A staggering amount of children are afraid to attend school in fear of being bullied. If Your Bothered and You Know It teaches students confidence building strategies to help them stand up for themselves and not tolerate bothersome behaviours that are repetitive and may turn into bullying behaviours. Students are taught 5 ways to stop the bullying before it happens. These strategies are incorporated into a song called If You're Bothered and You Know it which is based on the popular tune If You're Happy and You Know It Clap Your Hands. This book is easy to read and easy for the students to relate to and has follow up activities that correspond with five short stories. Tommy the main character in this book is an average looking kid because sometimes students are bothered because they look average.
Students will enjoy the full colour beautifully illustrated stories and will learn specific ways to handle bothersome behaviours.
Author: Tricia Murin M.Ed., L.P.C.
*No refund on this item: Was: $31.15* *Reduced by 20% - Now $25.20* This unique book contains a heart-warming sensitive colourfully-illustrated story for children about death grief loss and joyful memories. The basic story traces little Dave's experiences following the death of his grandfather. As he learns about the birth of a beautiful butterfly Dave gains a new understanding about death and loss that is free from fear and worry. Discussion questions are included for each page of this story to encourage children to interact with you about their perceptions... More info
Julia is not happy with her looks. Her friend Abena the rabbit is thin and does great in ballet. Julia thinks she would be better off if she was thin and small like her friend. She sits in front of her wishing mirror one night and wishes so hard that she could look more like her friend. That night the wishing fairy does his magic and Julia morphs! The next day she looks very different and is excited to show everyone her new look. But she soon... More info
WINNER OF THE MOM'S CHOICE AWARD! 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... More info