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Kids Can Cope With Divorce/Grades 4-6
A self study manual that keeps students motivated to read and analyze their own concerns about divorce.
The reproducible story is told by a 12-year-old boy who shares his fears and concerns about his parents' divorce. As he tells of the problems he has with the divorce, he involves the reader with self-insight questions. One issue he deals with are the problems he has had since the divorce. He lists his problems and then has the reader decide if he/she has any similar problems. He deals with his feelings of sadness, fear, anger, embarrassment and worry and he invites the reader to also share those feelings. When the booklet is completed, the students will have an overall picture of the problems kids, including themselves, face with divorce. This easy-to-read manual brings out relevant issues in an interesting and informative way that will keep students motivated to read, analyze, and take positive steps to cope with their own divorce situation.
INCLUDES: Reproducible self-study manual
GRADE LEVELS: 4-8 AGES: 9-13
FOR USE WITH: Individuals, small groups
AUTHOR: Elizabeth Hoffman
RECOMMENDED FOR: Elementary school counselors, middle-school counselors, social workers, psychologists, family-service personnel, parents
32 pages, black and white illustrations
KIDS CAN COPE WITH DIVORCE Title V, Part A: Innovative Programs
Targeted Population: Upper-elementary and middle-school students experiencing divorce
Program Components: 25-page reproducible self-study manual, directions for use
Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Programs (Family Relationships)