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“Little” Thoughts for the Day - A Book of Encouraging Daily Thoughts for Administrators and Teachers to Share with Their Students - cover

“Little” Thoughts for the Day - A Book of Encouraging Daily Thoughts for Administrators and Teachers to Share with Their Students

Joyce O’Bryant

Publisher: Morgan James Faith

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Summary

Addresses issues that children deal with daily, and written on a simple, child’s level
Sets a positive, uplifting tone for the school day for elementary students
Follows the school year in format, and includes holidays and special school activities which students relate to
Each thought closes with a prayer relating to the subject discussed
Able to be utilized by not only administrators/teachers, but by parents, as well
Teachers often look for a tool, like these thoughts, to reinforce ways to solve an issue in the classroom in a Christian way
Relevant to teachers/administrators everywhere

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