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Look How I Have Grown!  Students reflect on their growth over the past year by writing and drawing about what they "know, understand, can do and are".  This is the perfect spring craft for your classroom.

Look How I Have Grown – Spring Craftivity

Look How I Have Grown! Students reflect on their growth over the past year by writing and drawing about what they "know, understand, can do and are". This is the perfect spring craft for your classroom.

Would You Rather? Get Students Talking!

Would You Rather? Get Students Talking!

Anger-o-meter: Can go along with the 5 Point Scale and Zones of Regulation. Kids identify what they feel when they are angry, and how they can calm themselves down.

Anger-o-meter: Can go along with the 5 Point Scale and Zones of Regulation. Kids identify what they feel when they are angry, and how they can calm themselves down.

great lesson for social skill groups! Pinned by www.thedabblingspeechie.com

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Question Stones--easy to make and good for icebreakers in group counseling  from http://themiddleschoolcounselor.blogspot.com/

Question Stones--easy to make and good for icebreakers in group counseling from http://themiddleschoolcounselor.blogspot.com/

Build a S'more While You Tell Us S'more, Get Students Talking!

Build a S'more While You Tell Us S'more, Get Students Talking!

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