Try printing two-sided copies for those handouts that are two pages — we’ve found that works best.There are several handouts which we use as a part of the Building Healthy Relationships class.Other worksheets: There are many other worksheets that are available in class to guide students through the process of mastering the material and becoming skilled at the techniques of Creative Conflict Resolution.Here are links to pdf's of those worksheets which you can print for yourself.I also made the note cards for them to write down their dating guidelines, as outlined on the last page of the lesson.And finally, for my handout, I combined 3 different ideas that I found on Sugardoodle. Be ‘chewsy’ with whom you share your ‘hugs’ and ‘kisses’ because the choices you make ‘now’ will affect what happens ‘later’…. And of course I have a goody bag filled with Hersey’s kisses and hug, a pack of gum, and some Now and Laters.The question isn’t whether they are forming relationships, they are.
This visual display informs the lecture and discussion.” There is also a wallet reminder card they can stick in their wallets and remember to act in these honorable ways while on a date or out with their friends.There is also a letter with four questions you can have mom and dad fill out for each girl. Included is a page of awesome quotes that are really relevant to the youth. It is also available in our August combo package HERE.A description of each is available through the Just Conflict site.In addition you can print a pdf of each of the print versions of the material.
Printouts are available to help students review the material from each class.