I used this letter at the end of Quarter 1 to share some classroom updates with students, parents, and families. Additionally, I sent home individualized progress reports, that had a detailed grade report for reference.
This document can be modified and used as an Intervention Letter, to prepare
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The first day of school is
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS AND SCRIPTS REDUCE DISTRACTIONS AND IMPROVE STUDENTS' FOCUS PROMOTE MINDFULNESS AND ATTENTIVENESSFollow the resource below to get your students meditating!Meditation is a practice dating back to ancient civilizations, but also highly regarded by modern science. Mindfulness
Print pages 2 and 3 on card stock paper and laminate.
Mount Velcro on the X.
Now mount Velcro on the back of each of the emotion pictures.
I use this for my autistic students to help them express how they are feeling when they come into school. It’s a great way to find out how their morn
These mindful breathing exercise scripts from How I Decide's Mindful Choices program are a great way to help students get calm and focused at the start and end of class or during transition times. Plus, they're a tool that students can use on their own at school or home to regulate their emotions.