Help students learn to stand up to negative peer pressure with Willie Bohanon and Friends from the Urban Character Education series. These fun, interactive downloadable lessons incorporate hands-on activities and group games for students in grades 3 through 8.
The lesson plans were developed by using Biblio-Rhymology, a proactive, character-building "Artbased" curriculum that incorporates the flow of music, rhyme, rap, dance and skits, along with mnemonics and art, to better enhance learning skills and to help students understand the importance of setting boundaries and saying no when it counts! The creator of Biblio-Rhymology, Kip “Mr. J” Jones, is a guidance counselor at Alcoa Elementary School in Alcoa, Tennessee.
This is a Downloadable eBook with 20 Activities including word searches, board games, scavenger hunts, and discussion questions. Some of the activities include Friendship Bubble, in which students learn the value of what a true friend is while listing qualities that will help them in choosing the right people for their friendship bubble; B.E.A.S.T. Mode Bookmarks, in which students create a visual reminder of how to stay in B.E.A.S.T. Mode and resist peer pressure; and What Counts Most In Life?, in which students gain self-awareness skills by seeing what really counts in life when it comes to reaching your goals and setting yourself apart from others.
The Power of a Positive No storybook is recommended for these activities.
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