My Mini-Book About How I Grow
Help Children Recognize Positive Growth and Change in Themselves with My Mini-Book About How I Grow.
My Mini-Book About How I Grow can help students celebrate their positive growth, physical growth, and accomplishments. It can be added to unit studies, used in F3 projects, or included in a health or science class.
How to Use the My Mini-Book About How I Grow
This mini-book has eight little pages, including a title and end page. Create the book by cutting the pages apart on the dotted lines and stacking them in numerical page order. Next, staple the pages together as marked and then fill in the information. This mini-book does not include writing prompts to allow more space for creativity, illustrations, and narration. Some students may want to list their accomplishments, skills, affix photographs, or write short paragraphs about themselves.
Some may want to glue the completed booklet onto one of our Mini-Book Keepsake Pages to document learning, while others will want to keep it loose to share with others.
Teachers can have kids use resources already on hand, easily accessible online, or from your school or parish library to help provide the needed information.
This mini-book is one small part of our Health and Human Body Mini-Book Unit Study.