Product Number : 110161605
The Grades 3-5 resource guide, like all the other Safe & Caring Schools volumes, is structured to be student-centered. The 100+ activities create opportunities for students to ask questions, discuss their interests, and find out what motivates them to get along with others. The lessons help students improve their social skills and use them as they practice teambuilding, communication techniques, deal with friendship issues, and express their feelings in appropriate ways. The materials can be used in an individual classroom, across a grade level, or throughout the entire school.
Me and my safe and caring school-rules and our classroom community
Discovering our feelings-what can I do when I get angry
My support system-give and take, compassion, and friendships
Respect yourself and others-good manners, honesty, equality, and inclusion
Bullying-mean words hurt, kidding vs. teasing, and getting help
Teaming up for success-responsibility, leadership, and sharing
Conflict resolution-listening skills, attitude matters, and using a Stop, Think, Choose process
The power to choose-making positive and wise choices, consequences of choices, and being fair
Follow your dreams-heroes, perseverance, and mobilizing your dreams
Fun and engaging mental exercises that use cognitive skills Reproducible activities with step-by-step instructions Activities are rated as easy, moderate, or challenging May be used in conjunction with the Brain Booster...
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