Can your students break the code??? Code Breaker! #3 - Mission: Courage is a PBIS activity set that includes 41 pages and 10 different codes to break, all related to the Respectful and Responsible goal of Courage. This is a high-interest activity that can be done using the codes one at a time, as a mini-lesson, as a whole lesson, or as a supplement to your Character Education or Social Skills program. Great for students that struggle with traditional materials that introduce and teach the basic expectation of being courageous or brave in social settings. These can be used for all students that are in a General Education OR a Special Education setting.
Designed to be used with primary and elementary students (grades 2-6), this activity is appropriate to be used with individual students, small groups or whole classrooms. It is important that the activities be facilitated by a teacher so that the appropriate discussions and reflections can be made by the student(s).
Codes are also connected to follow-up questions, along with additional reflection pages that supplement and expand on the quote or phrase revealed by breaking the code.
* 1 Activity Guide
* 10 Coded Messages
* 15 Quick-Response Questions
* A Variety of Different Code Keys
* 7 In-Depth Reflection Pages (14 Questions)
* 10 Answer Key Pages
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