Presentation on theme: "June 2006North American Division1. June 2006North American Division2."— Presentation transcript:
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June 2006North American Division3 Child Sanguine - Strengths Daring and eager Wants to please Inventive and imaginative Sociable
June 2006North American Division4 Child Sanguine - Strengths continues... Enthusiastic Fun-loving Chatters constantly Energized by people Life of the party
June 2006North American Division5 Child Sanguine - Weaknesses No follow-through Disorganized Easily distracted Short interest span Loves to talk & listen very little
June 2006North American Division6 Child Sanguine - Weaknesses Impulsive Creative excuses Easily lead astray Craves attention Needs peer approval
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June 2006North American Division8 Child Choleric - Strengths Daring and eager Productive worker Sees the goal Moves quickly Self-sufficient Competitive Assertive Trustworthy
June 2006North American Division9 Child Choleric - Strengths Continues... Born leader Aggressive Competent Organizes well Assumes leadership Problem solver Self-confident
June 2006North American Division10 Child Choleric - Weaknesses Manipulative Must make the rules Insistent My way is the only way Arguing Stubborn
June 2006North American Division11 Child Choleric - Weaknesses Too bossy If I don t win, I won t play Knows everything Looks down on dummies Act now, think later
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June 2006North American Division13 Child Melancholy - Strengths Thinks deeply Talented Musical Serious Quiet Likes a schedule Thrifty
June 2006North American Division14 Child Melancholy - Strengths Continues... True friend Perfectionist Intense Dutiful and responsible Analyzes others Contented to be alone
June 2006North American Division15 Child Melancholy - Weaknesses Moody Self-conscious Too sensitive Hears negatives Depressed and withdrawn
June 2006North American Division16 Child Melancholy - Weaknesses Continues... Sees problems Won t communicate Negative attitude Poor self-image Revengeful
June 2006North American Division17 Child Melancholy - Weaknesses Inferiority complex Inflexible Suspicious of people Critical
June 2006North American Division18 Tender Hearts If you listen carefully to some Melancholy children s stories, they will reveal a deeply tender heart.
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June 2006North American Division20 Child Phlegmatic - Strengths Serious Easygoing Undemanding Happy & lovable Adjustable Agreeable
June 2006North American Division21 Child Phlegmatic - Strengths Watches others Easily amused Little trouble Dependable Good listener Mediates problems Hides emotions
June 2006North American Division22 Child Phlegmatic - Weaknesses Selfish Teasing Avoids work Fearful Quietly stubborn Lazy
June 2006North American Division23 Child Phlegmatic - Weaknesses Quietly stubborn Indecisive Unenthusiastic Too compromising Unmotivated Procrastinates
June 2006North American Division24 Always The Easy Way Peaceful children have an innate desire to find the easy way to do anything.
June 2006North American Division25 Work As Discipline Phlegmatic children like to avoid hard work, tedious work, or any work that doesn t fit their interests!
June 2006North American Division26 Born Ready…For Bed Phlegmatics are so naturally relaxed that their favorite activity is often sleep.
June 2006North American Division27 Ready To Give Up If Phlegmatics don t see the point in what they re doing, they ll quickly give up.
June 2006North American Division28 Include opportunities for children to lead out: Be in control (choleric) of something. Active fun time for (sanguine). Well planned program for (melancholy) Peaceful, respectful place for (phlegmatic). Including all temperaments make for a well-balanced program.