30+ Easy Christmas Crafts for Kids
30+ Easy Christmas Crafts for Kids - The Joy of Sharing
Affirmation Mirrors for Kids - Encouraging Self-Confidence
These mirrors are perfect for helping kids start their day in a positive way, & offer them a reminder of the unique & wonderful qualities they have to offer the world. Do you have kids who struggle with their confidence, or self-worth? So often I hear kids say: "I'm not as good as them" or "I know I can't do it" & these negative thoughts knock their confidence. What better way then to start the day than by looking in the mirror & saying something positive about yourself! To make our…
Paper Plate Marble Run STEM Activity + TpT Digital Distance Learning
For this real world STEM activity students are asked by a toy company to design and create a marble run.
This Is Me | Assembly Songs | Out of the Ark Music
This is a clever and exceptional resource that is brimming over with creativity that will help you teach social and emotional values like nothing else.
Worry Group Art Activity: Make Worry Monsters with Deep Breathing
Help your students in worry group personify their worries by making a worry monster with watercolors and a deep breathing exercise! Students will learn two helpful strategies to manage worries in small group counseling or individual counseling.
Inside Out Teaching Emotions Activities-Social Skills & Autism
Teaching emotions has been a constant work in progress for my oldest son with Asperger’s over the past few years. Although we’ve spent thousands of dollars in therapy helping him strengthen his social skills awareness and understanding how to respond to things perhaps our most easily relatable tool is anything related to the Disney Pixar movie Insidecontinue reading...
Cut out a circle and glue it onto a sturdy piece of paper, like cardstock. Have the child write negative feelings, experiences, and so...
Create a Beautiful Rainbow Window
Everyone who comes over really loves our Rainbow Window. It casts tons of color all over the room and on to anyone who is in the room. Everyone looks very colorful when they are in the room in the afternoon! We love the Rainbow Window because it gives the room an extra added touch of wonder and whimsy! It looks so pretty! It started off as this..... Cascading Rainbow Sun Catchers I had an idea after we used these translucent color chips at the park for a playdough/chalk playdate I got out…
Self-Regulation in Preschoolers: Tips, Activities and More! - Your Therapy Source
Active play, sensory exploration, and self-care exercises are whole child activities that develop self-regulation in preschoolers and support all other learning.