1decision Activity Worksheets

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The "Should I Respond?" Activity Worksheets are designed to teach children critical thinking and decision-making skills, particularly in social interactions and communication. These worksheets help children discern when and how to respond, emphasising the importance of thoughtful and appropriate reactions.

Activities typically present a range of scenarios, such as receiving a message from a stranger online, being teased at school, or witnessing a friend being left out. Children are asked to consider these situations and decide whether a response is needed and, if so, what kind of response would be appropriate.

The worksheets often include role-playing exercises and discussion prompts, encouraging children to think about the consequences of their actions and words. They may also involve tasks where children reflect on past experiences and how different responses could have led to alternative outcomes.

By engaging with the "Should I Respond?" worksheets, children learn to evaluate situations critically, understand the impact of their responses, and develop better communication and social skills. This activity fosters responsible and empathetic decision-making essential for positive social interactions.





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We create interactive PSHE resources for primary children. As part of the media generation, we know how important it is to engage and teach from a young age. Each module is carefully created by PSHE and Safeguarding experts together with schools and, most importantly, children. We are proud to offer resources to over 2,000 schools in 47 UK counties and across the world.

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