Title: Asking and Giving Consent Workbook: Consent to TOUCHING and Setting Boundaries
Description: Consent is a very important topic that should be learned by young children. Teach your 1st Grade-8th Grade students about the appropriate words to use when asking for consent and declining uncomfortable touches. Build their own concept of what makes them feel comfortable and uncomfortable.
This 5-page workbook includes informative texts and engaging activities for 1st-8th Graders. Learn about what consent is, how it is asked and given to others, and how to set boundaries, especially when it comes to receiving touches from other people.
This workbook includes:
Words used in asking and giving consent
How it looks like through a comic strip
Coloring areas of comfortable and uncomfortable touches
Your students will learn everything about consent - from what it is, how it looks like, and how it should be asked and given to others.They will read meaningful texts, color parts of their bodies where they will identify who are only allowed to touch these, and write what to say if they feel uncomfortable for them to set their own boundaries. You can use this workbook during a one-on-one session with each of your students or during small group sessions with several of them.
⭐ This is perfect for teaching self-awareness, decision-making, awareness of the body.⭐
Best paired with: Boundary Setting: Workbook for Kids (K - 8th Grade)
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Total Pages: 6 Pages