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Positive Peers Pack

$439.95 inc GST $399.95 ex GST

The school playground can be a minefield of diverse relationship dynamics for students to navigate through. Peer issues can include: name calling, exclusion, isolation, teasing, gossiping, bragging, and perfectionism. To assist students’ social skills and citizenship and promote ethos of responsibility, self-confidence, problem-solving and kindness to others we have created the Positive Peers Pack. This exceptional pack includes acclaimed author Trudy Ludwig’s insightful books, which are invaluable tools for any student’s social-emotional learning/character education/bullying prevention curricula.

The Positive Peers Pack includes:

The Invisible Boy – Brian has always felt invisible at school, but when a new student, Justin, arrives, everything changes.
My Secret Bully – When Monica’s friend Katie begins to call her names in front of other kids at school, she feels betrayed and isolated.
Confessions of a Former Bully – After Katie gets caught teasing a schoolmate, she’s told to meet with Mrs. Petrowski, the school counsellor, so she can make right her wrong and learn to be a better friend.
Just Kidding – Takes a rare look at emotional bullying among boys in this storybook that depicts the use of relationships to manipulate and hurt others.
Trouble Talk – Acquaints readers with the damaging consequences of talking to others about someone else’s troubles in order to establish connection and gain attention.
Better Than You – Jake’s bragging is really starting to get to his neighbour Tyler. Tyler can’t show Jake a basketball move, a school assignment, or a new toy without Jake saying he can do better.
Sorry! – Jack’s friend Sam seems to know how to get away with just about anything. Adults always back down when you say you’re sorry, but does an apology count if you don’t really mean it?
Too Perfect – Maisie thinks Kayla is perfect, but is she happy?
Gifts from the Enemy – Teaches children in age-appropriate language about the dangers of hatred, prejudice, and stereotyping and that there are good and bad in every group of people.
Quiet Please, Owen McPhee! – Owen McPhee doesn’t just like to talk, he LOVES to talk. He spends every waking minute chattering away at his teachers, his classmates, his parents, his dog, and even himself. But all that talking can get in the way of listening.
Peer Support in the Primary Playground – A practical and easy resource for implementing peer support strategies in a variety of settings. Designed to support staff in training their pupils to support their peers during playground problems using conflict resolution and problem-solving approaches.
Journey to Friendsville – A fun and inventive board game to help children improve their social skills.

Ages: Primary School

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SKU: 110319 - 123 Categories: , , Ages: 6-12 Language: English

Product overview

The school playground can be a minefield of diverse relationship dynamics for students to navigate through. Peer issues can include: name calling, exclusion, isolation, teasing, gossiping, bragging, and perfectionism. To assist students’ social skills and citizenship and promote ethos of responsibility, self-confidence, problem-solving and kindness to others we have created the Positive Peers Pack. This exceptional pack includes acclaimed author Trudy Ludwig’s insightful books, which are invaluable tools for any student’s social-emotional learning/character education/bullying prevention curricula.

The Positive Peers Pack includes:

The Invisible Boy – Brian has always felt invisible at school, but when a new student, Justin, arrives, everything changes.
My Secret Bully – When Monica’s friend Katie begins to call her names in front of other kids at school, she feels betrayed and isolated.
Confessions of a Former Bully – After Katie gets caught teasing a schoolmate, she’s told to meet with Mrs. Petrowski, the school counsellor, so she can make right her wrong and learn to be a better friend.
Just Kidding – Takes a rare look at emotional bullying among boys in this storybook that depicts the use of relationships to manipulate and hurt others.
Trouble Talk – Acquaints readers with the damaging consequences of talking to others about someone else’s troubles in order to establish connection and gain attention.
Better Than You – Jake’s bragging is really starting to get to his neighbour Tyler. Tyler can’t show Jake a basketball move, a school assignment, or a new toy without Jake saying he can do better.
Sorry! – Jack’s friend Sam seems to know how to get away with just about anything. Adults always back down when you say you’re sorry, but does an apology count if you don’t really mean it?
Too Perfect – Maisie thinks Kayla is perfect, but is she happy?
Gifts from the Enemy – Teaches children in age-appropriate language about the dangers of hatred, prejudice, and stereotyping and that there are good and bad in every group of people.
Quiet Please, Owen McPhee! – Owen McPhee doesn’t just like to talk, he LOVES to talk. He spends every waking minute chattering away at his teachers, his classmates, his parents, his dog, and even himself. But all that talking can get in the way of listening.
Peer Support in the Primary Playground – A practical and easy resource for implementing peer support strategies in a variety of settings. Designed to support staff in training their pupils to support their peers during playground problems using conflict resolution and problem-solving approaches.
Journey to Friendsville – A fun and inventive board game to help children improve their social skills.

Ages: Primary School