Victory Games: Teasing, Meanness, Conflict and Bullying
Welcome to Victory Games. Students will learn to identify the difference between teasing, meanness, conflict and bullying. Students will learn strategies to be "victorious" when confronted with uncomfortable words, actions and deeds. This packet includes 24 situation cards that can be used in both small group and large group counseling lessons. Includes a key for suggested answers. Students sort the situation cards using the sorting mat. They can start with the mat that includes the definition of teasing, meanness, conflict and bullying. As students learn the meaning of each term on the mat they can review by using the mat without the definitions. Also included is an activity sheet for students to fill out with strategies to handle each of the four problems and classroom posters. Pre and Post assessments and a data collection sheet has been included if you would like to collect data on student learning. The objective is to help students learn that not everything is bully behavior and there are ways to handle problems. The ASCA mindsets and behaviors for student success are included. This resource is similar to Reindeer Games but allows for use during non-holiday times.
Victory Games: Learning to Use I-Messages
Victory Games: Learning to Handle Teasing
Victory Games: Learning to Mediate Conflict
Victory Games: Standing Up Against Bullying