This popcorn-themed product is designed to help children resist and respond to pressure from peers. This product comes with the following materials:
1. What are some good/poor peer influences?: On each worksheet, the students can write good peer influences and poor peer influences. This can serve as great discussion and sharing of ideas and experiences.
2. A time when I felt peer pressure: On this worksheet, students can draw or write about a time when the felt peer pressure, what happened, and how they felt.
3. Poppin’ Pressure Statements: This handout provides examples of statements that students can used when faced with peer pressure.
4. Create your own poppin’ pressure statements: This worksheet can be used in two different ways: Students may cut out the popcorn container and popcorn and glue on a separate sheet or use as a worksheet. Inside the popcorn, students can create their own examples of poppin’ pressure statements.
5. Peer Pressure can happen in many different ways: This handout is great for small groups or a classroom lesson. It provides examples of what peer pressure may look like.
6. When faced with peer pressure: This is a great brainstorming worksheet for students faced with peer pressure and making the best choice.
7. Learn to P.O.P. Peer Pressure: This handout comes with an acronym on ways/steps to P.O.P. peer pressure. A filled color sheet and blank B&W handout is included for students to fill in!
8. How I popped peer pressure: This is a handout where students can create their own comic story in the squares. They can create a story about their own experience, or they can create one based on what they could do in a situation.
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