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Educational Activity Guides

Lessons for a Life of Happiness

A powerful and effective way to integrate character skills, this workbook aligns with a whole school program that enhances the ongoing efforts to make schools psychologically safe and higher-performing environments for students, staff, caregivers and communities.

We identified the most practical ways to live a happy life. From expressing gratitude and discovering your character strengths to finding more energy, tackling a problem and spreading happiness, this guide will offer reflections and activities that can be completed alone, with parents or a trusted adult, in class, or with friends!

The Live Happy workbook has been created with four key purposes:

  • Help children learn and build on individual character skills
  • Encourage quality interactions between parents, teachers and children
  • Develop links between schools and families
  • Develop positive character traits and inform parents/caregivers at home 

The Live Happy Activity Guide is for students of all ages (3 levels available: Elementary, Middle and High School) and abilities which can be used with each school’s current character education program or as a take-home workbook. 

A powerful and effective way to embed character skills and strengths, the workbook aligns with a whole school program that enhances the ongoing efforts to make schools psychologically safe and higher-performing environments for students, staff, caregivers and communities.

For details and pricing (digital/print, individual schools/full districts) contact Ian Picken at ipicken@livehappy.com. This guide is a great stand alone tool. It is also part of a full curriculum program that imbeds positive education into the whole school with quantitative measurements and results including mapping against academic improvement. 

"It is now possible to teach your students your subject and increase their well-being resulting in higher well-being and most importantly in achieving higher academic goals.”—MARTIN SELIGMAN, PH.D. 

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