Social Skills Activities | Anti-Bullying Language | Problem Solving Perspectives

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Discuss how unfriendly behaviors make people feel and the choices they have in these bullying situations: teasing, name-calling, physical differences, exclusion, and rumors. Build language and social skills while practicing perspective-taking for solving problems, explaining idioms and proverbs in context, or matching the idioms with their definitions - choose the skills you need to make individualizing easier.

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Activities include:

1. Complete the informal pre/post assessment worksheets for perspective-taking skills.

2. Discuss the Anti-Bullying Strategy Poster.

3. Play the ‘Walk a Mile in My Shoes’ board game.

4. Discuss/play using the 18 emotions cards.

5. Summarize the situation and identify the feelings on the 2 response sheets.

6. Discuss/play using the 18 problem-solving question cards.

7. Answer the 18 problem-solving question cards orally or using the 2 response sheets.

8. Complete 5 worksheets to summarize each of the kids’ situations using perspective-taking skills.

9. Discuss/play using the 18 proverbs cards.

10. Match the proverbs to the situations. (3 worksheets.)

11. Explain how the proverbs relate to the problem orally or using the 2 response sheets.

12. Discuss/play using the 18 idiom cards and their definitions.

13. Write sentences using the 18 idioms on the 2 response sheets.

14. Play with or match the 18 idiom cards with their definition cards.

15. Complete 3 worksheets to match the idioms with their definitions and then with the correct child’s situation.

16. Discuss and complete 9 worksheets to review all of the skills from each problem situation.

17. Use the guidelines and answers keys to guide your discussions with students.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.
Recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages, and proverbs.
Recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages, and proverbs.


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