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Uses an advice-column format to define respect for others, respect for property, and respect for oneself, and demonstrates how respect is used in daily situations.
Author Julia Cook reads the story of RJ, whose least favorite word is No. RJ argues with his mom, dad, and teacher until he decides to try to join his classroom's Say YES to NO Club. Once he learns to accept No for an answer and disagree the right way, RJ finds that lots of praise and some rewards come his way.
This book and CD is another title in the BEST ME I Can Be series that keeps kids laughing as they learn social skills. The CD includes two tracks, one featuring text only while the second has cues on when to turn the page for youngsters just learning to read.
Let's Talk Relationships offers a multitude of creative ways to get young people aged 13-19 talking about positive relationships, helping them to stay safe, healthy and happy. Ideal for groups or one-to-one work, this resource features over 90 tried and tested activities. Focusing on peer friendships, personal relationships and family dynamics, issues covered include peer pressure, relationship bullying, decision-making, managing conflict at home and family values. Activities come complete with photocopiable worksheets and include ideas for storyboard work, games, role-play and quizzes, as well as suggestions for creative projects including drama, music and art activities. They are designed to build assertiveness skills, encourage young people to make positive choices and help them to talk about their feelings. This second edition is fully updated and contains over ten new activities in each of the five sections. This is an invaluable resource for all those working with young people, including youth workers, teachers and voluntary sector youth leaders, helping them to make sessions valuable, educational and enjoyable.
Build Character in Your KidsKindness, courtesy, respect and purpose: Through positive and motivating text, Making a Difference assures children that they are important, and that what they do matters. Boost your child's confidence and sense of purpose as you read and affirm that their hopeful thoughts, kind words and good choices can make a difference to themselves and others. Making a Difference is a book that can help build social skills and character, teach life lessons to your children, and put them on a pathway to kindness, courtesy, respect, and purpose. Make the world a better place: Beautiful hand-drawn illustrations accompany Cheri's purposeful storytelling as she shows us once again how children can help to make the world a better place. Back pages include discussion questions, scenarios, games and role-play activities that help adults reinforce the book's positive message.
Spot On is spot on! The most popular course in South Africa, Spot On has everything a learner needs in one book. Spot On improves results, makes learning enjoyable, makes teaching a pleasure and is easy to use. The Spot On Teacherís Guide comes with printable planning material, Formal Assessment Tasks, revision tests and exams.
What are friends and why do we need them? How do we talk to our friends and how do we listen to what they have to say? What is peer pressure and how do we deal with it? Many children identify friendships as being a vital part of achieving emotional well-being, but some children experience difficulties both initiating and maintaining friendships. This fun and accessible programme contains detailed instructions and photocopiable handouts for teaching children about friendship. The book combines group activities, individual work, homework exercises and games, and will be especially useful for groups containing children with developmental and social difficulties, such as ADHD or autism. Developed in an inclusive classroom, this programme will arm children with useful strategies to deal with difficult situations such as negative peer pressure and conflict. What is Friendship? is ideally suited for use with children aged 7-11, but can be adapted for younger children or older children with developmental difficulties. It includes all the resources required to facilitate the programme and can be delivered by any professional involved in the education or care of children.
Edexcel's own resources for the new GCSE 2009 specification. Developed to complement the brand-new specification, this Student Book for Edexcel GCSE Psychology features an ongoing, continuous focus on assessment. Written by a team of experienced examiners and subject experts, including Christine Brain, Julia Russell and Karren Smith, it features an engaging design and layout that will appeal to students of all abilities. A range of activities throughout allow students to work and progress at a pace entirely individual to them. Examzone sections at the end of each unit include examiner hints, graded mock-exam answers, and dedicated revision sections.
Through the group games, role plays and discussions in this book young children suffering from low self-esteem will learn how they can create a calmer and more positive school environment. The book is designed for the needs of Key Stage 1 children.
Sometimes being who you are can be a hard thing to do. Learn about people from across the LGBTQIA+ community who celebrate who they are and never stop fighting for what they believe in. No matter who you are, inside or out, this book is here to teach you that you can be proud of who you are.
Written by the former chairman of Tiffany's, this is a simplified, illustrated guide to basic table manners for anyone--teenaged or not--who'd like to dine correctly. More than a handbook on which fork to use, this small volume explains how to be graceful and sociable when dining out and at home.††
As children approach adolescence, their social and emotional needs change, and "101 More Life Skills Games for Children" contains activities appropriate for these more challenging years that cover movement, concentration, relaxation, combat, cooperation, integration, and more. Written in an accessible style and featuring black-and-white illustrations, this book is organized into three chapters: I-Games, You-Games, and We-Games, and helps preteens and teens address important issues such as the importance of patience, self-confidence, love, and respect in a fun and relaxing way.
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