and the following 5 key concepts:

  • Treat others as you would like them to treat you.
  • Be brave – Participate to progress.
  • Pursue your personal best no matter who you work with.
  • Have reasons for the things you say and do.
  • It takes great strength to be sensible.

This resource unpacks the concepts for students and teachers and therefore can be used as a reference point that assists children to reflect upon their behaviour.

Key Concept Posters

The A4 posters read as follows:

  • If you don’t know why you’re doing something then don’t do it because it’s most likely wrong.
    HAVE REASONS FOR THE THINGS YOUSAY AND DO
  • We don’t come to school to be better than others. We come to school to better ourselves by being able to work with others.
    PURSUE YOUR PERSONAL BEST NOMATTER WHO YOU WORK WITH
  • We do the right thing because it’s the best thing to do.
    IT TAKES GREAT STRENGTH TO BESENSIBLE
  • School is about stepping bravely into the unknown. The unknown is often uncomfortable. The braver you are, the more you learn.
    BE BRAVE – PARTICIPATE TO PROGRESS
  • If someone is unlike you, seek to understand them.
    TREAT OTHERS AS YOU WOULD LIKETHEM TO TREAT YOU
  • SELF-MASTERY CHECKLIST:
  1. Am I doing the right thing or the wrong thing?
  2. Am I having a strong moment or a weak moment?
  3. Am I being my own boss or am I inviting my teacher to be my boss?
  4. Am I running away from the problem or am I dealing with it?
  5. Is my teacher trying to help me or hurt me?
  6. Are my feelings in charge of my actions or is my thinking in charge?

BE THE MASTERNOT THE VICTIM OF YOURFEELINGS