©Disney’s FROZEN has taken the world by storm. Take advantage of the opportunity by using this Lapbook as a teaching tool. FROZEN is filled with life lessons and moral values that can be taught while children have fun working through and putting together this amazing hands-on Lapbook! Designed for grades K-8. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create! Print as many as you need for your own class.
These story-based lessons presented at an early age will help children develop life and decision-making skills that will serve them well throughout their lifetime. Children will cheer for Sammy Seed as he makes the critical decision not to give up and empathize with Rita Rabbit as she learns the value of making the critical decision to keep promises. Each story is a complete lesson that includes discussion questions and follow-up activities. Includes many relevant topics such as being kind, helping others, making good choices, being fair, thinking positively, following rules, setting goals, and much more!
By Anne A. Boyd and James R. Boyd. Challenge students to think critically about their own behavior and decide how to change it as they engage in 40 real-life scenarios such as "How Can I Get the Teacher Off My Back?," "Caught in the Act!" and "I Don't Do Drugs." Accompanying activities help kids discover their behavior options, learn to set behavior goals, and then develop strategies for reaching those goals. Taking the emphasis off "controlling" behavior, this book teaches students to understand how they are behaving, why they are behaving that way, and how they can change their behavior - and their lives.
After being teased for not being wild enough, Izzi tries a strange set of tires that seem to act upon her every whim. But soon enough the tires begin to take over and transform her into a huge, hairy, out-of-control monster car. Can Izzi take charge of her actions and emotions, or will her monstrous behavior leave her trapped forever?
Being good is easy when people are watching, but when Professor's new hot sauce turns Johnny invisible, he finds being naughty is so much more fun. When the effect wears off, however, his mischievous actions come back to haunt him. Johnny learns a revealing lesson about doing the right thing, even when no one can see you.
Cali and Izzi agree to help Professor in his new fairness experiment. Cali wants to be queen, and Izzi is made her servant. When the roles are reversed, Cali realizes that she should have treated Izzi with more fairness - now she is the one in the position to be treated unfairly.
How many children use bullying behaviors without realizing what they are doing? The answer is a lot! I Didn't Know I Was A Bully! focuses on many everyday behaviors that seem harmless and inconsequential, but are really bullying behaviors. This innovative program includes a clever story which can be reproduced and used with all levels of elementary-age children. The story is followed by six lessons which are applicable for grades 3-5. These lessons elaborate on the message presented in the story and focus on topics like choosing sides, exclusion, cyber bullying, and friendship fears. Each lesson has step-by-step presentation directions, additional stories, and supplementary activities.
The Bible uses great imagery to teach God's truths. Children and adults use familiar imagery to understand and remember these truths. Teach your children about the Fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23 using the fun fruit images in our Fruit of the Spirit Lapbook and Study Guide. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create! Print as many as you need for your own class.
Bullying, harassment, and justice! Band-Aid Chicken enters the barnyard excited to make new friends. She soon discovers that to be accepted she must endure a painful initiation. When a new chicken arrives, she refuses to participate in the ritual, proving it isn necessary to do what others want just to be accepted. This colorful storybook includes discussion questions, coloring pages, and activity suggestions.
This clever program combines stories, stick puppets, and numerous reproducible activities to help students learn positive life skills. Froggy learns lessons on: consideration, feelings, arguing and fighting, sharing, bossiness, and playing too roughly. By listening to the stories or watching the puppet shows, discussing the questions, and completing the activities, children observe socially-accepted behaviors and actions and learn the consequences of unacceptable behaviors. Each unit includes lesson presentation directions, an original story, a puppet show presentation, and discussion questions. Includes 50+ reproducible activity sheets.
Five clever reproducible short stories that give young children the opportunity to learn about important life-skills and personalize each page with answers to comprehension questions and coloring. Each child may take his/her completed book home to share with family members. The lessons taught are: Quinton's Bad Words (Using bad language); The Rainbow (The value of cooperation); Terry's Old Clothes (The importance of not judging people by outward appearances); Kind Kurt (Kindness pays when trying to make friends); and Using Kind Words (The importance of saying nice things to others). Includes supplementary activities which can be used with each lesson and ASCA standards met for each story.
Sippi is a lovable, fun-loving pup who learns about good character traits through a series of encounters with his friends. In the first story about kindness, Sippi is made fun of because of her name and her striped tongue. Five other stories also elaborate on the character traits of honesty, citizenship, courage, respect, and trustworthiness. As children read or listen to the rhyming stories, they will learn about: friendship, lying, tattling, bullying, and cheating. Each story is a complete lesson with discussion questions and follow-up activities. Additional activities, including 30 reproducible Sippi bingo cards, can be used throughout the course of the lessons.
If you don't want the name, don't play the game! A clever, imaginative story about a child named Willie who misbehaves in order to draw attention to himself. He acts weird, tattles, steals, lies, talks loudly, bullies, and dresses sloppily. But when the other students call Willie names that describe his behavior, he feels upset. Willie finally learns that being himself, and not playing the misbehavior game, is the best way to act. Includes discussions questions and reproducible activity sheets.
Twyla Tulip And Her Talking Toes is the story of a lonely girl. She was lonely because she had no friends. Then something happened to change her life. Her toes began talking! Biggy, Iggy, Ziggy, Twiggy, and Moish showed Twyla what she had to do to make friends. This clever, colorful story is fun to read and fun to hear. Its message is one that all students, lonely or not, will enjoy and understand. Includes discussion questions and reproducible activity pages.
When EJ accidentally wrecks the birdhouse of his scary neighbor Mr. Crankfender, he will have to work for him to pay for the damage. EJ scoffs at the idea of working more, but changes his mind after getting to know Mr. Crankfender. Eventually he learns the graciousness and good feeling of caring for others.
Howard helps his friend Joey understand that in order to overcome difficulties with attention, following instructions and finishing tasks he needs to ask for professional help. Tips and lessons are included. The ninth book in the award winning series. Teacher and counselor endorsed. For reviews and free, fun resources that support the book, visit www.wedolisten.org