It is important to "restore" relationships when "harm" has occurred. “Harm” to others, whether it is physical or verbal always needs to be repaired. Sometimes students do not have the words to use to go along with repairing harm. This resource was created to help give students some simple language to use to begin to repair their relationship with others after harm has occurred.
1 page of directions
2 sample completed verbal restitution forms
2 blank verbal restitution forms in letter format
2 blank verbal restitution forms in non-letter format
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