|Grades K-5| Imagine Hailey’s surprise when she wakes up to find her boring old bathroom mirror is covered in Magic Apps! The apps promise to make her taller, faster, smarter, and so much more! What harm is there in trying them? The apps only last one day, and surely this will solve all of her problems, right?! Join Hailey on her comical adventures as she tries app after app, trying to be someone she just isn’t, and begins to realize that trying to be like others isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Hailey learns, with help from her mom and friends, that she has so much to offer just by being herself. And that to truly be happy, she needs to look within herself instead of relying on others.
The companion activity book to the Is There an App for That? picture book offers 20 classroom activities designed to teach and reinforce the skill of “Accepting Self.” Use the activities to teach students the difference between doing what’s right, even when it’s difficult, and going along with negative peer pressure just to fit in. Activities that support Common Core learning initiatives are identified. Ideal for school counselors and educators. Activities include step-by-step instructions, lists of materials, worksheets, and answer keys. The CD includes ready-to-print forms and handouts.
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