Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)

Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
Character Education Lesson-Using Kind Words (Stop Bullying)
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Character Education: The lesson highlights the power of words. It's perfect for the first week of school. The focus is on children taking personal responsibility for what they say, as well as thinking before speaking. By explicitly teaching students to be more conscious of what they say and how it effects other people’s feelings, we can create a more accepting and respectful school community. This Lesson is also great anytime of the year when you need to review the classroom expectations!
The bubbles are like our words. Once you say hurtful things, you can’t take them back. Saying “sorry” or “I was just kidding,” doesn’t take the sting of those words away. Long after you have forgotten what you’ve said, the person you talked mean to will remember it. You can’t take it back, just like you can’t put the bubbles back in the jar. You will be amazed with the impact this lesson has!

You can start and end your year by creating a respectful classroom environment. Then end by giving your students a gift that will last a lifetime!

Three Lesson Plans
Day 1 Read Aloud and Book Response
Day 2 The Bubble Lesson and Craftivity
Day 3 Read Aloud and Emotion Puppets

Book Response Papers
A Bubble Jar Craftivity
A Parent Letter explaining the bubble lesson in color and black and white
Bubble Labels for bubble jars available in 2 sizes. (optional if you give students their own jar of bubbles to take home-See Preview)
1. Circle labels that fit the top of 4fl. oz bubbles.
2. Rectangular labels for small Party Bubbles.
A Homemade Bubble Formula
Emotion “Puppets” (Black and White so the children can color them)
This is a lesson that stays with your students! It is a great way to make abstract concepts concrete.

Suggested books (NOT included)
Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes
Words Are Not for Hurting by Elizabeth Verdick
Mean Jean The Recess Queen by Alexis O'Neill
How Full is Your Bucket by Tom Rath
Stand Tall Molly Lou Melon by Patty Lovell
Timothy Goes to School by Rosemary Wells
Willy the Wimp by Anthony Brown
How to Lose All Your Friends by Nancy Carlson
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For More Character Development Lessons and Activities, click here: Character Education Lessons
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For more Back to School Activities, click here: Back to School Activities
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If you have any questions please email me at heyteacherloricall@gmail.com
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Teaching Duration
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