Meant to accompany a video "Appreciating Youself," this website provides teachers and students with prompts for class discussion, small-group work, and writing assignments on self-esteem and self-appreciation. Includes notes for parents as well has assignments to take home.
If you need help, don't be afraid to ask! This website, in addition to providing tips to help you ask peers and adults for help, include discussion questions and activities through which students discuss what it means to need and get help. Also, provides tips for pairing or grouping up students as "Helping buddies."
There are certain things you must do in order to be a good friend. Find a list of these things at this website as well as questions and activity ideas that will help you discuss friendship with classmates and family.
How can you be a responsible person? Discuss this question with friends, classmates, and your parents with the help of useful questions and writing prompt at this website. Includes "Educational goals" and tips on "How to be a responsible person."
This site is loaded with resources for developing and maintaining a character education program in your school, class or team. It includes information on service learning, ethics in the workplace and leading class discussions as well as other character education material.
Teamwork requires you to cooperate with other people. Learn how to be cooperative and work in group settings at home and at school. This website includes activity ideas through which young students can practice their teamwork skills with fun games and assignments.
Children learn ways of dealing with feelings after being disappointed through simple exercises and tips, as well as questions for discussion and writing prompts. Includes ideas for home assignments and notes for parents.
Through the exercises presented at this website, students with "Learn that other kids experience the same kids of emotions as they do," "That it's important to understand what we're feeling," and "That we can often benefit by discussing our feelings."
Be aware of the pressures around you, learn how to resist peer pressure, and keep a "pressure journal" to record and think about the ways in which you are faced with peer pressure every day.
What is diligence? What does it mean to be a diligent person? Discuss these questions through the questions, writing prompts, and activity ideas provided at this website.
Choose to do the right thing when faced with tough decisions. This website helpd you use good judgment by providing simple questions and example situations. Includes ideas for writing and activities as well as notes for parents.
Learn whether you are a fair person with a self-evaluation quiz, then discuss fairness and justice with others using questions, activity ideas, and essay prompts.
Do you know what it takes to be a good friend? Talk about this with your friends and classmates with the help of the several questions and detailed notes provided at this website.
Know that it is normal to experience different emotions and learn positive ways to deal with your emotions. This website, which is meant to accompany a video on emotions and good character, provides questions for discussion, activity ideas, and writing prompts through which students can discuss emotions with friends, peers, and family members.
What is honesty? How can you be an honest person? Find the answers to these questions as well as discussion questions, essay prompts, a self-evaluation quiz, and activity ideas.
Show others that you are a good listener by looking at him or her, listening and not interrupting, asking questions, nodding to show you understand, and repeating what you heard. This website will not only help you become a better listener through fun activity ideas and writing prompts.
Children need to learn early to respect other people's difference and not to be prejudiced. Through the discussion questions, writing prompts, and activity ideas presented at this website, students learn "What's wrong with being prejudiced," "How to avoid being prejudiced," and "The benefits of being open to different kinds of people."
Learn how conflicts arise, how to prevent conflicts, and how emotions and attitudes affect conflicts. Also, learn how to speak out against violence with the help of the discussion questions, activity ideas, and writing prompts provided at this website.
Learn about what it takes to be a respectful person through a self-evaluation, writing prompts, activity ideas, and discussion questions.
How can you treat others with respect, particularly those who are different from you? Discuss this question with the help of writing prompts, activity ideas, and more.