A spoof on the Myers-Briggs Assessment. The pig they draw serves as a “test” of the personality traits of the drawer. Although this is an un-validated assessment, sometimes the accuracy of the results will make you go, “Hmmmmm.”
This is a link to a kid-friendly Myers-Briggs personality assessment and what it means for specifically parents but can be used for teachers. This is a way to help kids with their social-emotional learning, engaging intrapersonal intelligence, and with teachers learning how to best nurture their students. I would love to have my students assess themselves on this modified Myers-Briggs for kids.