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quiet, Scheduled, and cautious

Master of Details - you notice even the smallest elements of things around you. You tend to be highly observant and meticulous, taking great care to examine things closely. 

Reliable and Risk-Aware - Prefer a reliable schedule that doesn’t change frequently with the least amount of risk. 

Private yet Connected - You value your privacy, yet you also enjoy being part of a larger community. 

25% of kiddos are beavers

Welcome to the Beaver’s introverted world of facts and details! 

Beavers, like you, feel more confident and secure when you understand the guidelines in your environment. You prefer a structured atmosphere with clear rules, which gives you a sense of stability and helps you succeed!
You're an exceptional leader because people can trust you to handle tasks and projects in an organized and systematic way. You have a knack for getting things done in a timely manner which inspires others to be organized and efficient in their own tasks and projects too!



You are an excellent example of dedication and hard work! Your commitment to thoroughness shows that you're invested in succeeding. Keep up the great job - your impressive standards will take you far!
You always strive to do the right thing, and your commitment to integrity is something that others can look up to and learn from! Being seen as a kind and responsible individual is something that matters deeply to you.





  • You tend to gain energy by being in your head, with your own thoughts, ideas, dreams, and visions.

  • You prefer quiet rather than loud.  

  • Beavers, like you, tend to talk less and more slowly unless you're talking about a topic you're passionate about, in which case you may have a lot to say.  

  • You tend to focus on the present moment and don’t miss a beat when it comes to the details around you. 

  • You tend to prefer hands-on learning experiences rather than on what you read.

  • You understand and interpret things using precise step-by-step directions, literal words, stories, facts, and examples instead of vague ideas or metaphors. 

  • You thrive with plans, lists, and schedules. Creating chore lists, to-do lists, and a plan of the day/week helps you thrive within your world. 

  • You prefer to know what is expected and for tasks to be clearly defined. 

  • Beavers, like you, desire closure, whether it is finishing a project before starting a new one or closure to a conflict between others. Closure enables you to mentally move on from one thing to the next thing. 

  • You appreciate predictability, and last-minute changes tend to frazzle you. 

  • You prefer to get your work done before playing, and typically manage your time well. 

A LOOK Inside the beaver's Brain




Structure is how you like to keep your surroundings.
 Beavers gather information about the world by paying attention to the details.
Introversion means that you prefer to focus on things inside of your self. 
Did you know you're becoming more self-aware? Self-Awareness is understanding your personality, thoughts, beliefs, motivations and feelings. Below are a few of the ingredients that make up your personality!

A LOOK at the beaver's...



  • Detail-oriented: You have an amazing eye for details. You notice even the smallest things and understand your surroundings deeply. Your sharp observation skills are valuable and help you remember important information.

  • Diligent hard worker: You're just like beavers with your strong work ethic. When you set a goal, you give it your all and don't give up easily. Your determination and effort make you a true achiever.

  • Rule follower: You have a natural talent for following rules and taking direction well. You understand the importance of guidelines and strive to follow them. Your respect for rules helps create order and stability in your world.
  • Learn flexibility - When things change, it can feel uncomfortable; it's important to remember that change is a normal part of life. Things rarely stay the same! Learning to be flexible can help you build resilience when things don't go as planned. Instead of resisting change, try looking for the good in it!

  • Learn self-compassion - As a Beaver, you tend to be hard on yourself when you make a mistake. But you can learn a lot from your mistakes! Being kind to yourself when you make a mistake will help you grow. If you can accept that failure is a part of life, you can become more creative and learn from your mistakes. 

Learn more about supporting your kid's growth and development 

A strength is a task or action that you can do easily without too much effort.

A stretch is a task or action that requires you to step outside your normal comfort zone, routine, or habits requiring you to put in more effort than usual to see the results you want.

Hey Parents & Teachers!

They are incredibly hard workers! The world’s largest beaver dam stretches half a mile and is located in Alberta, Canada. It can be seen from space!

Beavers are organized and methodical in the way they live. They build their lodges to have two dens, one for drying off and the other for living. 

They are a keystone species in maintaining their habitat. Many insects and birds rely on the work that beavers do for survival.

(Real) beaver Facts!

For your parents to watch & learn about YOU!

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