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- Description:This 10 lesson bundle uses The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin book and movie to teach bully prevention topics such as empathy skills, recognizing, reporting, and refusing bullying behavior. This bundle is the perfect way to explore these topics in a fun and age appropriate way. It$5.40$6.99Save $1.59
This 5 lesson unit uses Spookley the Square Pumpkin movie to teach bully prevention topics such as empathy skills, recognizing, reporting, and refusing bullying behavior. This unit is the perfect way to explore these topics in a fun and age appropriate way. It is the perfect resource for classroom teachers, special educators, counselors, social workers, or psychologists to use with students in Kindergarten to 2nd Grade. This bully prevention unit is specifically adapted for children of all ability levels and can be used in its entirety or choose specific lessons based on area of focus.
Lesson 1- Differences Make Us Better
Component: Empathy Skills
Activity: Create Pumpkin Patch
Worksheet: My Friend Feels
Lesson 2- Bullying Bugs Us
Component: Empathy Skills, Recognizing Bullying
Vocabulary: Friend, Hurtful Behavior, Bullying Behavior
Activity: Bully Bugs
Worksheet: Is it Bullying?
Lesson 3- Safe People
Component: Reporting Bullying
Vocabulary: Safe, Helper
Worksheet: I Can Feel Safe at School
Lesson 4- Ignoring Minor Bullying Behaviors
Component: Refusing Bullying
Worksheet: I Can Ignore
Lesson 5- Standing Up to Bullying Behaviors
Component: Refusing Bullying
Vocabulary: Aggressive, Passive, Confident
Worksheet: Standing Up to Bullying Behavior
This resource uses the movie, Spookley the Square Pumpkin, to spark conversation and reinforce key concepts. You can either buy the movie or stream it for free from the website at www.pacer.org/bullying/classroom/elementary/spookley/. Each lesson is paired with a 5-10 minute segment that you watch then discuss that part in the lesson. From experience, most students have seen the movie so watching it a little at a time is not a big deal. However, you could also show the movie at once and then use the 5-10 minute segments to refresh their memory or just talk about it during the lessons. You will find this resource has many things you could do in part or in whole to teach the concepts.
- Empathy Skills
- Recognizing Bullying
- Reporting Bullying
- Refusing Bullying
- Student Objectives
- Alignment to CASEL Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Goals, Learning Standards, and Benchmarks.
- Key Vocabulary (with visuals to help teach)
- Fully Scripted with Discussion Questions and Checks for Understanding
- Hands-On Activity or Printable for Each Lesson
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- Handling Waiting
- Managing Disappointment
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Hi! I’m Hiedi, an experienced school psychologist who works with PreK-12th grade students who struggle with social emotional functioning in school settings. The students I create products for need to learn the social emotional skills needed to succeed in classroom. I work with wonderful teachers who want to find fun and creative ways to engage students in these skills. My resources are all tested and tried so you get the best quality possible. I strive on getting feedback from teachers about how the students like the resources and adapt them to the needs.
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