READY-TO-USE SOCIAL SKILLS LESSONS AND ACTIVITIES
GRADES 4–6 (280 pages)
Edited by Ruth Weltmann Begun. Rhoda and Dorothy both want to eat the last cookie. Can you think of three alternative solutions and explain why one is the best? Lessons to build self-control, self-esteem, responsibility, respect for the rights of others, and to settle conflicts through communication are collected in two age-specific books. Each lesson follows an eight-step structured learning format for acquiring and practicing specific skills. More than 60 lessons in each resource include nearly 100 reproducible handouts, discussion questions, modeling and role playing, continuation activities, and children’s literature recommendations. Illustrated. Spiralbound. 8″ x 11″. Society for Prevention of Violence/C.A.R.E. ©1995, 1996.
This title is part of the series: READY-TO-USE SOCIAL SKILLS LESSONS AND ACTIVITIES