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  1. Share a story of resilience from your own life and why resilience is an important skill to cultivate.
  2. Explain that together you are going to learn more about resilience.
  3. Show your child the three images of resilience from the worksheet one at a time.
  4. Ask, "What do you notice about these images?"
  5. Ask, "What do these images have in common?"
  6. Review the George Mason University’s Resilience Model (image included on the worksheet, visit the website for more details).
  7. Show the "Resilience in Kids" Created by First to Draw video.
  8. Ask your child to fill out the note catcher portion of the Resilience Explained worksheet as they watch the video.
  9. Explain that together you will be creating a video to share what you learned about resilience.
  10. Research resilience together and refer to the Resilience Explained worksheet for directions on what to include in your video.

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