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6 kid-friendly activities focused on developing the relationship skills to be a good friend, resolve conflicts, and understand other people’s perspectives. Reindeer Christmas themed. Social Emotional Workshop
How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it. The visual aspect of this anchor chart is perfect for students with autism and special learning needs. A great checklist and prompts to apologize appropriately. Go to: http://from-student-to-teacher.tumblr.com/post/125869285114/httpswwwpinterestcompin187180928240113090
Knowing how to accept compliments is a key social skill that lets students build and maintain friendships. In this lesson, students will understand what accepting a compliment should look like and what it shouldn't look like. The lesson provides scaffolded instruction, multiple practice activities, and opportunities for reflection. The engaging winter-theme will help target key social emotional skills while connecting with students. Social Emotional Workshop
Kids' Picture Books that Teach Powerful Life Lessons - from bullying to picky…
Tantrums Don't Help Me Fix a Problem is a social story created by TAP. This particular social story is written to help children understand why tantrums will not fix their problem.
I work in teletherapy, which means that I use a computer to display my materials and activities for my students. I have a couple extremely quiet older elementary students and I decided that video was a way to engage and encourage them to answer questions and retell events. In particular I wanted them to think …
This TEAMBUILDING activity from "Dice Discussions" is perfect for back-to-school or any time of the year when building the classroom community is needed. 32 pages, $ #backtoschool #icebreakers:
Fun Self-Esteem Card Game. Great Solution Focused Counseling Intervention.
10 Books that Build Social Skills + many other must-have book lists in this blog post!: