Friendship
Anger Management
Identifying and Expressing Feelings
Bullying
Self-Control/Problem Solving
100

Name a characteristic of a good friend

Caring, good listener, patient, friendly, makes you laugh, things in common

100

Name an anger management technique

Deep breathing, count to 10, squeeze a stress ball, go for a walk/exercise, take a time-out, talk to a friend

100

Name a common emotion that you experience

Sadness, happiness, fear, anger, love

100

What can you do if you're being bullied?

Tell a teacher, parent or trusted adult

Ignore the bully and walk away - don't engage

Avoid areas around the neighborhood or school where bullying can happen

Be assertive and tell them to stop

100

What is the best way to handle a problem?

Stop, Think, Do

200

How can you be a good friend to someone?

Be honest, be a good listener, be respectful, be funny, be kind
200

Name something that happens in your body when you feel angry

Cheeks turn red, sweating, clench fists, fast heartbeat, tightness in chest, tense muscles

200

Name a common emotion that you experience

Sadness, happiness, fear, anger, love

200

Name the different types of bullying

Verbal, physical, cyber

200

Name a self-control strategy

Take a deep breath, walk away, use a coping skill such as listening to music, going for a walk, reading a book, ask a parent for help

300

Name a characteristic of a good friend

Caring, good listener, patient, friendly, makes you laugh, things in common

300

Name an anger management technique

Deep breathing, count to 10, squeeze a stress ball, go for a walk/exercise, take a time-out, talk to a friend

300

What is the best way to express your feelings to someone?

Using an I statement:  I feel ______ when you ______.

300

Tell me about the Bully Beans story you listened to and what happened in the story

300

What is an example of a consequence?

Not doing your homework and getting in trouble with you teacher, talking back to parents and getting something taken away, acting out in class and getting detention

400

How can you be a good friend to someone?

Be honest, be a good listener, be respectful, be funny, be kind

400

Name something that happens in your body when you feel angry

Cheeks get flushed, clench fists, fast heartbeat, tightness in chest, tense muscles

400

Give an example of an I statement

I feel "__________" when "___________"

400

Who can you ask for help if you're being bullied?

A teacher, a school counselor, a parent, a friend

400

Name a self-control strategy

Take a deep breath, walk away, use a coping skill such as listening to music, going for a walk, reading a book, ask a parent for help

500

How can you be a good friend to someone?

Be honest, be a good listener, be respectful, be funny, be kind

500

Name an anger trigger

A school subject, a person you do not like, being hungry or thirsty, specific noises or locations that are frustrating, not getting something you want

500

Give an example of an I Statement

I feel "__________" when "___________"

500

What can you do if you're being bullied?

Be assertive and tell them to stop

Tell a teacher, parent or trusted adult

Ignore the bully and walk away - don't engage

Avoid areas around the neighborhood or school where bullying can happen

500

What is an example of a consequence?

If you refuse to put on a coat, you feel cold. If you don't eat, you feel hungry. If you don't do your homework, you fail the assignment.

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