Bullying

Building Foundations Word or Picture wall

January 18, 2019
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Building Foundations Word or Picture wall. This is an #ELSAFREEFRIDAY Resource. This is a very versatile resource that can be used for many different topics. I have given an example of one for friendship but consider trying: happiness relaxation coping skills self-esteem respect my emotions bullying good behaviour anger anxiety jealousy fear worries manners grief […]

Problem solving

September 21, 2018
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Problem solving This ‘problem solving ‘ sheet was devised through a ‘real problem’ in the ELSA group. This is what I came up with. Hope you find it helpful. This resource is for #elsafreefriday Download: Problem solving For more resources you will LOVE!

34 ways to use cut out people

June 21, 2018
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34 ways to use cut out people Last year members of the ELSA Group helped me put together a list of ideas for using those little cut out people. I did write a blog post but thought that it might be nice if I made some cut out people and put all the ideas into […]

Cut out People

August 15, 2017
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Cut out People I love these little people and they are so versatile. I asked the members of the ELSA Group to come up with ideas on how to use them with children. Here are their suggestions and some of mine too. Decorate them with different facial expressions. A fantastic prompt for discussing feelings. Use […]

Message to a Bully

November 16, 2016
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A little poem I just wrote focusing on verbal bullying. Download: message-to-a-bully  

Is it Bullying?

April 20, 2016
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Download in PDF format Is it Bullying   If you would like some resources to go with this poster then check out this resource. Is it Bullying?

Drop a pebble in the water

January 19, 2016
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I found this on the internet and it appears to be free of copyright so I have illustrated it for you and put into a PDF. This is a fantastic poem to illustrate how rumours can spread and alternatively kindness can spread too. If working on this poem I would have a big bowl of […]

Asking questions without blame

September 1, 2014
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I came across some questions on pinterest about asking questions of children. So often when we ask children questions we do it in a way that appears accusing. You can guarantee when you do this the child will lie to you. If you ask in a different way you may get the answers you require. […]

Physical hurt, hurt feelings

July 14, 2013
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To explore physical or hurt feelings use the scenario cards available to download below.  I used 2 photographs which I got off google images (I can’t put them on this site due to copyright) but it is easy to find images of children who are sad or children who have perhaps hurt/scraped their knee. I print […]