I Am Unique. I Am Special. I Am a Zebra: Blank Lined Journal with Calendar for Those Who Loves Zebra by Sean KempenskiAre you looking for a gift for a friend?
This blank lined journal with a calendar is perfect for anyone who likes zebras. Details for this journal include: 6x9 inches, 138 pages with blank lined journal and 12 ready to fill in blank calendar months (total 150 pages), perfect to keep track of any activity. It has a matte finished cover and includes white interior paper.
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What makes YOU unique?
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Being told stories and being read to leads children to develop the rich storehouse of language, grammar and vocabulary they need to bring to texts when learning to read and write. Try our multilingual stories below or send us your own stories to share with others. I go to a good school and enjoy it. Sports is also very special to me. It relaxes me and I enjoy playing soccer. Every Wednesday I stay at school to extra lessons to help me along. I also grow up in a Christian home.
Dianna is a writer with a background in education and business. She writes to inspire and encourage others. We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today. Only when you are aware of the uniqueness of everyone's individual body will you begin to have a sense of your own self-worth. I think we should all be tolerant of each other and embrace each other's strengths and differences and uniqueness and beauty. I praise you God because I am fearfully and wonderfully made, your works are wonderful, I know full well. Every child has unique character strengths and abilities that allow him or her to express their individuality in a social environment.
I am unique in the universe. My Creator made me with a special intention in mind. I am special, creative, and wonderful. Remembering these ideas helps me strive to reach my full potential. Of all the people in the world, I am the only one that is exactly like me.
In short, you had a privilege that set you apart from your peers, and you may have done nothing or very little to get that advantage. Maybe politeness was natural to you and it seemed odd that people gave you so much credit for it. And this child might believe that he or she can succeed in anything with little effort. How do you study? I even remember that one day, a teacher caught my friend and me playing during the lesson, and I vividly remember that he told my friend something like:. I ended up going to one of the best high schools in my country, graduating, and then going to one of the best colleges inside my country.