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Law of Attraction in the Classroom


Law of Attraction in the Classroom

A place for teachers to share ways to incorporate the law of attraction principles into their classroom.

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Latest Activity: Aug 30, 2012

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abraham hicks, emotional scale for kids!

Started by Jensine. Last reply by AthenaMarina Aug 12, 2010. 5 Replies

Law of Attraction in the Classroom

Started by Shirah Penn. Last reply by AthenaMarina Aug 12, 2010. 1 Reply


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Comment by Shirah Penn on May 23, 2008 at 7:44pm
congrats to Iris. I taught little kids for 42 years, mostly First Grade. I love that grade and that age kids. They are very lovable and capable. I like to teach them the phonics sound a for apple and the word can ----I can do it! In public schools we can't teach about God like you can in private schools. You can teach the children that they are lovable and capable. Please let me know if you want more ideas. My favorite thing to teach was Self-Esteem. I got lots of my ideas from Jack Canfield who was my teacher in1981. Love Gramma Shirah
Comment by Shirah Penn on May 25, 2008 at 6:44pm
Law of Attraction in the Classroom This is a great time of the year to make little books of things I'm Grateful for This Year Maybe the kids could brainstorm like Friends, nice teacher, learning something new, playing computer games, getting a puppy. etc. Each child will have a different little booklet. Love GS
Comment by Alicia on May 26, 2008 at 7:04pm
I just noticed there are now three members--fabulous!

The link will take you to an excellent 10-lesson curriculum. The bracelets mentioned are available for free through the organization's website. The file is worth looking through for your own personal development....there are some wonderful quotations and ideas within it.

The organization has a great e-newsletter as well. I enjoy reading the quotes included within it.
Comment by Alicia on May 26, 2008 at 7:06pm
There is a streaming version of The Secret available on (in the movies section). The tip here is to let it load for several hours so it streams continuously when you finally do watch it with your students.
Comment by Alicia on May 26, 2008 at 7:14pm
Tiger Woods also has a fabulous curriculum available for free. I have the Middle School version. It has lesson ideas for promoting role models, dreams, and leadership. It comes in a fabulous binder too.

you can download it from the site too.
Comment by Shirah Penn on June 2, 2008 at 6:14pm
There is a Chicken Soup for the soul for the Classroom Teacher that is available as well. Jack has lots of wonderful ideas that I have used over the years. I was also thinking about the Emotional Guidance system by Ester and Jerry Hicks that I talked about last time. I think for kids I would simplify it by only using 10 emotions starting at the bottom with 10. powerlessness 9. unworthiness 8.anger 7. blame 6. worry 5.disappointment 4. boredom 3.hopefulness 2. happiness 1. Joy/Love Love Gramma Shirah
Comment by Jensine on June 3, 2008 at 1:07am

Yeap, I agree on simplying the emotional scale adults we tend to make things so much more complicated than they really are kids make it easier and we should go with that when working with them. I like the words you chose, good choice:-)
When I get the time I'm going to make one up, and I'll mail you a copy.

Jensine x
Comment by Spiritualjaye on June 9, 2008 at 7:21am
Okay so technically i don't teach in a classroom... I home educate... but i do still guide and facilitate the boys learning...

Hope you don't mind me joining in...

Jaye x
Comment by Shirah Penn on June 12, 2008 at 3:47pm
Now that school is out this is a great time to keep up the journaling. I wish I had a site for kids to blog me as Gramma Shirah. Then they could practice their writing skills as well. I taught spelling using the computer keyboard to help them memorize where the letters are as they spell them. That is a kinesthetic method, touch, feel and say as you spell. Love Gramma shirah
Comment by Shirah Penn on June 12, 2008 at 3:49pm
Parents are always kids first teachers whether they home school or not. Sometimes homeschooled kids learn things that aren't taught in the classroom, and sometimes there are skills taught in the classroom that can't be taught at home. Love Gramma Shirah


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