8 - 12 years
“You are very good boy/girl!” All parents would like their children to be good. Rather than only having excellent scores at schools, parents should support their children to build up their growth mindset, empathy, emotion control, and compassion to deal with situations. These soft skills relate to people value and positive attitude known as ‘merit’. Having positive mind, children will solve conflicts in their daily life appropriately. Kon Mee Dee (How to be a Good Child) brings children to learn about merit and people value with fun and creative activities, and they will have an opportunity to solve simulated problems that involves in parts of their lives.
Activity Sneak Peek:
Station 1: Help Each Other
Children have to help each other to find and collect coins under the corn starch bath.
What they will learn: patience, people trust, cooperation, carefulness, and attempt
Station 2: Glass Wall
Children are given a task to arrange glasses to be a wall to protect villagers from wild animals.
What they will learn: responsibility, peace, justice, empathy, kindness
Station 3: Give Directions
During your walk to a school, a person with mute disability asks children about direction by pointing on the map. How do they do?
What they will learn: creativity, communication, freedom, respect, kindness
Station 4 Communication
Children have to conquer the challenge corporately by communicating by whisper to send a phrase(s) accurately.
What they will learn: orderliness, happiness, friendliness, sincerity
Farewell Activity: Good Children Theatre
After children learn about good deeds, they will be given a task to demonstrate what you have learned by role-play. It is time to merge logic and creativity to find a way to simulate and solve a problem with positive mind.
- Jealousness - My father’s old toy
- A poor bird - Littering
What they will learn: Community are influenced and affected by a number of people. There are various types of personality and behaviors. The most important thing is that children have to know and prepare themselves to deal with conflicts appropriately with merit to live in the community with happiness and peace.