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Your students will love this no print activity targeting expected and unexpected behaviors! Perfect for use on an iPad, computer, or interactive Smart Board.This is a great activity for students who need support with expected and unexpected behaviors. Students will learn what expected/unexpected b
No print, No prep, Interactive material for those working on comprehension, pragmatic problem solving, non literal language, main idea, utilizing context clues, and inferencing. This product contains 8 pragmatic problem solving text message prompts. Each text message includes 5 questions each. Quest
Many students who have difficulties with social communication struggle to see the “Big Picture” of a situation. Big Picture Thinking helps middle and high school students to connect the social details to form a greater understanding of social situations. This includes understanding unwritten socia
Big vs Little Problems using Problem Solving Choices SMARTboard & PowerPoint Bring peace to your classroom by teaching kids to how to be their own problem solvers. This fun lesson uses kid friendly visuals and examples to teach specific conflict resolution strategies. It also comes with a pro
How to Lie, Steal, and Cheetah SMARTboardShock your students by telling them you're going to make them better at lying, stealing, and cheating. By the end of the lesson they will be Inspired to be honest and show integrity. ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ Check o
This distance learning Context Clues and Perspective Taking NO print NO prep pragmatic language activity to work on perspective-taking. Now includes a BOOM CARD version. This activity was created to help your students/clients work on using context clues for perspective-taking and thinking about wh
Body Safety: Learning about Safe and Unsafe Touches Empower students to keep their bodies safe by learning the touching rule. The lesson starts off with behavior expectations and explaining why this lesson is being This lesson teaches kids in a tasteful and age appropriate way: 1. the difference b
Want to stay connected to how your students are feeling despite the distance?Want them to still be able to check-in on the mood meter even though they're not in the classroom?With these google slide mood meters you can do just that!Social emotional learning doesn't have to stop because we are miles
Essential during the COVID-19 pandemic, masks create difficulty with reading facial expressions and interacting with peers and adults. Grab this bundle to teach reading facial expressions with and without a mask. Both digital interactive PDF and printable versions are included in the ZIP file. Each
Self Control Whack-a-Mole SMARTboard Guidance Lesson Inspire class participation through this innovative lesson where students throw a koosh ball at the moles on the smartboard. When a mole is selected, students are asked thought provoking questions about self-control. Includes 24 questions with
Friendship Skills: Sweet & Sour Pickle Game Energize your students with this fun, interactive lesson that they will never forget! They will learn friendship skills while playing a game of "Pass the Pickle" with rolling dice. There's also a stand up/sit down game at the end! This resource
Begin a daily morning meeting or build upon your own with this 100% editable and low-prep classroom meeting resource for September that targets important social-emotional learning topics. This apple themed morning meeting resource includes everything you need to engage and connect with kids and make
All About Your School Counselor Interactive Digital Game is a fun, interactive way for students to get to know you and understand what a school counselor does. Simply download the game onto your computer, smart board, e-reader, or iPad and you are all set to play! Includes: ✔ 15 game interactive
Exploring Planet Personal Space SMARTboard "Back up" your students personal space knowledge with alien lessons on respecting physical boundaries. Take the alien space creatures through a personal space simulator and land safely to their new home on Planet Personal Space. Includes fun activities
Tattling: Should I Tell or Grow Thick Skin? Power Point presentation on telling, tattling, when to seek help, when to ignore, bullying, mean kids, and how to tell the difference. This presentation has helped my students understand that some problems are bigger than others. It helps them understand
This interactive no print is a great way to introduce young students who stutter to basic ideas about the speech mechanism, muscle tension, types of disfluencies, and belly breathing. A short story is also provided at the end to use to educate classmates about stuttering. Since it's in no print f
Eyes on Empathy: SMARTboard VersionCan your students pass the empathy test? See empathy with perfect 20/20 vision by learning what it is, signs that you need empathy needs improvement, how to show empathy, and why it's important. Activities include rolling dice with pictures, group work activity
How to Lose Your Job: SMARTboard LessonGuidance lesson on the 10 ways to lose your job. This paradox will grab students attention and help them realize that their job is to be a responsible student. They'll also learn tips for success and character traits that help at school and in the work place
Kindness & Compassion SMARTboard Activities Kindness goes beyond being nice to people we like. This lesson uses tons of visuals, rolling fun dice, decode the message, a word search, activity to demonstrate what kindness and compassion is, plus more! ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤
Begin a daily morning meeting or build upon your own with this 100% editable and low-prep classroom meeting resource for August that targets important social-emotional learning topics. This back to school themed morning meeting resource includes everything you need to engage and connect with kids an
Powerpoint sorting activity using the book The Day the Crayons Quit. Designed as a teacher facilitated lesson where the students determine which mindset each crayon used.
Daily Check-in Feeling Chart- (Daily check-in headings, emotion cards, emoji moods) Encourage students' social and emotional learning by having them identify/track their moods and emotions on a class check-in chart. Students pick out an emoji (in this product) to represent them. The teacher will mak
Want your students to learn problem solving skills instead of always coming to you? This interactive SmartBoard activity or PowerPoint will help your students to solve their own small problems by choosing the best Kelso's Choice for the problem. Not every Kelso's Choice solves every problem, this ac
Anger Management: 10 Ways to Calm Down Guidance Lesson Guidance lesson that teaches students basic coping skills that build the foundation for empathy and anger management. At the end there's a review where students look at a picture and identify the coping skill. The SMARTboard version has rolli

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