Classroom character activities, role playing, skit, and games have their place in teaching character traits — but Pansy Pig teaches patience and anger control in a way that children will remember long after other activities are forgotten. All children identify with Pansy and her anger, listening wide-eyed as she struggles to control her bubbling caldron of anger and learn patience. They soon think of additional ways in which Pansy — and they — can control anger.
Children identify with Pansy’s temper tantrums, and listen, wide-eyed and giggling, as she learns patience. Written for 3 to 8 year old children, this 32-page book weaves patience into a delightful story that includes a clear definition of patience, and the funny Muckie-Wuckie Song. Supplemental materials reinforce the lesson.
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Pansy Pig’s Patience Pit downloadable eBook
Patience is simply and clearly defined in this playful story of obnoxious Pansy Pig! Please note that this is an eBook in PDF format. That means that you can download it immediately and view the story on your computer or print as a complete book.
Lesson plan by educator includes: for non-readers, coloring and writing practice followed by picture test based on the book; for readers, worksheets followed by written test. Large picture charts, classroom activities, crafts, teaching tools, as well as take-home reminders reinforce lesson on anger control. Over 45 PDF files.