Entries in excellence (10)

Friday
Feb152019

Patience and Effort Equals Success

 

S&S link: Character Building: Personal Responsibility: Excellence-2c

Authored by Jackie Owens. Illustrated by D.K. Designed by Roy Evans.
Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2019 by The Family International

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Friday
Nov302018

Patsy’s Pantry

S&S link: Character Building: Personal Responsibility: Excellence-2c; Character Building: Social Skills: Friendship-2b

Authored by Gilbert Fenton. Illustrations by Jeremy.
Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2018 by The Family International

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PDF: Patsy's Pantry (Japanese)

Friday
May132016

Notice: Level 2 Lesson Plan: Striving for Excellence

Level 2 Lesson Plan: Striving for Excellence,” posted in the Parents and Teachers section, is a lesson plan that can be covered in 30 to 40 minutes, or made into a more in-depth study over a few days. It highlights the lesson objective: “Understand that the practical ways to strive for excellence are rooted in initiative, motivation, self-discipline, diligence, and perseverance; learn to ask oneself if one is giving one’s all to what one is doing, learn to find satisfaction in giving a task one’s best.” (Character Building: Personal Responsibility: Excellence-2c)

Contributed by My Wonder Studio staff.
Copyright © 2016 The Family International

Friday
Apr012016

How Much Satisfaction?

S&S link: Character Building: Personal Responsibility: Excellence-2c

Contributed by Nia Russell. Illustration by Zeb. Design by Stefan Merour.
Copyright © 2016 by The Family International

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Friday
Aug072015

The Amazing Supernatural Miraculous Transformation of Bill Bored!

Monday
Dec232013

Patsy’s Pantry

Note: This story uses British spelling.

“Mmm … scrumptious,” twelve-year-old Conley McArdent mumbled through a mouthful. “The best shortbread I’ve ever tasted.”

“Don’t exaggerate,” responded his fourteen-year-old sister, Patsy.

“I mean it.”

“Really? It was just a wee experiment—throwing the usual ingredients together type of thing. You know—butter, flour, sugar and all. Naught special, except the butter, of course … Ballyrashane.”

“But they are so good,” Conley said, reaching for the plate. Patsy stayed his hand.

“That’s your fifth. I only made four for each of our guests.”

“Oops.”

“Okay, Con, since you are a satisfied customer, go ahead. Merrill and Moira and their children will eat ’em, and Mike and Maggie, of course—but their daughter, Megan, might pass—she’s on some kind of a diet.”

Conley’s eyes lit up. “Speaking of customers, I bet I could sell these.”

“What? Sell my dinky biscuits?”

“Aye. You don’t think so?”

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