by Grace Contrino Abrams Peace Education Foundation, Inc. in Miami Beach, FL .
Written in English
|Statement||Sandy Tavlin Rizzo, Doris Berkell, Karen Kotzen ; James A. Burke II, editor ; Nancy Mannion Brice, Catherine H. Diekmann, educational editors ; illustrations and cover design by Linda Bladholm and Tracey Flanagan ; graphic design by Ron Dilley.|
|Series||Peacemaking skills series -- 1|
|Contributions||Berkell, Doris., Kotzen, Karen.|
|LC Classifications||BF637.I48 R59 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2009455911|
You can begin planting the seeds of peace and conflict resolution skills with Peacemaking Skills for Little Kids. The adorable I-Care Cat guides students through a series of activities that teach the I-Care Rules and important values, character education, social emotional and life skills like listening, cooperating, and sharing. In order to successfully navigate through conflict, we must efficiently practice peacemaking. But peacemaking is not a natural instinct — it is a skill which we must learn. According to authors Ken Sande and Tom Raabe in their book Peacemaking for Families, the following 12 principles will help you mold your children into successful. Grade 2: Peacemaking Skills for Little Kids Continue to build on the I-Care rules while developing students reading and writing skills. Addressing a broad range of topics including feelings, friendship, and health, Peacemaking Skills for Little Kids offers activities to infuse conflict resolution and simple mediation into content areas. Peacemaking Skills for Little Kids is Recognized by CASEL (Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning) Research has shown increases in student’s positive social behavior, and decreases in problem behavior.
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