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People In My Circle

People ‘in my circle’ I know very well and see all the time, like my family. People ‘out of my circle’ I do not see as much or know as well, like people in the community.


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Earth Day

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Keeping an Open Mind Sorting

An Open Mind says yes to new ideas or changes. This helps us try new things. The opposite of an Open Mind is a Closed Mind. A Closed Mind won’t allow for new experiences or changes


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What to do do if Someone is Bugging Me

problem solving conflict resolutions


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Conversation Stoplight

The Conversation Stoplight teaches us when it’s our turn to talk. When someone finishes talking or pauses, you have a green light. During someone else’s turn, you have a red light.


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Uncomfortable Comments – Think It or Say It?

Some comments make people feel uncomfortable. Even if we have a crush on someone we should keep comments about their bodies or looks in our heads. Ask yourself- Think it or Say it?


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How to Disagree with a Friend

We all have different opinions, so it’s okay to have disagreements with our friends. When this happens, remember to show your friends respect and try disagreeing indirectly.


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Empathy Essentials

We use the Empathy Essentials to show our friends that we care. First, figure out how your friend is feeling. Then, do an action to show them you understand how they’re feeling.


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What is Bullying?

A bully hurts other people on purpose over and over again. A bully can make you feel unsafe or scared. Sometimes people are mean or can hurt us and not know it. Sort each action.


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Behavior Reflection /Kindness

Social skills activities


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How to Respect Others’ Opinions

It’s important respect others’ opinions, even if they are different than yours. It’s okay to disagree with others, but we should still always be kind and show them respect.


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Asking Friends to Hang Out

Making plans with new friends is an easy way to build stronger friendships. Feeling comfortable asking a friend to hang out will make it easier next time you try.


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Communication Skills: The Good and The Bad

Tips and suggestions on how to communicate with others and with yourself.


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Taking a Break to Calm Down

When we feel upset, we can take breaks to help us calm down. Knowing when our bodies need to take breaks is important. Sort the clues below into “I Need a Break” or “I Feel Calm”.


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Communication Skills: The Good and The Bad

Tips and suggestions on how to communicate with others and with yourself.


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