Although perfect for a Leader in Me school, the activities in this lesson are for anyone who wants to focus on building leadership skills. Help students to realize the power of being positive and not holding on to negative energy. These activities would be great for a guidance counselor who is teaching about choosing how to respond to situations, and building each other up. Read a simple story with a strong metaphor, create a compliment stem flower-power garden, and sing a fun song to help you remember what you have learned. If you are relating it to the seven habits, this is all about being proactive - we can choose how we respond.
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May flower-power be with you always! Cheers!