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The lesson “Persistence” teaches children about the importance of assuming personal responsibility and moral obligations in order to develop Godly character. As related to persistence, the children learn about the importance of sticking with one task until it is done successfully, such as how animals struggle to learn to walk and may fall until they are successful on their own feet. Each child will identify at least two activities in their own life that took persistence to master and will then understand the benefits of not giving up and the successful outcome. The lesson includes guided instructions for the teacher, including preparation, a script, and suggested activities to facilitate further learning in a fun and interactive manner. This lesson is designed for children between 3-5 years, and is the 36th lesson in the 1st Year Core Curriculum Set and part of the “Emotional Development” unit.
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