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Blog Challenge- 17 Inspirational Pins that Teach Character & Courage

Here are 17 inspirational pins I found on Pinterest which teach character that I would like to share with you. These sayings could be used as inspirational and motivational teaching moments for students.  Read them and brainstorm ways you could use these sayings to teach character and courage.  Students need to be taught how to handle “life”.

What are your ideas?  Which sayings mean the most to you?  Who taught you?  What were you taught that has impacted your character and courage?  I’d love to hear your experiences.  Please comment below.  I will respond! : )

Better yet, take this as a blog challenge and let me know you have done it so I can link to your post.

Blog challenge write a post like this using pictures and sayings that are inspirational and have a teachable moment for students.  Pinterest is full of pins likes these.  The pins link to the original website for attribution both when you pin them on Pinterest and when you embed them on your blog.  It is very easy and fast to do.  Answer the questions above to tell your story on how you learned your teachable moment.  Then share your ideas on how you would teach these “life” lessons to students.

Here are my answers:

The 12th saying below means the most to me.  When I was a child I did not like to try to do anything out of my comfort zone.  I was extremely shy.  When I grew up I learned that this actually hindered me.  I had wonderful roommates and friends in college that encouraged me to step out of my comfort zone.  Trying new things has been the best thing I’ve ever done.  It’s led to where I am now in my life and career.  Without stepping out of my comfort zone I wouldn’t be now blogging to you.

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