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Thumball - Empathy

Players respond to prompts on this ball around the topic of empathy. They are encouraged to discuss how to stand in someone else's shoes show good listening and make skilful statements to others as they experience any of several emotions. The Thumball offers a fun way for students to discuss the topic of empathy which affects them personally socially and academically. Empathy training should be a fundamental part of any anti-bullying program. When students learn to better understand and appreciate the feelings and perspectives of others they become less likely to be bullies and more willing to reach out to any of their peers who might be bully victims.

Under your thumb examples:

  • If someone is angry, I would…..
  • A time you felt lonely…..
  • A time you felt proud….
  • If someone is sad, I would…..
  • One caring thing you can do….

Throw it.     Catch it.      Respond to the panel under your thumb

Thumball - Empathy

Author: Youthlight

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