Teacher’s Activity Guide for "Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift'"
Reignite your teaching and reengage your students!
Create more cooperation, harmony, critical thinking, and creative problem solving in your classroom by creating a Kingdom of Kindness! Discover a solid foundation of life-long communication skills that go beyond the classroom; like multiplication tables, your students will never forget them!
Use the messages in Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift and the and What Color Is Your Brain?® concepts to help your students and children: concepts to help students achieve a greater understanding of themselves and others, reduce and redirect bully behavior, accept and appreciate individual differences, and deal with life’s triumphs and tragedies.
This colorful, engaging, and extensive educational Teacher’s Activity Guide is the perfect resource for teaching Social Emotional Learning for Academic Success and meeting state Common Core Standards. This time-tested companion to Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift includes:
♦ The Princess Shayna Picture Book
♦ 70+ Unique Classroom Activities
♦ 3 Specific Brain Color/Village Quizzes
♦ Bonus Gift Giver’s Guide, Vision Quest, and Villages Question
♦ Original Worksheets and Coloring Pages
♦ Fun Word Lists, Games, Mind Maps, Puzzles, Diagrams, and Recipes
♦ Helpful Classroom Activity Photos
Praise for Princess Shayna in the classroom
“A powerfully effectual bridge for learning how to feel capable, worthy, in control, and empowered in a school, home, and/or community environment… The vehicle one needs to be successful in life… Exemplifies team building, cooperation, and understanding of others, which are required skills for success in the future workplace.”
Michelle Bracken, BS & MS special education and speech & hearing pathology, special education & 4th grade inclusion teacher
“There are a lot of ‘aha’ moments! It is amazing how fast the students start analyzing others around them and come to realizations about ‘why people act the way they do’. My students begin to recognize their strengths and perspectives, appreciate differences, and realize their own ‘Brainbow’ combination.”
Laura Newcomer, BS & MS education, instructional technology specialist
“My entire school continues to buzz with Brain Colour spirit. Staff and students are more accepting and understanding of one another, and Brain Colour is now an official language spoken at Stephen Central to help us communicate about our feelings and behaviour. William, a 2nd grader, said, ‘Mrs. Cassell, I now understand why we get along so well. You’re Blue and I’m Yellow. Your Blue always helps me. And your Yellow appreciates my neat printing. I feel happiest when I am yellow. Oh, and if you mix us together, we make Green.”
Leigh Cassell, elementary teacher, AMDSB, founder of the Digital Human Library©
“The Gift Giver’s Guide can help parents and teachers focus, reflect upon, and discuss how they can build a strong foundation of understanding and an appreciation for life-essential ingredients of self-esteem”
Helen Schwartz, 4th grade teacher