Persistence – how to keep trying


Focus: Shows children how to keep trying

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Some kids get frustrated fast when skills take many tries. But anything worth learning asks for effort. This story shows persistence pays off. Relatable pictures show children persisting through their failed efforts. Step by step, they inch closer to success by keeping at it. The tale says persistence feels tough sometimes, but the payoff feels awesome! Setbacks are normal, but the key is getting back up again. It explains these challenges make our brains stronger. So instead of giving up, the story motivates kids to celebrate each attempt while inching forward. Accomplishments feel sweeter when they take grit and persistence.

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