dishonest family

Dishonest Family This page in the book of one student helped her recognize that Dishonesty can take many forms and they are all related.

asssertive vs. being taken care of

Assertive vs. Being Taken Advantage Of I made these cards for a young girl who was being taken advantage of by a classmate. Whenever the classmate threatened her, she'd give in. We needed to teach her how to be assertive and not give in to such demands. As she became assertive, her classmate realized that she was no longer going to be an easy target.

self insulting vs. self praising

Self Insulting vs. Self-Praising This child was constantly putting himself down, often in front of classmates. It was hard for his peers to think positively of him especially if he criticized himself. He needed to learn to be self-praising and to project a positive image of himself. The more he respected himself, the more his classmates started enjoying his company.

answering immediately vs. ignoring

Answering Immediately vs. Ignoring This chart shows children the difference between Green-answering immediately and Red-ignoring.

passive, assertive, aggressive

Passive, Assertive, Aggressive I use this chart often to show children that there are 3 styles they can use to relate to other children. Oftentimes, both Passive and Aggressive styles will not yield very positive results; on the contrary, it can create further problems. Assertive is the way to go!

voice chart

Voice Chart Children can learn to modulate their voice as well as when to use which voice.