I AM Noticed Core Content
Focus: Positive I AMs
I AM Power List
Make a list of as many positive words about yourself as possible. We call this a Power List because it is a very powerful tool to have on hand when we need to remind ourselves about the goodness that is such a great part of who we are. What we say after I AM is true for each of us. Keep the list someplace where you will see it often. Having strong I AMs is vital to positive communication which leads to being confident and resilient.
This is a great activity to also do at home with your friends and family.
Create I AM blocks….
What you say after I AM is true for you.
Write down 1 or more words that are true for you.
Display I AM blocks outside the classroom any way you’d like.
White paper (students can color)
Create "I AM" Word Selfies
Each person can stand or sit in front of a dry erase board or a large piece of paper. Have them tell you positive adjectives that are true for them. Write the words around the student using multiple colors and styles. Encourage each other to provide suggestions and/or be writing the words. Ideally, this can serve as a positive visual reminder. If possible take a photo of each person in front of their words.
Print out the picture and use it as decor around your classroom or halls.
Email the photo to each person so they have it as a visual reminder. Great for a social media profile or screen saver.
Reference the photo throughout the year to remind each other of their “I AMs”