Topics:Anger Management | Bullying | Conflict Resolution
- Elementary School:
- Anger - "When Sophia Gets Angry-Really-Really Angry - Lesson plan;
- Anger Management Strategies - strategies to help students deal with anger
- Controlling Anger - These activities go along with a video that can be bought at the site, but they can also be used as a stand-alone activity. - K-5 grades
- Get Your Angries Out! - Color sheet with tips on how to control anger
- Helping Young Children Deal with Anger - article with suggestions and ideas.
- Monkey Has a Problem - Whole Class activity to learn anger management. Many activities to select and discuss. Click on the characters to see how they behave.- Primary grades
- Rules for Fighting Fair - Color sheet with tips on dealing with anger
- Time To Cool Down - Color sheet with tips on dealing with anger. Story to go along with handout. DinoPals - Time to Cool Down
- Middle/ High School:
- Anger - Q and A about anger and how to deal with it.
- Anger Management for Kids - Helpful suggestions and video to watch
- Anger Management for Teens - 12 Calm Down and Get a Grip Anger Management Tips for Teens
- Dealing with Anger - The Fire Inside - " When we get to know our anger –- what causes it, how we react to it –- and then learn how to manage it, it’s a chance to get to know ourselves a little better and improve our relationships with other people"
- What are the sources of Adolescent Anger? - article dealing with adolescent anger
- Managing Anger - lesson plan is designed to teach anger management and conflict resolution through the "I-Message" communication technique and other group activities. High School (use the Realplayer videos; they are separated into the categories of discussion.)
- Youth Violence Prevention - articles, fact sheets, and a report on a comprehensive review of violence on a global scale
Bullying & Cyberbullying:
- PACERs Bullying Prevention Center - Bullying resources for parents and kids/teens.
- StopBullying.Gov - For parents, children, and educators: Learn the warning signs, get resources on who to contact, and find out what you can do.
- Beware of Cyber Bullying - article from ISafe
- "Building A Classroom Community and Bully-Free Zone" - grades 3-7; teaching children skills to deal with bullies, as well as promoting positive social skills such as cooperation, communication, and conflict resolution.
- Bullies - Lesson unit; grades 2-5 from PBS. "These activities will immerse learners in situations that give them practice in resolving conflicts with a bully and help them to think critically about logical resolutions."
- Bullying and Teasing Resources - from Education World
- Cyberbullying Information Sheet -
- Cyberbullying - Tools for Adults to Help Kids Connect Safely ; bimonthly newsletter; "by the National Education Association Health Information Network (NEA HIN), the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, and Sprint. It is designed to give adults tools to connect with kids and help them stay safer online."
- Cyberbullying - Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use - guide "regarding effective strategies to assist young people in gaining the knowledge, skills, motivation, and self-control to use the Internet and other information technologies in a safe and responsible manner."
- Cyberbullying information for educators - From Stop CyberBullying
- Cyberbullying - Real Life Story Videos - " Interactive, educational safety resource from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) for children aged 5 to 17, parents, guardians, educators, and law enforcement that uses age-appropriate, 3-D activities to teach children how to stay safer on the Internet."
- Dealing with Bullies - Bullying is a big deal. Here are ways to deal with it.
- Dealing with Online Bullies - Lesson plan with worksheets included.
- Don't Suffer in Silence - "This web site is intended to show pupils, their families and teachers how to tackle a problem that has gone on for far too long." [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- How Can I Help My Child Deal With a Bully? - What can I do to help my child who is being bullied?
- How To Report Bullying - What is the difference between Tattling and Reporting Bullying?
- Netsmartz - an interactive, educational safety resource from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA)
- Puppet Skit: Dealing with a Bully - K-1 Introduction to Bullying
- The Recess Queen - grades K-2 Lesson Plan ; Bullying on the playground
- Stop Bullying Now - activities and ideas on changing environments that are conducive to bullying and promoting healthier behaviors for young people
- Tattling vs Telling - grade plan for grades 4-5
- You TattleTale!! - How to deal with tattling vs bullying
- 24 Gold Coins In A Day - Lesson Plan - grades 5-12
- Character Counts - The Six Pillars of Character
- To Cheat or Not To Cheat - online game; Choose your way through the day and find out what happens when you do or don't play by school rules!
- Class Rules (Responsible Personal Conduct) - Develop classroom rules so that we can operate in a democratic and efficient manner
- Complimentary Round Table - Lesson Plan grade K-9
- Making Ethical Decisions - The six pillars of character
- The Art of Compromise - One page PDF file giving samples of how to compromise
- Be strong, be mean, or give in? - Lesson plan; think flexibly in order to come up with the approach that fits the situation and develop skills to carry it out. grades 3-5
- Conflict Resolution - Resources to help students learn to deal with conflict
- Conflict Resolution Protocol for Elementary Classrooms - strategies to teach these social skills at the elementary level
- Practicing conflict resolution - Lesson plan grades 1-8
- Resolving Conflict - Lesson plan grades 6-8 Examine hurtful behaviors, Develop strategies for dealing with these behaviors, Work to create an environment in which students treat each other respectfully
- Solving Minor Problems - Lesson plan with worksheet; grades 2-5; four steps to solve minor problems with others.
- Talk It Out Together - Lesson plan grades K-2 - introduce the conflict solving skills to young students.
- What About Fighting? - Lesson plan grades 3-8 - understand negative and positive aspect in problem solving.
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