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Bobbi Hopkins (@bhopteacher)

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Standing Up for Myself and Others

This activity accompanies the book, "The Juice Box Bully" by Bob Sornson and Maria Dismondy. Before you get started THINK of a time when you stood up for yourself or for another person against a bully. *Styluses would be helpful for students. 1. Tap add to get started. Find your name and tap it. 2. Use the drawing tool to color the juice puddle and draw some drips coming from the straw. Also color other parts of the picture that you want to color. (Remember you can change the thickness of the line.) 3. Use the label tool to type out your answer to the question shown above. After you finish, angle the text box so it fits inside the space of the side of the juice box. 4. Optional: Continue to use the label tool to add meaningful hashtags around some of the open spaces of the image.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Social Emotional Learning, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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You could modify this activity to make the sharing of the idea be a voice recording since a lot of typing may be difficult for some students. Another suggestion is students could draw a small picture on the side of the juice box and use the microphone tool to talk about their thinking.