Teach students the STAR method. Explain that it stands for Stop, Think, Act, Review, and explain how each step can be used. Introduce the petals of peace and give students some vocabulary to help them start a conversation about conflict. Next, explain that conflict can be resolved for all situations. Discuss the examples given. Together as a class, brainstorm ways in which the student can resolve their situation. Next, give students the wheel of choices. These are all things that they can do individually before needing to ask a teacher or adult for help. Have students work in pairs and come up with a way to resolve the given situation. How are their responses different? Make sure to emphasize that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for conflicts and resolutions. Present students with a situation and have them determine which actions the character should do and should not do.