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Do your students think that thinking win-win means no one should ever lose games, races, etc? Teach your students what thinking win-win REALLY means with this interactive PowerPoint. If you teach at a Leader In Me School, this goes along great with Habit 4: Think Win-Win, of Stephen Covey's 7 Habits of Happy Kids and is a great introduction.

Positive communication with my students' parents is extremely important to me! Modeled after Sean Covey's book,

The 7 Habits of Happy Kids Skit Habit 4: Think Win-Win "Everyone Can Win" Lily Plants a Garden

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Habit 4, Think Win-Win book, teacher and student versions

Think Win-Win, Habit #4 in Sean Covey's book "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens". I don't own anything. Wreck it Ralph is copyrighted by Disney. Ye.

The 7 Habits of Happy Kids Tree Poster - The Leader in, love, love this concept. PBIS is great, but Leader in Me seems to really tap into deeper, life-long habits.

An Understanding Listener {7 Habits Craftivity #5} -- Goes with the habit "Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood" #Leaderinme

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