Peer pressure comes in all different forms. Sometimes it can be positive, but sometimes it can be negative. In this fun and interactive lesson, students learn the different types of peer pressure and which strategies they can use to deal with them. Student learn the consequences of both negative and positive peer pressure and act out various situations of peer pressure. Students also learn different tools and strategies for how to deal with peer pressure.
This activity pack includes:
*1 ASCA-aligned lesson plan
*1 EDITABLE PowerPoint defining peer pressure and strategies of how to deal with it
*6 Peer Pressure situation cards for students to create skits
*Choices and Consequences Worksheet
*Positive Peer Pressure vs. Negative Pressure T-Chart
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