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Value for Life: Generosity July 2017

What does generosity mean to you?

  • Being kind, like sharing your toys
  • Letting other people join in
  • Giving your time
  • Being generous to people
  • Letting other people have something
  • Allowing others to do something
  • Giving away old things
  • Hep someone and use your time to help them
  • Kind and showing that you care
  • Looking after each other
  • Helping and supporting others
  • Putting others before yourself
  • Providing food for others.

How do show generosity?

  • Being helpful and kind
  • Sharing
  • If someone is upset, being there to help
  • Be letting them do something
  • Sharing things
  • Giving away old toys
  • Helping others
  • Give things that you don’t need any more to the needy
  • Showing kindness
  • Don’t just think about you, think about others
  • Being a good friend and person
  • If someone needed to borrow something such as a pen, you could let them borrow it
  • Kind to friends
  • Giving things to others
  • Somebody let me have one of their flapjacks.

 

 

 

In what ways do you receive generosity from others?

  • I fell over and one of the Owls came and helped
  • My dad helps me with homework
  • By saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’
  • Being helped by someone
  • Putting you in front of themselves
  • My sister helps me tidy – generous with time
  • Helps me with a game
  • Sharing ‘stuff’
  • My family give me money
  • Dad takes me with him to do fun things
  • I lost my tattoo and one of the Owls gave me another one.

When are you generous?

  • I go and get a teacher if my friend is hurt
  • At Christmas
  • With family
  • At home
  • When people are stuck (eg maths) I try to help and support them
  • My friend lets me borrow her pencil
  • When people are generous to me
  • Helping friends find things
  • At playtime
  • Give friends things
  • Waking early to lay the table for breakfast.

Why is it important to be generous?

  • To make people feel better about you
  • In order to keep or make friends (2)
  • To be liked
  • To receive generosity back
  • To help others
  • Nice (2)
  • It is good and kind to help others
  • To make others feel better
  • Creates happiness
  • You’ll get more friends, bond and trust
  • To make you happy
  • You are generous and they pass it on to others

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  • PD Day Friday, 21 October 2022
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