Out on a Limb Teacher's Guide



Conflict Resolution Styles

Communication Skills



Steps to Think and Share

As you know, children learn in different ways. The Activities section should help those children who learn through practice and discussion about real and imaginary situations. Children will be able to learn the concepts practiced on the website through art, current events in their homes, language arts and discussions about fun things such as favorite movies, books, and games. It will also give you a better understanding of the theory necessary for the activities.

Each activity includes the following elements:

  • Corresponding Web Activity - Suggests which section of the website may be used in conjunction with the activity.

  • Objectives - Highlights the potential ideas youth will learn from the activity.

  • Time Frame - Indicates the time suggested for the activity.

  • Background Information - You can become more familiar with the theory that serves as the foundation for the activity and explains the reason for each activity.

  • How much do students know? - You can gauge the children’s knowledge of the ideas discussed during the activity. This section provides ways that help determine what students know about the subject, and helps establish the objectives.

  • Activity - Contains exercises that can be used to enhance and reinforce the ideas children learn from Out on a Limb. Please modify the activities to fit the number of children you are working with, and to meet the needs of the particular age range.

  • Worksheet - Contains sample worksheets necessary for completing the activity.


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