Grade 4

This wonderfully illustrated curriculum will open new worlds to students as they learn conflict resolution and mediation skills while improving their reading skills. Compelling stories and folk tales that promote cultural awareness and tolerance are used to teach invaluable lessons about bullying, values, character development, emotions, community building, cooperation, perception, problem-solving, prejudice and more. The Peace Scholar lessons will help your students discern peacemaking and violence prevention skills and apply them in their daily lives.

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  1. Peace Scholars: Learning Through Literature, Grade 4
    This wonderfully illustrated curriculum opens students' minds to new ideas as they learn conlict resolution skills through group writing, role plays, and more. Drawing on a collection of age-appropriate stories and folk tales, students learn invaluable lessons about community building, prejudice, bullying, problem solving, cooperation, perception, emotions and more. The Teacher's Guide includes both the Peace Scholar Rules and the Problem-Solving Process posters. We offer on-site training on all our curricula—call (800) 749-8838 for details! Learn More
    $29.95
  2. Peace Scholar Rules Poster
    Posters help reinforce peacemaking and conflict resolution as a part of your classroom and schoolwide culture at all grade levels. Post them in the classrooms, but also in the faculty lounge, the front office, the cafeteria, and the hallways. Learn More
    $3.95
  3. Problem-Solving Process Poster
    Posters help reinforce peacemaking and conflict resolution as a part of your classroom and schoolwide culture at all grade levels. Post them in the classrooms, but also in the faculty lounge, the front office, the cafeteria, and the hallways. Learn More
    $3.95
  4. WinWin! Games
    Enliven and enrich in school, physical education and out-of-school programs with WinWin! Games. Based largely on New Games, this book contains fun, interactive small and large group games for everyone from about third grade on up (some of the motor skills may prove too complex for primary grades). Questions at the end of each game offer opportunities for casual group discussions and further application. Many of them emphasize healthy and fun aspects of competition, without promoting aggressive, win-lose attitudes. Students will learn the value of working together, acknowledging different skills, strategic problem-solving, and more. We offer on-site training on all our curricula—call (800) 749-8838 for details! Learn More
    $24.95

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