Teaching Resource

Resilience Tool Kit Poster - With Explanations

PDF | 1 page|Grades: 3 - 4

A poster to display in the classroom to encourage students to use the five Tool Kit resilience strategies.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom when teaching bullying and resilience.

Print and laminate the poster to display and refer to when introducing the five Tool Kit resilience strategies:

  1. Ignore – Pretend that you don’t care and go and find a good friend.
  2. Friendly Talk – Use a confident voice and say: “I don’t like that. Please stop”.
  3. Walk Away – Turn your back and walk away.
  4. Powerful Talk – Use a strong, confident voice and say:”I want you to stop it, now”.
  5. Report – Tell a teacher or carer who will help you to work it out.

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    Zuriette Du Plessis

    Support in reinforcing Resilience. Lovely. Thank you.

    Zuriette Du Plessis · Jan 6th, 2018

    Alison Smith

    Hi Zuriette,
    Thank you for your positive comment. We hope that this poster helps your students to build resilience.
    Kind regards,

    Alison Smith · Jan 8th, 2018

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