Assertive children know how to stand up for themselves without being hurtful or mean. Here are 5 phrases to give them to stick up for themselves: 1. I know your words are meant to upset me. I will not let them.
2. I don’t like being called that. I want you to call me by my name.
3. I did not have control over that. It’s not ok to blame me.
4. I undetstand that you are unhappy. I don’t deserve to be treated like this.
5. That’s not safe. I’m getting someone to help.
If one day they use any of them with you… then you know you are doing a good job!
1. Bacteria have been around for at least 3.5 billion years, making them the oldest known life-form on the planet.2. No escaping them: Your body has 10 times more bacterial cells than human cells. 3. Can’t catch them, either. Whipping their tails,E. coli can travel 25 times their own length in 1 second, equivalent to a horse running 135 miles per hour. 4. At about 5 million trillion trillion strong, bacteria and their cousins, the archaea, vastly outnumber all other life-forms on earth.5. But most bacteria are harmless, and some are even helpful in aiding our digestion.
By Coach Mily 1. Bees love to dance. When a bee is inspecting a new nest, a shake is used to announce it to the others and in no time there will be 20 or 30 bees “dancing”.
2. Bees can use tools. To protect themselves from Killer Wasps bees use other animal stools on the hive´s entrance.
3. Bees droppings almost cause another confrontation in The Cold War. In 1980 people in Laos and Cambodia thought their yellow droppings were chemical residue, luckily it was all explained by experts and nothing else happen.
4. Bumblebees get moody when hungry. Due to global warming, they wake up earlier from their winter hibernation and start chewing on non-blossomed flowers making them open sooner to be used as food.
5. Humans have been exploiting bees for a million years. Some rock paintings in Spain show a man picking up a bee from some stairs, and bee wax has been found on some vases that have more than 9,000 years, and honey has been discovered on some Egyptian tombs
1. Brain Freeze is a rapid-onset headache, this happens when two blood vessels that bring blood to your brain expand. 2. Yawning doesn´t wake us up; it cools us down. Our body temperature drops as we fall asleep, and yawning helps quicken the process.
3. Your mind isn´t playing tricks on you when you “See Stars”, all cells within the human body let off light that your brain usually ignores, but when you apply pressure to your eyes you create more (biophotons) and you can see light. 4. Itchiness comes from your brain, nerve cells far from the irritation site release specialized molecules that tell your brain it´s time to scratch. scientists believe that scratching creates a mild pain that relieves the itching. 5. Your taste is off after your brush your teeth. The two chemicals that cause your toothpaste to get foamy suppress the receptors on your taste buds that perceive sweetness.