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Here is a free preview from our new S.O.S. Service Project Booklet. Use this fun project to help students learn about serving others during this holiday season. Whether you use it in the classroom, with a service organization, or at home, the lesson is easily adaptable to all children.
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Integrity Time S.O.S. Service Project Booklet
Here’s a FREE lesson that will help children talk openly and honestly about bullying, and teach them how to live with Integrity!
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Here’s a free lesson that will help children avoid fighting when a bully confronts them, and teach them how to respond with Integrity!
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The lesson begins by directing the children in playing Thumb Wars. This leads into a discussion of the kind of fighting that is not fun. Fighting is very harmful and unproductive. Some people fight because they are frustrated, angry, or sad about life situations. They don’t know what to do with those emotions, so they take it out on others. This is a negative and unproductive way of dealing with frustration, anger, or sadness.
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Be prepared to ask more questions to promote discussion about bullying. Older children may prefer playing the game according to the rules of musical chairs. Suggested songs … Read More »
Here’s a free lesson that will help children identify bullying, and teach them how to respond with Integrity!
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The lesson begins by saying, “Today we are going to talk about bullying. Bullying is a word that most of us have heard. Often at school, at home, or even in the news we hear of the negative effects of bullying. But do you know what the word means? A bully is someone who is aggressive and mean toward others so that they can feel powerful. There are many types of bullying such as pushing, shoving, teasing, threatening, and name-calling. In recent years another type of bullying has occurred more often. This type is called Cyber-bullying. Cyber-bullying means to be mean and threatening through technology such as emails, text messages, Facebook, or Twitter. … Read More »
by Dr. William H. Dodson
I was Superintendent of the Pearl Public Schools in Pearl, Mississippi, when the first major school shooting occurred in America on October 1, 1997, in my home district. At that time a 16-year-old student named Luke Woodham killed two of his classmates and injured seven others as they tried to flee from his shooting frenzy. Although my Transportation Director gave me a full account of what had occurred as we drove from the Central Office to the school after the tragedy, it was not enough to prepare me for what I was about to see.
That tragedy has both shaped and overshadowed my professional career and has consumed portions of my personal life. I have analyzed the circumstances and conditions that turned a high-school sophomore into a murderer. I have investigated the lives, past and present, of … Read More »