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Many children can relate to others stirring up drama or being overly dramatic themselves. In this story Drama Llama always stirred up trouble among her animal friends. She liked to spread rumours and gossip and start trouble between the other animals. Eventually the other animals catch on to who is starting all the rumours and they stop talking to the Drama Llama. She then becomes very sad and lonely until some of her former friends confront her about her behaviour. They let her know how she can become their friend again and Drama Llama learns that to gain friends you don't need to try to get their attention by sharing rumours or drama but by being genuine and kind.
The book includes discussion questions and reproducible activity pages.
(Paperback) Full Colour
Author: Susan Bowman
This game is designed to help girls learn and reinforce appropriate friendship skills and personal skills focusing on gender-specific examples. Instructions explain how the game can be played individually, with a group of 2-3 friends or with a group of 4-8 students. Each card colour represents a different question subject-area. Blue: Think About It Green: Character Traits Red: Friendship Skills Yellow: Making a Difference This fun card game can also be played as part of the Operation: Breaking the Girl Code small group guidance program. Also Available: Operation: Breaking the Boy... More info
The discouragement of the oppositional defiant youth is born out of years of experiencing disrespect and failure making poor choices and disregarding the rights and feelings of others. This book can be used to help these defiant young people to become more emotionally connected with school through the Native American lesson that all things are connected. We should strive to keep in a harmonious coexistence with everything in our natural environment. The interrelatedness of this philosophy can be used to help students reconnect to society to school and to... More info
*No refund on this item: Was: $19.80* *Reduced by 20% - Now $15.80* In the 2nd edition of this book Dakota friendly wolf teaches children lessons about life using experiences he had with other animals. After hearing Dakota tell about a challenging event in his life the leader stops the story before hearing Dakota's solution to the problem. During Paws Times children work together in small groups called Wolf Packs to brainstorm ideas listen to others and think of the best possible solutions to Dakota's challenge. After each Wolf Pack... More info