Join Dozer the Dog and Dr. Lori in Part Three of “I Am So Special!” in which we help children learn that when they are persistent, they can achieve anything they want to! In this episode, Dozer really, really wants to get his treats up on the counter, and learns that in order to get what he wants, he needs to brainstorm lots of different ideas and remain persistent in order to reach his goal. Teaching children these success skills helps them learn that when they don’t give up, they can achieve anything they dream of!
Join us in this heart-warming series in which Dozer the Dog and Dr. Lori teach children how to truly believe in and love themselves so they can go out into the world and be strong, and make good, kind, and loving choices. Let’s teach children these success skills so they can stand up to those bullies, so they can do what’s right, even when it’s hard, so they can trust themselves in difficult situations, and so they can be empowered to live any life they can dare to dream for themselves.
In this video, Dozer learns what to do when kids are mean, and how to say a Love Pledge to himself to remind himself that he is special and lovable, no matter what others might say to him.
For more information about Dr. Lori’s literacy program for elementary schools, featuring adorable Dozer the Dog, please visit www.howdogshelpkids.com today!
Happy New Year!
When we teach children how to value and love themselves, they are able to interact with the world with increased love, compassion, and kindness. Join me for this very special series in which Dozer the Dog and I teach children important success skills such as how to love and believe in themselves, how to be kind and treat others with compassion and respect, and how to achieve any goal they can dream of.
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Dr. Lori Friesen
Founder and Creator of How Dogs Help Kids Read and Succeed in the Classroom
Teachers, are you looking for a fun and easy holiday craft to do with your students? Why not “Put the Art into Language Arts” with this great activity: teach your students to read and follow the steps to make their very own holiday snow globe.
Just click the image above to learn how!
When the weather gets a little cooler and you start craving the delicious flavors of fall, why not surprise your students with a whole-class cooking project? Model a practical reason for reading and writing as your students write the ingredients for this recipe, and then write, read, and follow the directions to create these mini-masterpieces. I used to think I didn’t like anything gluten free, but I promise you that there won’t be a speck left over when you make this recipe – they are absolutely DELICIOUS!