By: Karen Dean
This card game helps students discuss the pain inflicted by rumoring, gossiping and lying about others. It also emphasizes the importance of apologizing and of forgiveness. It encourages students to work harder to stop hurtful interpersonal behavior and increase empathy toward others.
The game is played with 2-8 players and keeping score is optional. Cards each contain a discussion starter statement or question, and some will encourage every player to briefly comment. She Said What About Me? will help students to discuss the harmful effects of this type of bullying and what they can do to help make things better.
- Hannah was satisfied with her wardrobe until Ashlet told her she dressed like an old granny. Do you think that bothered Hannah? Would that bother you? Why or why not?
- You prefer being with respectful people. How do you want your friends to treat other people?
- Have you ever felt sorry for starting a rumor or going along with others who did? Did feeling sorry cause you to apologize?
Additional Product Info
|Topics:||Bullying, Social Skills|
|Recommended ages:||Ages 5 through 12|
|Grade level:||Grades K through 7|
|Players:||2 - 8|
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts
Not for children 3 years or under