This practical, innovative resource for teachers of 9-12 year olds who exhibit difficult behavior helps children safely address typical difficulties through activities and group discussion.
Focus on Anger
One student is allocated to be murderer by the facilitator prior to the start of the session. This should be done in secret so that the other students do not know who has been chosen. The student then has to wink at members of the group who are sitting in the circle. If they are winked at they have to pretend to die. They can make some elaborate motions with their arms and legs and also some noises if they so wish! The first student to guess correctly who the murderer is then has to leave the room whilst the new murderer is chosen. Once this has happened, the person is allowed back into the room ...