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YOUR MAKES YOUYOU Often we’re best at what we’re interested in. We can spend hours on something we like and not even realize it! What do you like to do? Bet you can do it for a looooong time. Your interests are part of what makes you you. Top chef? Animal lover? Nature lover? Like learning new things? 12 Love to dance?
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What Makes Me Me? Or, I’m Being FRAMED! SO HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOU? Paste a photo or drawing of yourself in the center of the frame. Draw lines to connect yourself to the skills and strengths that are YOU. Add your own descriptions of your powers! CONFIDENT QUIET ENERGETIC ARTSY OPTION: If you’re a collage queen, cut loose with this one! Add photos or illustrations of who and what matter to you. Maybe draw lines from the descriptive words to the pictures. BRAVE
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Hang a poster-size copy of your project chart in your gathering space and then: Set aside some time for reflection. If you could keep your project going, what would you continue? What would you change? Write a community proclamation. Write a proclamation to continue your commitment to the community. Frame it and present it to the organizers you teamed with. Clap your hands and say thanks. Each person gets a chance to stand up and say who she thanks for assisting her with this Take Action Project. After each name, clap your hands and say, “Yeah!” Make it as exciting and loud as you can! Make it a massive cheer! End, if you feel like it, with a mutual back patting and a friendship squeeze. Make a Project Day scrapbook. It’s great to keep a record of all you’ve accomplished. Collect all your memories, photos, notes, and souvenirs in a project scrapbook. Then get together as a group and self-publish the book. Present it to each other, to your adult volunteer, and all the great people you partnered with.