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The Ultimate Guide to Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom
A teacher’s guide to teaching social emotional skills in the classroom. This guide has articles, children's book suggestions, videos, and a program filled with lessons and activities to use with kids.
Coping Skills From Hot To Cool CBT Behavior Reflection Pack
Coping Skills from Hot to Cool CBT Behavior Reflection Pack is perfect for a calm down corner and will help your students cool down when they're angry by using the anger scale and coping skills provided in this pack. CBT helps students learn important emotional regulation skills. When students are...
Circle of Control craft
Students will enjoy this calming zen activity that helps them distinguish between things that they can control and those that they cannot control. This will help them with relieving worry and anxiety as well as managing anger. They will learn to "color outside of the line of control" while practicin...
Positive Self Talk Flower Craft
Use this paper craft to teach and practice positive self talk and positive thinking. Kids and young adults will choose positive affirmations and thoughts and then write them on the paper flower craft to practice and refer to, as needed. Developing strong positive thinking and self-talk skills can be...
Early Elementary Counseling: What Are Things I Can Control & I Can't Control
This activity teaches kids how to identify whether something is within their control or not, which can be useful for kids with anxiety, anger, lack of focus, motivation, or other social & emotional concerns. There are 3 separate sets of instructions for individual counseling, small groups, and ...
Self-Regulation in the Classroom: 17 Zones of Regulation Activities
Teach kids self-regulation in the classroom and beyond with this collection of super fun Zones of Regulation activities, games, worksheets, and lesson plans!
Size Of The Problem Activities And Visuals For Emotional Regulation Lessons
These size of the problem activities will help your students learn to react appropriately to their problems! Students will learn the difference between small, medium and big problems and how to respond accordingly. These no prep activities are perfect for your individual, small group and classroom c...
Fun in Fourth
I'm Angela. I teach fourth grade. I inspire time-strapped teachers to better reach all learners through clear, comprehensive, and hands-on lessons for maximum engagement.
Student Behavior - FREE CHART - classroom management for kindergarten and first grade
How do you encourage positive student behavior in your classroom? I have tried too many behavior systems to count - clip charts, flipping cards, behavior contracts… you name it and I have tried it. What I have found over the years is that no matter what, students genuinely want to do well and
Mindfulness Posters - Free
These three mindfulness posters will help your students learn and practice mindful breathing. Posters use the imagery of a flower and a leaf to help students learn deep breathing techniques mixed with guided imagery. These strategies can be a great way to introduce calmness and being in the present.
Teaching Empathy in the Classroom
7 ideas for teaching empathy in the classroom to help kids develop compassion and build social skills through mindful lessons, discussions, and activities.
FRIENDS (Mostly) by Barbara Joosse
It's back to school time! So today’s Perfect Picture Book Friday pick is FRIENDS (Mostly). As new students start school and old students return to new classrooms, children will make new friends, some will lose old friends all will hopefully learn what friendship means and how to keep them