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Use these lessons to teach critical social skills of perspective-taking to kids, including understanding perspectives, developing their own perspectives, and recognizing there can be more than one point of view in a situation. This resource includes two complete activities with an educator guide and
Use these free coloring pages to help kids and young adults practice mindfulness to help promote happiness, attention, and emotional control. Mindfulness means being present in the moment with your thoughts and feelings without making judgements. It is being aware of what is happening but not being
Use these lessons to teach critical social skills of conversations to kids, including how to start a conversation, using conversation-starters, finding things in common with others, and keeping a conversation going. This resource includes four complete activities with an educator guide and lesson pl
Help kids identify their anger triggers with this free set of three printable worksheets. Two worksheets focus on having students list the triggers that cause them to feel angry. They can then be used as part of a discussion or an anger management plan to help kids deal with their anger in more posi
Use these two free mindfulness breathe boards to help kids and young adults practice mindfulness to help promote happiness, attention, and emotional control. By learning to first focus on our own breathing, we can begin the mindfulness practice. Using a breathe board can help learners more concretel
If you are teaching Growth Mindset to your class, you need this Freebie. Flip That Flop is a fun activity that teaches students mistakes are a good thing and how to learn from mistakes and turn them into learning opportunities. There are three adaptations of the activity in this freebie – two ver
Listening is an important skill that many don't realize needs to be taught. Meet Howard B. Wigglebottom, an adorable bunny who has a hard time being an active listener. I use this lesson at the beginning of the year to teach young students how to listen with their whole body. Through Howard's mis
Help kids and young adults practice gratitude by learning what we are thankful for. Gratitude promotes happiness, positive thinking, and creates a positive classroom climate. Research shows numerous social, emotional, and health benefits from developing gratitude and appreciation skills.Why Teach Gr
This is a free resource to help students understand keys to success at middle school. Keys to success include eating right, sleeping well, doing homework, getting involved, staying organized, making goals, taking risks, and more. Materials include worksheets and task cards, aimed at getting kids tal
Use this free Social Emotional Learning Journal to teach SEL skills! This free resource includes 5 journal prompts focused on self-awareness and helping kids understand their individual strengths and challenges. Note that this is a small sample of my Social Emotional Learning Journal for the Full Ye
The Using "I" Statements Lesson Plan teaches social emotional learning skills by helping students learn how to communicate effectively using "I" Messages. Students will learn about Strong, Mean and Giving In communication styles and practice their own strong communication responses to problems usin
Character Through Goal Setting Grades 3-5. Smart Goals are the Best Goals. Students will explore self discipline (strive to be thinkers) through goal setting. Students will be able to define short –term and long-term goals and the steps needed to reach longer term goals. Includes posters for visual
Mindfulness Techniques Workbook is a workbook students can make with coping skills and regulational strategies that they can use within any classroom while being discreet. Contains: ✔ My Mindfulness Strategies Booklet for students This booklet is a part of the: ❤️ Understanding Mindfulness--Ch
This lesson will help students not only understand the process of writing a SMART goal, but will also understand the importance of creating goals for themselves. SMART Goal Setting includes a powerpoint presentation, student notes, a guided practice activity, and a short formative assessment. If
This fun book teaches students how to look at their day in a "new" way and focus on the good. This lesson plan includes a follow-up worksheet for students and activity for helping students to identify feelings (like those within the book). Includes a parent letter and teacher letter (for counsel
Prevent and help heal harm due to bullying and teasing. The Step Up activity gives students a safe opportunity to voice their own experiences with teasing, bullying, discrimination and exclusion, facilitates empathy for how this treatment feels, helps students take responsibility for ways they have
Looking for Amazing Counselor Materials? Get ready for the best year ever. I am proud to be a part of 22 counselors who came together to share their amazing work with you. The best part? Every single page has a freebie. Every single one. You can hug us later. For now, go check out some new stores
This FREE school counseling product by Lisbeth Fillard (lovetocounsel) includes a worksheet and scenarios for use with the book "My Mouth is a Volcano" by Julia Cook or any lesson on Interrupting/Waiting Your Turn! The worksheet and scenarios are appropriate for PreK, K and 1st grade students.
This is a guidance lesson on empathy, compassion, and respect using the popular book and song by Steve Seskin and Allan Shamblin, Don't Laugh at Me. (The childrens' book comes bundled with the audio CD.) It can be used as a stand alone lesson or as part of a series for whole class guidance and/or s
Freebie thought bubbles! Your students will love this fun way to target many skills of cognition, social, and expressive language. Happy teachers's appreciation and speech and hearing month! I am grateful for each and every one of you!!! *************************************************************
This small group counseling session focuses on increasing body awareness in early elementary school students. Students identify their own physiological signs of anger and practice saying what they need when they recognize signs of anger. Includes lesson plan (objective, outline, materials list, ASCA
This lesson is grades 4-5 and utilizes the book "Trouble Talk". Within the lesson students learn the definition of gossip and rumors, and how to decide if they should spread along a story that they hear. A favorite lesson with students and teachers! Lesson plan includes handouts and situation car
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson is for Kindergarten or early learners. Students are introduced to safe/unsafe touches. Introduce the topic in a non-threatening environment and teach students a 3-step method for getting away from a bad situation. Includes: lesson plan (obj
Free Small Group Ideas for Grief. 6 meetings*****************************************************I followed this format for a Small Group for Grief. The children really loved it and were very eager to come to group and participate. The children were able to express their thoughts through painting

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