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Kids Discover the Win-Win Way

Has this ever happened to you?

It’s recess time and two students want to play with the same ball. When the bell rings, another group of children argue over who is first in line. Meanwhile, out of the corner of your eye, you notice a little girl crying because she has just been called a name.

What’s a teacher to do? Turn to Kid Scoop!

Beginning the week of September 3, Kid Scoop will feature a three-week series on the subject of conflict resolution. Real-life situations and examples with solutions will help provide students with a variety of ways to respond when they find themselves in a conflict.

Give and Take

In order to receive respect, students must understand and be willing to give respect. Have your students look through the newspaper and clip pictures and stories of people giving and receiving respect. Write a letter to the editor telling how people could change their behavior to be more respectful.

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