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If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do? Presents A Number Of Scenarios Involving Ethical Dilemmas And Asks The Reader To Decide What To Do

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5 thoughts on “If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do?

  1. Mukababe Mukababe says:

    Consists of chapters of different scenarios My six year old likes to listen and answer the questions but most of the stories are for older readers E.g one story is about a young boy who goes into his brother s box under his bed which he knows is off limits and finds a stash of hash This led us to discussions of not just respecting privacy

  2. Holly Holly says:

    I bought this book for our Character Building class that we do for homeschool My children, ages 4 and 8, both LOVE it The stories are interesting and relevant to them They are short and followed by questions to get kids thinking about what they would do in certain situations I love how it gets kids thinking about all sides of the story and all pos

  3. C. Rounds C. Rounds says:

    This books offers multiple life lesson decision making scenarios This book supported several great conversations with my six year old son around how to reason out options when decision making, build skill around linking actions to consequences, and provoke thoughts around how my son might feel after he d made similar decisions We discussed who might be imp

  4. mizzeliz mizzeliz says:

    Many situations that children could face lead to conversations that can help students face problems in the future Some situations might never happen, but they make children realize that someone else may be facing that problem and then they have the tools to help Better to be prepared for things that never happen than to be unprepared and have no ides what to do. Th

  5. Faigella Faigella says:

    As a Special Education teacher I found this book had relevant stories about social situations that children might encounter After each story are questions that encourage children to analyse the situation just presented and to consider what they would have done in the same similar situation.The book would be an excellent tool to help primary school children develop social em

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