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Wrinkled Hearts: Bully Prevention Lesson

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“It’s hard to fix a wrinkled heart.” Even just this display will give students (and adults, parents, coaches, teachers) plenty to think about. For the entire lesson plan from Squarehead Teachers, read the full post below.

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Citizenship is crucial to the success of our society. But it’s not part of any standardized test, so sometimes it’s easy to skip over it. I absolutely loved this lesson plan by Character Education Partnership. This lesson, called “Wrinkle on my Heart,” teaches about empathy, taking responsibility for mistakes when they happen and learning from them, and thinking before you speak/act. It’s very simple, but effective, especially when the teacher posts the wrinkled heart somewhere in the classroom as a reminder. Check it out:

Wrinkle on My Heart

Salt Brook Elementary School

Overview

Engage students in a discussion of the power of their words.

Lesson Objectives

Students will learn about empathy.
Students will learn to take responsibility for their mistakes when they happen and to learn from them.
Students will learn to think before they speak and act.

Materials Needed

Red construction paper heart
Black marker

Procedures

Sit with the children…

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  1. Pingback: 3 Ways to Stop Bullying: Participate, Share, Prevent | College Ready

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