The aim of this fun worksheet is for the kids to choose someone they think is a good leader, draw their picture and describe why they chose this person. They can choose anyone they like, famous or not!
Being a Leader
Even the youngest child can learn to be a leader and to work to make the changes that they want to see in the world.
Encourage children to think what it takes to be a good leader and how they can be a leader with our set of thought provoking activities.
Our Being a Leader Activities
We've designed this worksheet as a job description template, and the kids need to fill in the responsibilities, skills, benefits and salary for the role of group leader.
What would be your priorities if you were a leader for the day? Write down 3 priorities here on this worksheet...
Imagine you were a leader for the day. What would be your strengths and weaknesses, and what would you enjoy or not enjoy? We've got space to write down all your thoughts on this worksheet...
Here's a quote by Dolly Parton that's perfect for thinking about leadership! Print using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
Can the kids write a job description for a role as a leader on this template? They'll need to think carefully about the necessary skills...
"Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." Print this inspirational poster for your displays.
We can be leaders in different areas of our lives, and this prompting worksheet encourages the kids to think about ways they can be a leader at home, at school or in the community...
This useful worksheet encourages the kids to think of some ways in which they can show leadership. There's plenty of space for writing down their thoughts!
Print out this inspirational poster, featuring a quote by Barack Obama and use in your displays (use the borderless settings on your printer for the best results). Perfect for World Thinking Day!