Wearing My Brain Color On My Sleeves To Be Successful!

The last 3 weeks have been filled with preparing and presenting What Color Is Your Brain? programs for early childhood learning and care centers staff, directors and owners. There were two “Team Building” programs  for the Gertrude B. Nielsen Child Care and Learning Center staff members,  one “Directors” program hosted by the Good Shepherd Center, and last night, a “Professional” program for members of the Association for Kids Sake (a partner of the  Illinois Action for Children) who own child care centers.

Today, I wore a Yellow Brain turtle neck to visually remind myself to stay on track while organizing my office and my tasks. I love this colorful tip, which I learned from students in my friend Michelle’s 4th grade inclusion class, many years ago.

My Blue Brain enjoyed creating the print outs of the Brain Color Team Activity that included Positive and Negative Adjectives for the Gertrude B. Nielsen Childhood and Learning Center staff.

My Green Brain developed a system to capture all the posititive and negative adjectives and also include a picture of each Brain Color Team on the printouts.

Now my Orange Brain is looking forward to completing the all my Yellow Brain tasks successfully, enjoying a Blue feeling of accomplishment , and having fun in the kitchen cooking a yummy dinner!

I am going to wear my Brain Color on my sleeves (of my turtleneck) to help me complete the Brain Color Group Activity printouts for the attendees who participated in the other two programs.

Remember to wear your Brain Colors on your sleeves as a colorful and helpful reminder to help you accomplish your tasks successfully!!

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  1. Laurie Buchanan on November 6, 2013 at 5:27 pm

    Sheila — I can see you rocking’ a yellow brain turtleneck!

  2. sheila on November 7, 2013 at 4:25 pm

    Yes, I am rocking and metaphorically rollerblading at high speed and I am most grateful for all the work and opportunities! I always appreciate your comments and encouragement! <3 😉

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