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Having a hard time getting a percentage for eye contact or topic maintenance? Putting a percentage to social skills can be tricky. So, I created these social language and pragmatic rubrics to help making tracking progress of these tough areas a bit easier. * There are two rubrics for each area. One
The mind + heart Social Emotional Learning Curriculum includes 8 units with 5+ detailed, character education LESSONS filled with TONS of hands-on and mindful activities that encourage children to express themselves and build important social emotional and social responsibility skills. Teach children
Looking for an easy way to implement mindfulness with your students? These 30 guided meditation scripts are a great, no prep way to help your students be calm, focused, and productive. Students will reflect on various experiences and use mindfulness to stay in the present! They are great to use in t
This is a collection of 2 sets of clipart showing positive and negative behavior.You are receiving a discount when you purchase this big bundle.Each image file is labeled so you will easily know what the image was designed to show. There is a boy and girl version of each design.The images in this co
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Bring calm, focus and social emotional learning support into your in-person or distance learning classroom using these effective 48 Mindfulness Brain Breaks. Now in both printable and Google Slides™ digital formats with pre-recorded narration and music. TRY A FREE SAMPLE HERE! What is Mindfulness?
Behavior Charts Behavior Charts are a must for your classroom to not only track behavior, but to reward positive behavior. Students need to be able to visually see how there day is going and also have a goal or reward to work towards. That is why I created this product that has multiple types of beh
These Restorative Practices or Restorative Justice behavior reflection sheets are for students to use when they have broken a rule/failed to meet a school expectation. It is particularly powerful when someone else was harmed due to their actions. It's perfect when the teacher/administrator/dean does
When I began working in the public schools, I quickly realized that there was a great need for social skills groups. Not sure where to begin, I purchased tons of books on the subject. However, most programs out there didn’t meet my needs – the lessons and activities were either too challenging / not
Special Education Behavior Reflection Think Sheet: Do you struggle with helping students process their behaviors and learn to make better choices? Are your time-outs ineffective? Are your students repeating the same negative behaviors? Having strategies for effective behavior reflection is critical
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⭐ The end of the day can be crazy. These pre-written notes are a quick, yet fantastic way to send students out the door on a positive note {aren’t I punny?!}⭐ This is a pack of 12 different “Good Notes” that can be used to encourage school to home communication. Simply print a stack of each. File as
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Yoga can be a great calming strategy to teach students or to incorporate into the classroom through mindfulness or mindful minutes. This resource helps students learn poses with easy to understand directions. Poses are also provided in sequences that are perfect for brain breaks. ** Google Slides TM
Do your students know what it means to be a friend? Could they use some strategies to assist with their friendships around school and in the community? Enjoy this set of 7 classroom (single-page) posters using the acronym FRIENDS to assist them in making good decisions with their own friends. Just
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Are you looking for IEP accommodations, modifications or adaptations?Well, I created a checklist of over 175 ideas for students with autism, in special education or with a 504 Plan. It will be a great addition for your teaching resources.Customer Reviews:On September 7, 2014, Sandra M. said:"No fril
This set contains all of the images shown: faces showing various emotions.The emotions included in this set show children being: angry, confused, disgusted, embarrassed, excited, grumpy, proud, happy, hurt, scared, sad, interested, shocked, shy, tired.62 images (31 color and the same 31 in B&W)I
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Mindfulness activities help kids to become more happy, resilient and independent. Use these easy-to-follow lessons to help guide students through self awareness, self regulation, social and emotional learning, growth mindset, and goal setting in a fun and engaging way.This interactive mindfulness n
This growth mindset SEL curriculum is teacher-approved and includes 5 detailed lessons filled with hands-on and mindful activities that teach children about their elastic brain, a fixed and growth mindset, perseverance, learning from mistakes, failures, challenges, and the power of YET. The lessons
Multiple Intelligence Theory for Kids: Step-by-Step Lessons and Ready-to-Use Printables from Laura Candler is a classroom-tested resource for introducing Dr. Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence (MI) theory to children. This bundle includes a comprehensive teacher guide with complete lessons and k
This self-management SEL curriculum is teacher-approved and includes 5 detailed lessons filled with hands-on and mindful activities that teach children how to self-regulate, calm down, be mindful, and develop self-control and self-esteem. The lessons and activities work great for morning classroom m
Calm Down Tool KitWhat is a Calm Down Tool Box? Have you ever had a student in your class that needs something to help them calm down or cope with a situation? I am about 100% sure that your answer was YES! That is exactly what this Calm Down Tool Box is! It is a place where you can gather items to
Do your students know what it means to be a friend? Could they use some strategies to assist with their friendships around school and in the community? Friends and friendships are a key part of growing up (not just in school, but in life). Building solid friendships can be difficult for many stude
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I am always searching for new ways to address pragmatic skills with my students who struggle socially, AND I work with special education teachers who are always looking for ways to address social and behavior skills with their students. Address pragmatic, social, and behavior skills with these fun s
All students need an opportunity to refocus, regain composure, reflect, or just take a moment to release stress. By providing a designated and well thought out space in the classroom for students to do just that, you can reduce classroom disruptions, teach self regulation, and provide opportunities
This is a collection of children showing different emotions. The emotions shown in this set are: angry, confused, proud, sad, excited, shy, content, embarrassed, happy, scared, shocked, worried. This set was completely updated in September 2018, and added to this download. The 2018 version includes
This is a collection of children demonstrating manners. The images are designed to demonstrate the following: take turns, keep hands to yourself, be kind, listen, cover your mouth, raise your hand, share, say please and thank you. *This is an older style set and images are not consistent with curre

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