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Occam& Razor: The simplest solution is always the best & Interaction Design Foundation Coping Skills, Life Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Amélioration Continue, Interaction Design Foundation, Coaching Personal, Life Coaching Tools, Leadership Coaching, Educational Leadership

Occam’s Razor: The simplest solution is always the best

Now that we appreciate the need for simplicity in designs better, let’s see another great concept. You may have heard of Occam’s Razor; did you know that you can apply it to web design? When you’ve go...

Helpful idea for teaching kids anger management Elementary School Counseling, School Social Work, School Counselor, Elementary Schools, High School, Anger Management For Kids, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management, Management Quotes

When we are angry we must "PAWS":

I get a great deal of referrals for students who "can't control" their anger. We spend a lot of time talking about what do to, so I decided ...

Social Skills 471400285990397980 - A discussion guide to help children with friendship issues in a way that helps them discuss solutions and choices. Social Skills Activities, Teaching Social Skills, Counseling Activities, Social Emotional Learning, Group Counseling, Bullying Activities, Social Skills Lessons, Therapy Activities, Teaching Art

Friendship building | PlantLoveGrow

A discussion guide to help with making decisions when it comes to friendship issues.

I have this issue every year in my class. I hate how people throw around the word bullying. Bullying is a huge claim in school. For all those parents out there here’s Rude vs. Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management, Stress Management, Freetime Activities, School Social Work, Middle School Counseling, School Counselor Lessons

We've moved ~ Daring Woman

What really constitutes bullying? This graphic that we found on Facebook really clarifies it.

School social work - The Peace Process for Conflict Resolution & Freebie Elementary School Counseling, School Social Work, School Counselor Organization, Elementary Schools, High School, Therapy Worksheets, Therapy Activities, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management

FREE: Peace Process for Conflict Resolution

Are you looking for a way to empower your students to solve conflicts? The Peace Process is a powerful and effective way to help! Included is a legal-sized poster that will break down this process into simple steps, including sentence starters and more! Read more on my blog HERE. Find more infor...

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"Conversational Moves" Anchor Chart

Using the "conversational moves" in classroom discussions, as discussed in Harvey Daniels' book "Literature Circles: Voice and Choice in Book Clubs and Reading Groups", helps provide a safe environment for students to share thoughts and gain insight from one another. This anchor chart can be posted...

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Social Skills Puzzles - Apologizing — Counselor Chelsey | Simple School Counseling Ideas

Do your students need help apologizing effectively? This engaging activity will help your students learn and practicing using the four part apology. Students will look at the 20 puzzles and match the parts of the apology to the correct scenario. These are perfect for social skills lessons or small g

STOP, THINK, CHOOSE. I picked this for understanding how to shape behavior. I chose it because I think it could be a good strategy to instill in kids to be able and stop and think and not just act on impulse. Coping Skills, Social Skills, Life Skills, Social Games, Counseling Activities, Therapy Activities, Play Therapy, Speech Therapy, Social Work Activities

Stop, Think, Choose Poster (Safe & Caring Schools Series) | 9781575424507

Stop. Think. Choose. Poster - Use this poster in your classroom to help reinforce values, teach student safety, and build character.

Calm Down Tools for Older Kids Free Printable is part of Counseling activities - Free printable list of calm down tools and toys for older kids and teens Counseling Activities, Elementary Counseling, Counseling Worksheets, Anger Management Activities For Kids, Coping Skills Activities, School Counseling Office, Coping Skills List, Aba Therapy Activities, Social Work Activities

250+ Free Printables

Want to build a calm down kit for older kids? Check out this free printable list of things to put in a calm down bin for older kids #kids #calmdownkit #calmdownbin #freeprintables #autism #selfregulation

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Friendship building | PlantLoveGrow

Friendship building tools for children, to help with building stronger friendships and stop bullying.

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Empathy Worksheets - Free!

These print and go empathy worksheets are perfect for helping students understand what empathy is and how they can respond empathetically to the feelings of others! These are great to use in your friendship or social skills lessons!Looking for more character education worksheets? Click here to check...

Our Classroom Calm Corner Toolbox invites students to use developmentally appropriate self-regulation coping skills and calming strategies when they are feeling upset, sad, distracted or. Counseling Activities, Therapy Activities, Group Counseling, Counseling Office, Calming Activities, Outdoor Activities, Fun Activities, Self Regulation, Emotional Regulation

CALM DOWN CORNER *Take a Break Self-Regulation Coping Skills & Mindfulness Kit

Our Classroom Calm Corner Toolbox invites students to use developmentally appropriate self-regulation coping skills and calming strategies when they are feeling upset, sad, distracted or worried in class. Help foster a mindfulness based, compassionate trauma-sensitive classroom with this Calm Corner Zen Zone toolkit.

Friendship Character Traits Shopping List by Mental Fills Counseling Tools Elementary School Counseling, School Social Work, School Counselor, Elementary Schools, Friendship Lessons, Friendship Activities, Friendship Group, Teaching Social Skills, Social Emotional Learning

Friendship Character Traits Shopping List

Building self-esteem and social skills requires self-awareness of your emotional needs. This social skills group activity provides an opportunity to identify and discuss what one's needs are in a friendship, specific to when they are feeling negative feelings, such as anger, bored, sadness, and hurt...

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FRIENDSHIP and social skills for kids - read aloud books and printable activities try free resources

ALL ABOUT FRIENDSHIP Friendship and conflict solving skills are so important to teach our kiddos. Our job is to teach them important social skills. They need these tools to ensure successful relationships with their peers and adults. It is tricky, but it can be done! I am sharing some of