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 to develop coping skills that will last a lifetime.
Sometimes students are off task, impulsive, or distracted. Sometimes students carry stress and anxiety that is manifested in the form of impulsive
Over 2,800 positive reviews!!! See the preview for examples. Thanks in advance for the feedback on these social skills activities.Social Skills Printables for Students with Autism & Similar Special Needs. (Teen edition also available!) Great as a send home packet for distance learning! These social skills printables will work well for any students whose special needs include developmental delays or it may work for younger students in primary grades learning to develop social skills. The prin
Get your students setting goals for a new school year, quarter, or month AND creating a beautiful bulletin board with this kit-- includes both English and Spanish!
Product includes a low-prep version as well as a craftivity version if your students are up for a little cutting and gluing.
There are multiple headings included in both large, multi-page versions, as well as one-page versions:
► We're going to GROW this year! | ¡Vamos a crecer este año!
► We've got GOALS | Tenemos #METAS
This 240 page set contains behavior contracts, behavior intervention forms, behavior calendars, parent communication forms, positive notes home, and more! There are also editable forms for you to type in your own information onto each page. Inside the bundle you will find an English version and a Spanish version. The English version is 100% text-editable so you can type in your own wording or change what is already there.Behavior Contract eBook• Pictures and detailed directions on how to set up
Complete bulletin board set to make the Change Your Words Change Your Mindset Bulletin Board. The colored pages include cute borders, backgrounds, and frames to make your bulletin board stand out. The ppt is completely editable, giving you the option to adjust the phrases as you see fit!
Included in the set:
*Color Brain (*ideal poster size is 18x24 - as shown - from Staples or similar store)
*Black and White Brain (for those wanting to color it yourself)
Use this resource to make targeting communication, self-awareness, and social knowledge in mixed groups so much easier! This resource includes ideas and visuals for direct instruction, discussion, and self-reflection on a variety of important skills.I use these focus sheets to introduce motivated students to one skill at a time, discuss the skill, and then reflect on their understanding and use of the skill. Included is one half-sheet “focus sheet” for the following skills: Having self-confidenc
CREATE A TRAUMA INFORMED CLASSROOM with over 20 INTERACTIVE PEACE CORNER TOOLSThe Calm Corner Toolbox invites students to use self-regulation coping skills and calming strategies when they are feeling upset, sad, impulsive, distracted or worried in class or at home. Help foster a mindfulness-based and trauma sensitive classroom with this Calm Corner toolkit, a true game-changer for your behavior management system. This Calm Corner kit provides a compassionate alternative for behavior managemen
Do you have students on your caseload that have trouble determining how big or small their problems are? They might get very upset when they are told no or lose in a game? Or constantly over-react to small issues?I do! So I created this packet that will help your students better understand their problems and how to solve them ! It will teach them how to figure out the level of their problem on a scale of 1-5, name examples of each, know how to react, and figure out how to solve each problem the
The mind + heart Social Emotional Learning Curriculum includes 8 units with 5+ detailed, character education LESSONS filled with hands-on and mindful activities that encourage children in Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade to build important social skills and emotional awareness.Teach children the most important lessons in life when they need it the most with units and activities on emotions, self-regulation, growth mindset, empathy and social awareness, friendship, kindness, respect, a
Create an an adorable Valentine's Day display while encouraging students to reflect on the things they love. Product includes a no-prep version as well as a craftivity version if your students are up for a little cutting and gluing.
Now includes Spanish version!
The cactus pot says "Things I love" and the heart cactus sections prompt, "About myself...," "About my school...," and "About my community..."
Product includes multiple versions of both the low-prep and craftivity version of the cact
In this winter mindfulness activity, students will participate in a mindfulness exercise to explore joy and warmth through their senses! Use the mindfulness script included to lead students through the exercise and reflect on their experience of joy or warmth in their hearts. Students then create a hot cocoa craft and identify things that bring them joy. This includes a mindfulness script and cut and no-cut craft printables. This activity is perfect for classroom guidance lessons, small group c
This is a collection of engaging, activities for fluency therapy! Low-prep, and lots of fun! This product is positive and supportive to students struggling with fluency disorders. It helps teach fluency strategies and provides many opportunities for practice with a positive and reassuring attitude. It’s OK to stutter! We aren’t trying to eliminate every little repetition. We are trying to teach strategies and decrease disfluencies to make communication easier and more relaxed. Your students will
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 rubric has a 1-5 scale with criteria in each corresponding box. The other is a 1-4 scale with narrative criteria for each rating. There are also boxes for you to record the date and score for 9 sessio
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 collection are:NEGATIVE BEHAVIORLack of teamwork/co-operationBeing disrespectfulInvading personal spaceNot listeningDistractingDisorganizedKicking someonePinching someonepushing someoneThrowing an objec
This visual choice board is a simple resource for your special education or inclusion classroom. Providing a student with this file folder visual support may allow him to express his needs without having to find the words. While this visual was designed for students with autism, it can be beneficial for any struggling students. Even verbal students can have trouble retrieving the words or articulating what they need. Offering this simple visual can aid a student in saying "I feel confused.
Target perspective taking and making inferences and predictions using real pictures with this resource! This resource includes 100 real life picture cards that allow you to provide effective, direct teaching on how to make inferences from picture scenes.Each card includes a visual across the top outlining the "Look", "Think", "Infer", "Predict" strategy (along with sentence starters for students to provide increased support). Next to the photo, there are four questions that require your students
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 a boy and girl version for each emotion shown. Word art has also been added.72 images (36 in color and the same 36 in B&W)This set contains all of the images shown.Version 1 (2014)48 images (24 color
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 the morning, after recess, or any other time when your students could benefit from taking time to be calm and reflective.This resource is part of a mindfulness activities bundle! Click here to save 20%
Behavior Charts **Updated November 2021: Update includes new PDF printable behavior charts and editable behavior charts with the capability of adding and deleting rows!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 behavior charts. When students are held accountable
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? Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the here and now without judgement. It can be practiced where ever we find ourselves, in whatever we are doing. The first step into the present mom
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 doesn’t have time in the moment to have a discussion with the student but can talk through the sheet with them later. They are also great for students who have trouble thinking when they’re in the ‘hot se
Training classroom staff can be an overwhelming and challenging job. Have this manual guide the way! This resources contains a complete training package for both new and veteran classroom paraprofessional within the special education setting. The manual outlines various topics from the diagnostic criteria of autism to assisting in communication development to dealing with student aggression. All information is written in an easy to understand way and includes photo examples!Each section contains
These mindfulness lessons and activities teach important social emotional (SEL) skills that helps students build self-regulation and focus. Mindfulness activities include mindful breathing practice, listening to music, coloring, making crafts, and much more. Activities are specifically tailored to kids and young adults.Mindfulness means being present in the moment with your thoughts and feelings without making judgments. It is being aware of what is happening but not being overwhelmed. These min
★Why this game?It imitates natural conversation while providing a visual and something tangible to help visualize the flow of conversation! In addition, it provides practice asking questions, making comments, taking turns, and having a conversation about a variety of topics! Great for social groups or anybody working on social skills.What does this game include?●2 pages of 'conversation cards' (i.e.: ask a question, make a comment, make 2 comments, make a comment then ask a question)●63 conversa