Flexibility In School

vs. stubbornness

Adjusting to change with a good attitude

To practice Flexibility, I will:

  • not get upset when plans change
  • accepting the things I cannot change
  • be open to new and different experiences
  • learn from my mistakes
  • anticipate and prepare for change

    Maximum Flexibility

    The past several years have tested the Flexibility of schools like never before. If someone had told you a year before the Pandemic that you could switch to online school in a matter of DAYS, you would have laughed at them. The truth is, you did it! It took more than days to work out all the kinks, and we are still recovering from its effect on student learning, but you did it. This also happened at a time when your personal life required Flexibility too. Adapting to all of the changes in family dynamics and running a household required boatloads of Flexibility. Review all the changes you endured, all the new things you learned, and all the accomplishments you completed despite the hardships. Pack it up and use it to puff up your Confidence, Resilience, and Positivity. Now strut – you earned it!


    The Links below will take you to Resources you can use in the classroom or in homeschool
    to teach the Character Quality of Flexibility.
    Our other Pillars have resources that can be used in an educational setting or for education professionals.

    Visit Flexibility in Business>>

    Power Up with Character
    Interview Questions
    Adult Business Books

    Visit Flexibility in the Community>>

    Character All Month Calendar
    Related Qualities
    Character Holiday Activities
    Family Activity (with a printable for sending home to parents)

    Visit Flexibility in Faith>>

    Christian Family Activity
    Bible Verses
    Christian Poster
    Prayer and Reflections
    Archived Resources

    Archived Bulletins for Flexibility: