Hello! Welcome to Project Stella Resources!
My daughter, Stella, never runs out of big ideas. But she often gets upset because the ideas she has do not always turn out like she wants them to. We have discussions often about her feelings of frustration because friends or family don’t understand what she really likes to do. I try to be extra supportive when she feels like she wants to quit because she is worried what other people think.
What did help was finding some books that introduces her to three characters that experienced the same frustrations she did.
These books are about other kids that sometimes worry they may mess up or not meet the expectations of others. The picture books are fun and thoughtful and if you are a parent or teacher these books will appeal to you also as great ones to read aloud and discuss with your students.
New here? I also have the following blog posts to help raise kids who R.O.C.K.
And if you like these, check out the Acts of Kindness 21 Day Journal for Kids – a Digital Download from Project Stella Resources.
BONUS: And as a “Thank You” for checking out Project Stella Resources, we want to give you a Bonus!
Use the wheel to introduce Daily Acts of Kindness in a fun way! Then your students can reflect on what they did.
Great way to begin and end each school day!
“What a great way to encourage positive relationships in the classroom! Thank you!”
“Perfect to keep next to my desk for easy grab and go!”
“I like that these instructions come from the wheel, rather than from myself or another adult. It seems to motivate students from a higher, more altruistic level. Thanks for this!”