Grades K-4 Personal/Social
Help students build positive character traits.
Help students develop and take pride in their own personal style
Teach students to read social cues and guess intentions. Help students see what is positive about their classmates
Teach students how to identify, express and accept their feelings
teach students strategies to avoid meltdowns and build confidence in their ability to manage their anger safely
Empower students to resolve conflicts both in and out of school with skills they learn in these fun-filled activities
Explain to children when to talk to each other and when to call in a grown-up.
Help students understand what a bully is and how to stand up to bullies and deal with various forms of teasing.
Show children how to accept and respect differences in others. Teach children about differences in likes and dislikes, abilities, and culture.
Teach children stranger safety, how to identify and deal with different types of abuse and how to avoid unsafe situations.
|1.||Cultivating Kindness in School Ric Stuecker Activities That Promote Integrity, Respect, and Compassion in Elementary and Middle School Students|
|2.||The Children in Change curriculum was developed for a program designed to reduce the stress associated with separation, divorce or other family changes resulting from death, incarceration or drug treatment. The preventive, educational program is provided in the student's own school through eight weekly one-hour small group meetings.|
|3.||Groups To Go/Grades K-3 by Arden Martenz|
a compilation of fourteen small groups divided into the three most desired topics for early elementary students—academic improvement, behavior, and understanding self and others.
|4.||Groups To Go Grades 3-5 by Arden Martenz|
18 Ready-To-Use Small-Group Counseling Groups
|5.||Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility A national leader in fostering social and emotional learning|
|6.||Waterloo Imagine is a framework to assist elementary schools develop and put into action a plan to create a school climate and culture to reduce bullying. It includes the latest research regarding bullying prevention and examplesfrom the lessons learned from the 3 year pilot project “Good Kid Sid”.|
|7.||Leaving Kids Home Alone Be Safe and Sound in School (B3S) is an initiative of the National Crime Prevention Council conducted in collaboration with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice.|
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