1decision Activity Worksheets

Peer Pressure
£1.20
"Managing Peer Pressure" Activity Worksheets are designed to help children navigate the complexities of social influence and develop the skills to make independent decisions. These worksheets address the challenges of peer pressure, providing scenarios where children can explore and practice responses to various forms of peer influence.

Activities typically involve identifying positive and negative peer pressure, understanding the impact of succumbing to peer influence, and learning strategies to resist unwanted pressure. Scenarios may include situations like being urged to cheat, try risky behaviours, or exclude others.

The worksheets often incorporate role-playing exercises, where children practice saying no assertively and making choices that align with their values. Additionally, group discussions and reflective writing tasks help children explore their feelings about peer pressure and the importance of personal integrity.

By engaging in these activities, children learn the value of standing up for themselves and making choices based on their beliefs and comfort levels. "Managing Peer Pressure" worksheets build children's confidence and decision-making skills in social situations.
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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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