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Do you need a little pick me up? If you are feeling “blue” and could use a figurative “pat on the back,” consider using free printable self esteem worksheets. By recording things you like about yourself, you’ll be reminded of how awesome you are and be out of your funk in no time.

Do you need a little pick me up? If you are feeling “blue” and could use a figurative “pat on the back,” consider using free printable self esteem worksheets. By recording things you like about yourself, you’ll be reminded of how awesome you are and be ou

This game of Mood Charades helps students to identify emotions which is important in perspective taking (reading and communication)

This game of "Mood Charades" helps students to identify emotions which is important in perspective taking, as well as targets reading and communication skills.

Friendship Cards - 24 Prompts to Help Your Students Make and Keep Friends

FREE Friendship Cards: 24 Social Skill Prompts-Some kids make friends naturally, but for others, making and keeping friends is not so easy. Studies have shown that having even one friend signifi.

strengthening little hands, hand-eye coordination

an idea for Sam. OT activity: An old tennis ball makes a great "eater" for transferring dried beans -- strengthening little hands while building hand-eye coordination.

Your Therapy Source-10 Bilateral Coordination Activities for the Body. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.

Some children who receive pediatric occupational and physical therapy have goals related to bilateral coordination for the whole body. Here are ideas to practice bilateral coordination skills in older children: For Auston!

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behavior Think Sheet. I think this needs to be an every incident type of thing to encourage reflection and responsibility for actions with peers.