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Your Super Brain Power!. You have a super brain power that you can use anytime!. Sometimes kids might do things to bother or annoy you. Kids might say or do things that distract you. These distractions make it hard for you to FOCUS and do your job at school.

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your super brain power

Your Super Brain Power!

You have a super brain power that you can use anytime!

Jill Kuzma 5/2010 - http://jillkuzma.wordpress.com

sometimes kids might do things to bother or annoy you
Sometimes kids might do things to bother or annoy you.

Jill Kuzma 5/2010 - http://jillkuzma.wordpress.com

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Kids might say or do things that distract you. These distractions make it hard for you to FOCUS and do your job at school.

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Kids might...make noises…say hurtful things…throw a fit in class…act too silly….…or just do things thatmake you mad!

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These are called DISTRACTIONS.Distractions are people, things or sounds that take our attention away from what is important.

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but the good thing is you have a super brain power you can ignore these distractions
But, the good thing is…You have a super brain power! You can IGNOREthese distractions!

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ignoring
Ignoring:

Pretending you cannot see or hear what someone else is doing

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why should we ignore kids who are distracting us
Why should we ignore kids who are distracting us?
  • Keeps you out of trouble yourself
  • Helps you focus and learn
  • We make good choices when we ignore

distractions.

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how to ignore
How to Ignore:
  • Do not look at the person
  • Do not listen to the person
  • Do not talk to the person

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the key
The Key…

No looking, listening, or talking to the distraction!

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when should we ignore
When should we ignore?
  • When kids are being too silly during a learning time
  • When there are noises in the hallway
  • When kids are saying hurtful things to you
  • When kids tell us to say or do bad things
  • When kids are throwing a fit/tantrum in the classroom
  • Other:
  • Other:

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when we should not ignore
When we should NOT ignore:
  • When teachers are giving directions
  • When parents, teachers or adults are talking to you
  • When you see someone being bullied
  • During an emergency situation
  • If someone is trying to injure you
  • When someone is trying to help you
  • Other:

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remember
Remember:
  • We should ignore distractions that hurt our learning or behavior choices.
  • Ignoring means pretending that you cannot see or hear what someone else is doing.
  • Remember: No looking, listening or talking to a distraction.
  • You should never ignore adults like parents and teachers. This would get you in trouble.
  • You should work hard to ignore distractions such as noises, or kids making distracting behavior choices. This will help you do your best and make your teachers happy.

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