This research project seeks to explore the use of body mapping as a participatory entertainment education tool to facilitate the teaching of life skills amongst youth. In particular, the focus is on a group of ten ARROW SA students from Bechet High School and how their participation in a body mapping workshop influences their understanding of conflict resolution. The theoretical framework is informed by the communication for participatory development model, as well as the theories of entertainment education. Three broad areas are explored: the participatory nature of body mapping, the entertainment aspect of body mapping, and the unique value of body mapping as an educational tool for youth.