~15 minutes

Try ONE of the strategies below this week.

What gets you up in the morning? Try some of the ideas and suggestions in the following examples of Purpose with your students. Help them to identify their goals and dreams. 

1. Finding Your Noble Goal Checklist

This is a comprehensive checklist to help you craft your noble goal. Maybe you don’t have any clue what your noble goal is, or maybe you are struggling to put it into words. Regardless, this will be a big help.

How to Help Children Pursue Noble Goals | Six Seconds (2.57 minutes)

How can you encourage a child to pursue noble goals? Josh Freedman and May Duong discuss the importance of taking kids’ ideas seriously, and not being afraid to ask young kids what they want to contribute to the world.

2. Mini POP-UP Kit — Goals

Try making a goal pizza with your students!

This social-emotional learning lesson is targeted for secondary age students. It’s a wonderful exercise on forgiveness that teaches kids about values, how to identify them, and how they drive our actions.