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Feelings Tool-Book, Perfect For Your Calm Corner, Comes with 29 Feelings to Work On With Your Kids!
Teachers, School Counselors, Parents! The FEELINGS TOOL-BOOK is an interactive guide that helps young people relate to their feelings in healthy ways. Jam-packed with coping strategies + teaches important SEL (social emotional learning) skills like positive self-talk, emotional identification and self-awareness. Parents will love for their children, as it invites conversation and connection when reading and working through the book together. For teachers, a perfect addition to your Calm Corner.
20+ Strategies for Teaching Empathy
Use these strategies and ideas to teach and build empathy with kids and young adults! Learners who have a lack of empathy can struggle with other social skills. Help elementary, middle, and high school kids build these skills by using literature, teaching lessons, practicing with games, and more. Also includes a free printable lesson for kids and teens. Helpful for kids with ADHD, autism, and other needs. #socialskills #empathy #pathway2success
School Counseling Activities for The Good Egg
The Good Egg Activities - use these activities to help students understand what is and is not their responsibility & practice self care for managing stress! These school counseling activities are perfect for classroom guidance lessons, small group counseling activities, or individual counseling or therapy activities to explore what's in my control or responsibility or self care topics for kids. -Counselor Keri
Empathy Activities For Social Skills Lessons - Digital And Printable
24 empathy puzzles to help students understand what causes others to experience certain feelings and how they can respond to those situations. A great addition to empathy or friendship units. Also includes 2 follow up worksheets.
Goal Setting Lessons and Activities with SMART Goal Setting Template
This a great set of visuals, worksheets and practice to help students begin writing S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-Based) Goals. Goal setting and monitoring is an effective practice that can be adapted for any age. Perfect for back to school and beginning counseling sessions. Can be used by classroom teachers or specialists.