Common Core State Standards
Posted: June 11, 2020
A great game to play with kids is SSM What Would You Do?™ In this game, kids read or listen to a SSM What Would You Do story and at the end they answer the question "what would you do?". This is a great scenario game, and a easy way to start understanding how children would handle certain character challenging situations.
As a parent or educator, you'll not only obtain an understanding of how your child will handle situations, you'll also have the opportunities to correct their potential behavior if their answers reveal undesirable behaviors.
Enjoy these two free stories below, and use them to play the SSM What Would You Do™? game.
What Would You Do? Game Directions
Directions: Read or listen to the stories below and have the learner answer the question What Would You Do?
- It's Not Easy Being Teased (A Story About Bullying)
- My Favorite Superhero (A Story About Sharing and Compromising)
Be sure to probe kids answers and ask them "why" and to explain their answers.
If you use this game, let us know and give us a shout on Twitter at @mySweetSadieMae
More information about What Would You Do?™ Original Stories.
WWYD stories prompt learners with situations that help build character, and help parents and educators understand how young learners would handle character challenging scenarios.
Posted: September 29, 2015
Enjoy this read aloud of "My Favorite Superhero, The Battle for Mr. Galaxy" an original story from our Sweet Sadie Mae Character Corner® platform.
"My Favorite Superhero, The Battle for Mr. Galaxy" takes place around Halloween, and opens up the conversation about sharing and compromising. It’s part of our SSM What Would You Do?™ Volumes. Similar stories are available on our Character Corner platform. Please tell us what you think. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments.
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