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Think It or Say it in School

When talking to classmates in school, there are things we should keep in our head and “think” or things that are okay to say.


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Ways we Act in Different Places

Think about each place. We change the way we act based on where we are. Some places are okay to run and yell. Others we have to be quiet. Tell your behavior in each place.


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Levels of Friendships Definitions

There are many different people we know. Our relationship with each person is different. Some people we are very close to. Others we hardly know.


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Big or Small Problem Solving

Use these steps to solve each problem: identify the problem, tell if it’s big or small, think of three solutions, pick the best one.


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Worries I Can Control

This activity allows scholars to determine which worries they can control (effort, choices, etc.) and those that they cannot control (weather, others’ behavior, etc.).


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What I can say to Who?

Certain thoughts and feelings can be shared with people. You will have decide what you can say and who you can say it to.


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Public and Private

Public means out in the open for all to see. Private means things we keep to ourselves. There are some things we only talk about in private.


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Introducing Yourself

Use for modeling and role playing in social situations for introducing yourself.


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Identifying Emotions

Match each situation to an emotion you could feel if this were to happen to you. Tell about another time you felt this way.


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What Can You Do When…

How would you deal with this situation?


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Dealing with Frustrated Feelings

Once you are calm, it may be easier to deal with problems that are frustrating. Match each problem with the strategy YOU would use.


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Making people feel better

working on maintaining relationships, feelings, kindness, perspective taking, and empathy


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Think It or Say It

Write a T if you should think it. Write an S if you should say it.


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Big deal or little deal?

We can match the size of our reaction to the size of the problem.


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Understanding Sarcasm

Sarcasm is a form of humor used to communicate using words that mean the opposite of what you are saying. Facial expressions, body language and tone of voice show the true meaning


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Listening with Your Whole Body

We can show speakers that we are listening using more than just our ears. When you are talking to someone, how do you know that they are listening? What are they doing?


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Personal Space

Some people are comfortable with hugging, some are not. Most teachers prefer a high five. Hugs are for family or if you are going away for a long time. Always ask before you hug.


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Matching Object with Function

This worksheet involves matching objects used by children at school with its corresponding function.


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Friendship Boundaries

Friendship boundaries are guidelines and rules that will help you create healthy and lasting relationships with your peers.


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