Need help in thinking of fake scenarios about hard decisions for youth club?

Need help in thinking of fake scenarios about hard decisions for youth club? Topic: Late homework slip
May 25, 2019 / By Hudson
Question: Ok, I am doing a class tommorow on making good judgements, and so I need hard decision scenarios to ask the children which they can discuss, an example is: You haven’t finished your homework, do you tell your teacher the truth, or do you make up an excuse? (The children are about 10 years old, so if you can keep the scenarios fairly child friendly that would be great :D)
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Enos Enos | 5 days ago
You did poorly on an exam and you need it signed and given back to the teacher. Do you give it to your mom or dad to sign, or do you forge their signature and give it back to your teacher? Your mom had to step out of the house to run a couple errands (shopping, bank, etc.) and she said that she'll be back in 1 1/2 hours. Your mom said to stay in the house and don't go outside or open the door for any reason.... and while she's gone to finish up your homework. You see two of your friends riding their bikes outside your house. Do you go outside and ride your bike with your friends and then get back into the house and lock the door before your mom gets back. Or do you do as you are told and do your homework until she gets back. Your mom is coming back late from work and likes you to go straight home after school. You know that your friends like to hang out and grab a slice of pizza at the local pizzeria (since both of their parents work and really don't care if they are home or not after school so long as they come home). Do you stop at the pizzeria before you go home.... making sure you make it back home before mom walks in the door. And on top of that.... you need money to buy a slice of pizza and a Coke. You know where mom leaves some spare dollars around the house. Since she's not home anyway, do you slip a $5 bill thinking she won't notice that it's gone missing... so that you can make your plan work.... get some pizza, a Coke, and hang out with friends... without her knowing?
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Colbert Originally Answered: How to stop being nervous and thinking of worst case scenarios before a speech?
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