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Good and Bad Behaviour Choices Worksheet version 2

Good and Bad Behaviour Choices Worksheet version 2


Worksheet in which children should look at pictures and decide whether it shows a good or bad behaviour choice and they should then circle a thumb up or thumb down accordingly.


Why do you need this?

This worksheet helps reinforce social skills by prompting children to distinguish between positive and negative behaviours. By engaging in this activity, students learn to recognise appropriate behaviour and understand its importance in different contexts.


Teachers can use this worksheet as a springboard for classroom discussions about behaviour expectations and consequences. By discussing their choices and reasoning behind them, students deepen their understanding of appropriate behaviour and develop empathy for others.


How and when might you use this?

This worksheet could be used in a variety of ways:

· At the beginning of the school year to introduce and discuss classroom rules.

· As a review activity to reinforce classroom expectations.

· In partner and small group work, children can collaborate together discussing their reasoning and justifying their decisions to one another.

· As a reflection tool following a behaviour incident to allow children to identify and evaluate their actions.

· As part of PSHE lessons focused on managing emotions and behaviours.


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