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Cooperation

Peer Pressure Activity

2018-10-30T10:17:16+00:00

In this activity, students will come up with things they could say to stand up to peer pressure in different situations. We mostly think about peer pressure as a high school thing - friends trying to get you to drink at a party, or a random stranger on [...]

Peer Pressure Activity2018-10-30T10:17:16+00:00

Team Challenges

2018-05-11T15:47:33+00:00

Download the activity here. Students Will Listen to classmates’ preferences and strengths Compromise with classmates Troubleshoot to find the best solution Materials team task cards When cooperating, everyone’s strengths need to come together to make a strong team. Everyone has personal strengths and weaknesses. But on a [...]

Team Challenges2018-05-11T15:47:33+00:00

Cooperative Art

2018-11-08T10:01:51+00:00

In this activity, students will work together to create a collaborative artwork, counting on their classmates to do their best work. When I was a student, I always hated group projects. As a type-A perfectionist, it always seemed like I was stuck doing a lot of the work [...]

Cooperative Art2018-11-08T10:01:51+00:00

Positive Valentines

2018-05-11T14:35:49+00:00

These printables are great for Valentines, positive reinforcement, or even encouragement during end-of-year testing. Download the Valentines here. Download the Valentines here.

Positive Valentines2018-05-11T14:35:49+00:00

Cooperation: Work Together or Alone?

2018-01-16T15:29:17+00:00

We’ve sent out plenty of cooperation lessons. Working with classmates is definitely an important skill for students to learn. But it’s just as important that students learn which activities should be done with others, and which they should be able to do on their own. Have you ever had this [...]

Cooperation: Work Together or Alone?2018-01-16T15:29:17+00:00

Learning How to Compromise

2017-11-30T14:27:02+00:00

2017 was the first year I was at my parents’ house for Thanksgiving in six years. My mom asked what I’d like for dessert, and I said pumpkin pie. It turned out that I’m the only one who likes pumpkin pie. We were having a smaller dinner, so [...]

Learning How to Compromise2017-11-30T14:27:02+00:00

Cooperation Games: Teamwork and Strategy

2017-09-08T14:38:15+00:00

Students Will: Work together to create a strategies to reach a goal; Cooperate to apply these strategies Materials: medium size ball (dodgeball size), timer Zoo U Game Context: Players must ask a classmate for help, then work together to catch Lester the bird, who is loose in the classroom. Cooperation games are a [...]

Cooperation Games: Teamwork and Strategy2017-09-08T14:38:15+00:00