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a poster with instructions for how to take 5 breathings from your child's hand
Take 5 Breathing Exercise for Kids: Learn to Manage Big Emotions
a poster with the words snack and other things to say in different languages on it
How to Take a Mindful S.N.A.C.K. Moment
Free resources to help anxious children
Free resources to help anxious children
Counseling Worksheets, Counseling Kids, Group Therapy Activities, Therapy Activities, Help Kids
Self Esteem Archives - Create Your Own Comic Strips Online with MakeBeliefsComix
a poster with the words de - escalation techniques for defusing meltdowns
18 Effective De-Escalation Strategies For Defusing Meltdowns
Gratitude, Worksheets, Self Esteem Worksheets
4 Free Printable Self Esteem Worksheets - Freebie Finding Mom
Art Education, Elementary Art, Art Lessons, Middle School Art, Art, Teaching Art, Mindfulness Art
Mindfulness Art Activity: I am Here
Brain Breaks, Mindfulness Techniques, Mindfulness Exercises
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an orange and blue poster with the words learning about our own behavior on it's side
Social Thinking
Free Thinksheet: Learning About Our Own Behavior: planning for a bad moment in the day. From one of Social Thinking's best-selling books: Thinksheets for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills. Feel free to use coupon code: Social10 to receive 10% off of most of our products, including this one
a book with the title, how to developing rubrics for social thinking goals / objective
Free: How to Develop Rubrics for Social Thinking Goals/Objectives
Scoring rubrics expand our vision of a student’s progress over time & allow us to react as needed to modify our teaching to better help our students learn. Another reason we like rubrics over traditional IEP goal statements is the conversation involved, among educators and our students. Explaining the rubric criteria & rating levels and giving examples that illustrate the concept being measured can prompt teaching & learning about the social concepts outside the actual lesson. Everyone benefits!
an article about being angry is okay, what do i say is important even when i'm angry?
Social Thinking
FREE Thinksheet! Being Angry is Okay: What I Do and Say Is Important EVEN When I'm Angry. From Social Thinking Thinksheets for Tweens and Teens: Learning to Read In-Between the Social Lines. Feel free to use coupon code: Social10 to receive 10% off of most of our products
a poster with the words calming their llama - tep and an image of a
Relieve Stress in Your Students with the Calming Llama
This activity is great for anxiety relief and anger management in kids. Students learn to self regulate and return to class when they are calm. Llama Relieve Your Stress
an orange tray filled with shells and other items
Social Emotional Learning Activities Using A Mandala - Kiddie Matters
Mindfulness activities that help children manage big emotions. Kids learn to self-regulate and develop calm down strategies for when their thoughts and feelings become overwhelming. #mindfulnessactivities #schoolcounseling #positiveparenting #autism #adhd
the question is to be answered in this text
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Questions for your girlfriend
the peanuts gang is talking to each other
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Some Advice - Being a happier person
the cover of if everybody did
If Everybody Did
One of my favorite books for illustrating how a small, insensitive action by…
a woman is under water with the words 4 ways to talk about expected vs unexpected behavior
4 Ways to Discuss Expected vs. Unexpected Behaviors — Encourage Play
I’ve done a lot of work using Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking concepts. One of the basic concepts in her work is “expected versus unexpected”. Events typically fall into one of these two categories. Here are a few examples from my own life. It’s expected that every morning I drink a cup of coffee. If I don’t have coffee, that’s unexpected. It’s expected that when it’s time for dinner, everyone comes in and sits at the table. It’s unexpected if one family member gets up from t...
25 Ways to Integrate Social Emotional Learning Blog Post with Ideas and Free Resources! Louise Hay, Axiety, Affirmations For Kids, The Words, Positive Self Talk, Self Talk, Self Care Activities
101 Positive Affirmations for Kids
25 Ways to Integrate Social Emotional Learning Blog Post with Ideas and Free Resources!
This is a great activity for small or large groups, to practice perspective taking skills through the concept developed by Michelle Garcia-Winner, ... Perspective, Communication Skills, Speech Therapy Resources
Socially Skilled Kids
This is a great activity for small or large groups, to practice perspective taking skills through the concept developed by Michelle Garcia-Winner, ...
a poster with the words, how big is my problem? and other things to do
i LOVE this app! you can take pictures, write your story, and record your voice! I incorporate my students in their own social stories Apps, Visual Schedules, School Psychology, School Counseling
i LOVE this app! you can take pictures, write your story, and record your voice! I incorporate my students in their own social stories
there is a poster on the wall that says other people's feelings are often more important than following all the rules too closely
Correcting others and tattling too much: Social skills activities to teach kids with autism who have these problems
Awesome downloadable social skills cards for students who need some extra teaching of these skills.
SOCIAL SKILLS JEOPARDY! Jeopardy Template Social Skills Games
SOCIAL SKILLS JEOPARDY! Jeopardy Template
SOCIAL SKILLS JEOPARDY! Jeopardy Template
the words expect vs unexpected behavior leopardy template
Expected vs. Unexpected Behaviors Jeopardy Template
Expected vs. Unexpected Behaviors Jeopardy Template
six hands with the words 6 unique ways to build students'up
6 Unique Ways to Build Students Up
6 Unique Ways to Build Students Up P Lucky to Be in First
rocks and stones with the words try a mindfulness activity
How to Build Classroom Community and Teach Mindfulness
How to Build Classroom Community and Teach Mindfulness in your classroom using the book Ishi! It's a simple activity that you can refer to all year long. Mindfulness is a great way to create a calm classroom, help students manage stress and control their
the student binder with free printables
Free Printable Student Binder
Super cute binder with tons of free printables! There are some that would work for non-students as well! I'm going to be so organized this year! | JustAGirlAndHerBlog.com
the printable worksheet for teaching with words and pictures to help students learn how to
5 Speaking Activities for English Language Learners
Young Teacher Love: Beginning of the Year Team Building Updates!
a poster with the words 10 games to improve functioning skills
Games to Improve Executive Functioning Skills
10 games to improve executive functioning skills in kids and young adults!
a jar filled with pink glitter next to another jar full of blue and purple powder
How a Glitter Jar Can Help Kids Control Their Feelings
Mindfulness is an important skill for kids to develop. Learn how to make a glitter timer to promote mindfulness and calm in your home or classroom. via @https://www.pinterest.com/fireflymudpie/
Communication skills - Filters Feelings, Judgement, Intentions, Understanding, Empathy, Words Hurt, Compassion, It Hurts
Conflict resolution | PlantLoveGrow
Communication skills - Filters
a printable weekly progress report
Reporting Behavior in the Classroom
Progress Reports for your Friday Folders!
behavior reflection sheet with the words behavior reflection shift written in green and blue on it
Behavior Reflection
lined journal with behavior questions
a table that has different types of words and phrases for each subject in the text
Indulgy
The following chart explains why children misbehave and how teachers or other adults should approach each child based on why they are exhibiting the behavior: Positive Discipline emphasizes that effective discipline allows teachers to recognize the reasons why children do what they do rather than merely attempting to change the behavior. With this system, teachers are empowered to dig deeper and help students get to the root of their problems by proteamundi
a graphic diagram with the words behavior reflections
Behavior Reflections Sheet
Tween Teaching: Behavior Reflections Sheet
Empathy Quiz | Greater Good Mental Health Resources, What Is Empathy, Greater Good, How Are You Feeling, Quiz Me, Quizzes
Empathy Quiz
Empathy Quiz | Greater Good
a group of children playing with a hoop on a gym floor in front of a sign that says team builder for the classroom
Team Builders for the Classroom
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Station Rotation in Autism Units is a must... here's how! Ideas, Life Skills Special Education, Life Skills Classroom, Student Centered Learning, Special Education Autism, Intervention Specialist, Behavior Analysis, Special Education Teacher
Station Rotation in Autism Units | NoodleNook.Net
Station Rotation in Autism Units is a must... here's how!
the words developing impatity teaching tolerance - diversy, equal and justice
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Developing Empathy | Teaching Tolerance - Diversity, Equity and Justice
a pink background with the words,'empathy game a tool to teach kids to be considered free printable moments a day
Empathy Game: A Tool to Teach Kids to Be Considerate {Free Printable} - Moments A Day
Empathy Game: A Tool to Teach Kids to Be Considerate {Free Printable} - Moments A Day
a poster with instructions on how to use video games for students, including an image of a
Hilarious Ted Talks for the Classroom – Engaging and Effective Teaching
Students love these funny Ted Talks that also inspire and teach valuable lessons. Includes ideas for how to teach them in the classroom. Appropriate for students of all ages.
two pieces of marshmallow sitting next to each other on a counter top with the caption ice + marshmallow a simple activity to help our kids notice the needs of others
Helping Kids Begin to Notice the Needs of Others
One of our jobs as parents is to help our children understand that they are not the center of the universe, but instead live in a complex web of people who all have thoughts,...
Assertive rights. Things to keep in mind when you want to be (more) assertive. These also explain what assertiveness means.
Assertive rights. Things to keep in mind when you want to be (more) assertive. These also explain what assertiveness means.