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These skills can help kids protect themselves from most bullying, abuse, kidnapping, and other violence – and prepare them to develop positive peer relationships that can enrich their lives.
- Awareness, Calm, and Respectful Confidence
- Using Our Positive Power To Make Safe Choices
- Checking and Thinking First
- Moving Out Of Reach
- Making a Safety Plan and Getting Help
- Setting Boundaries
- Positive Peer Relationships to Prevent Bullying
- Difference Between Acting Passive, Aggressive and Assertive
- Safety Signs for 12 ‘Positive Power” Skills
- Getting Help and The Difference Between Tattling and Telling
- Shunning and Leaving People Out
- Unkind Teasing, Mean Jokes, and Insults
- Hurtful Gossip and Cyber-Bullying
- Bullying by Scaring or Hurting Someone
- Working Out Problems To Be Safer and Have More Fun
Kathy Rideout, Director of Montessori School of Santa Cruz County, which has been using the Kidpower program for over 20 years, says,“We are excited to have these new resources for helping our teachers and other staff integrate teaching Kidpower safety strategies and skills into their daily activities. The Positive Peer lessons are especially important in creating a common language with our students to help prevent bullying.”
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