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Talking about others interests

We all like to talk about things we are interested in. Sometimes we need to talk with others about their interests. We may feel uncomfortable becasue we do not know about the topic

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Cooperative Play

When we play with a group we should think about everyone’s feelings. We all need to do what would be fun for the whole group.

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Joining a group

When we want to join a group, first we need to watch and listen to what they are doing. When we go to join in we need to remember to talk about or play what they are playing.

Joining a conversation

When we want to join a conversation that is already happening, we need to find the best time. Observe and think about the conversation topic. At the right time comment on the topic

Asking Others to Play

During free times we see others playing together. We may want to join in or play with someone special. We need to let them know we want to play with them and what we want to do.


Where are they?

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Good Idea Bad Idea

Students will decide if the action is a good idea or bad idea.

Asking Questions

When we work in a group or classroom we need to be able to communicate clearly. Sometimes we need to ask questions to better understand each other or to get along.

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What Others are Thinking about my Behavior

Our behaviors include how we act around others, what we say to people, how we answer questions or how we respond.

Opinion reasoning

When we have an opinion, we have to give other people our reasons for our opinion. These reasons come from our head and our own thoughts.

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Using Self Control at Home

Sometimes I’m frustrated when I get after school. I know that I need to think about how my body feels and use SELF-CONTROL. I will be RESPECTFUL to my Family.

Appropriate Words at School

Sometimes I blurt out words that are NOT ok to say ever! I need to STOP and THINK before I say inappropriate things in school. I will use my SOCIAL FILTER! I will avoid trouble.

What’s the Problem

Problem solving is something we do every day. Problems can either be big like someone getting hurt or a small like having a broken pencil. Sort the following problems.

Appropriate or Not?

Decide if the action is appropriate or not. If not, what would you say instead?

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Kenny’s Behaviors

We must have expected behaviors or our teachers and friends might have uncomfortable thoughts about us. When I have expected behaviors my teachers and friends have good thoughts.

Making Good Choices

Sometimes, we try to avoid our work or anything that’s hard. Instead try to solve the problem. Match each problem to how you could solve it.

Showing Respect

I can be respectful by looking at the person talking, responding in a friendly way, and making good choices to be safe. I can be polite and kind to both adults and my friends.

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