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A career project for elementary students. Kids will explore various career clusters to determine a job that might interest them. They will write a resume, fill out a job application and go on a mock interview! Includes a rubric for teachers. Perfect for career day activities!

A career project for elementary students. Kids will explore various career clusters to determine a job that might interest them. They will write a resume, fill out a job application and go on a mock interview! Includes a rubric for teachers.

Elementary School Counseling Interactive Notebook, Section 1: Growth Mindset from The Counselor's Corner

Lots of teachers at my school utilize these with students. Elementary School Counseling Interactive Notebook, Section Growth Mindset from The Counselor's Corner

PTSD & The Trauma Tree

Trauma Tree - this is a good graphic of how symptoms can grow from trauma and ignoring the issues. With good therapy, coping skills and support these symptoms can be more controllable - slavery, also, as a root cause

Get your child noticed for all the right reasons and stand out as a model parent! Here are 40 good manners for kids, that every child (and adult!) should know

40 Good Manners for Kids (and Adults!) Get your child noticed for all the right reasons and stand out as a model parent! Here are 40 good manners for kids, that every child (and adult!

Active vs. Negative Coping With Problems and "negative" Feelings

Having a list of effective coping skills is a passive self-care concept. Effective coping skills have the ability to help change your perception of what going on in your relationship.

ATL-SELF-MANAGEMENT TEACHING URGENCY--STEP ONE The Answer is 12,960 Hours What is the Question? Before goal setting must come a deep understanding of why

Saturday Morning Coffee and Common Core: TEACHING URGENCY--STEP ONE M Moore: It's important to note the things that can be controlled and talking with kids about them.

Things outside my control

I should really have an ASD board. Good graphic for coping skills "Things Outside my control/ Things I can control" This graphic created by Rebecca Waddell, perhaps adapted from S Herman.