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Character Conversation Cards

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25 task cards with real situations and a series of questions at the end to get children talking about what they would do or say in these situations.

10 cards on Priorities and things we value
10 cards on Attitude
5 cards on Honesty and Integrity

Print these out and use in the classroom during character education time. Have one child ask their partner or a small group.

Download to your phone and use while traveling between activities to talk about values and what would the children do. Far easier to have this situation than pull one from your life where children usually clam up. It encourages the children to form opinions on the fly and adjust their perspective with input from family.

Try as part of the meal time conversation as an alternative to, “What did you do in school today?” One child/ adult reads the question and each person around the table gets a chance to give their opinion and maybe why.

All cards are easily adapted for grade levels and gender to suit your situation.

Answers not provided and come from your (family) values.

Try one for each day of the working week for a month

 

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Audio version Listen while in the car and have character conversations on the go! All 25 task cards are read by Melitsa with audible pauses to stop and have conversations. Easy to use on your phone or tablet. Even easier to use if you activate your voice commands options on your phone so you can pause, play and stop hands-free!

 

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25 task cards with real situations and a series of questions at the end to get children talking about what they would do or say in these situations.
10 cards on Potential and Self Worth
10 cards on Love and Kindness
5 cards on Honesty and Integrity

Print these out and use in the classroom during character education time. Have one child ask their partner or a small group.

Download to your phone and use while traveling between activities to talk about values and what would the children do. Far easier to have this situation than pull one from your life where children usually clam up. It encourages the children to form opinions on the fly and adjust their perspective with input from family.

Try as part of the meal time conversation as an alternative to, “What did you do in school today?” One child/ adult reads the question and each person around the table gets a chance to give their opinion and maybe why.

All cards are easily adapted for grade levels and gender to suit your situation.

Answers not provided and come from your (family/school) values.

Try one for each day of the working week for a month

 

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Audio version of the December bundle
Audio version Listen while in the car and have character conversations on the go! All 25 task cards are read by Melitsa with audible pauses to stop and have conversations. Easy to use on your phone or tablet. Even easier to use if you activate your voice commands options on your phone so you can pause, play and stop hands-free!
¬† Character conversation cards- January 25 task cards with real situations and a series of questions at the end to get children talking about what they would do or say in these situations. 10 cards on developing habits 10 cards on goal setting 5 cards on unity and cooperation Print these out and use in the classroom during character education time. Have one child ask their partner or a small group. Download to your phone and use while traveling between activities to talk about values and what would the children do. Far easier to have this situation than pull one from your life where children usually clam up. It encourages the children to form opinions on the fly and adjust their perspective with input from family. Try as part of the meal time conversation as an alternative to, “What did you do in school today?” One child/ adult reads the question and each person around the table gets a chance to give their opinion and maybe why. All cards are easily adapted for grade levels and gender to suit your situation. Answers not provided and come from your (family/school) values. Try one for each day of the working week for a month Character_Conversation_ Cards_Audio_Pack_3Audio version of January Audio version Listen while in the car and have character conversations on the go! All 25 task cards are read by Melitsa with audible pauses to stop and have conversations. Easy to use on your phone or tablet. Even easier to use if you activate your voice commands options on your phone so you can pause, play and stop hands-free!

Character Conversation Cards orange bundle

25 task cards with real situations and a series of questions at the end to get children talking about what they would do or say in these situations.

10 cards on Respect and Manners

10 cards on Trust and Faith

5 cards on Citizenship

Print these out and use in the classroom during character education time. Have one child ask their partner or a small group.

Download to your phone and use while traveling between activities to talk about values and what would the children do. Far easier to have this situation than pull one from your life where children usually clam up. It encourages the children to form opinions on the fly and adjust their perspective with input from family.

Try as part of the meal time conversation as an alternative to, “What did you do in school today?” One child/ adult reads the question and each person around the table gets a chance to give their opinion and maybe why.

All cards are easily adapted for grade levels and gender to suit your situation.

Answers not provided and come from your (family/school) values.

Try one for each day of the working week for a month

Character Conversation Cards pink bundle

25 task cards with real situations and a series of questions at the end to get children talking about what they would do or say in these situations.

10 cards on Gratitude

10 cards on Courage and Adversity

5 cards on Unity and Cooperation

Print these out and use in the classroom during character education time. Have one child ask their partner or a small group.

Download to your phone and use while traveling between activities to talk about values and what would the children do. Far easier to have this situation than pull one from your life where children usually clam up. It encourages the children to form opinions on the fly and adjust their perspective with input from family.

Try as part of the meal time conversation as an alternative to, “What did you do in school today?” One child/ adult reads the question and each person around the table gets a chance to give their opinion and maybe why.

All cards are easily adapted for grade levels and gender to suit your situation.

Answers not provided and come from your (family/school) values.

Try one for each day of the working week for a month