Every day we make choices. Sometimes they are easy. Sometimes they are difficult. If we use the traffic lights to think through our choices, we can make better choices.
STOP What are the possibilities? What might happen?
THINK What would be good about each choice? What would be bad about each choice? What is the worst that could happen? Who could I talk to about this?
DECIDE What will I decide to do? Why have I decided to do this?
Great! Now you know how to make good choices. Click the house if you CHOOSE to stop using this resource now. Click on the traffic lights if you wish to practise making some choices.
Your granny gives you money to buy some clothes. You have been very good all week and your dad says he will take you to the cinema. You see a new pupil in the school being bullied in the corridor. Now use the traffic lights method to practise making each of the following choices.