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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
Career Exploration Activity for In Person or Digital Learning: This career counseling classroom guidance lesson gives students the chance to examine their own interests with a brief career interest inventory (available in paper or Google Slides form). Students gather in groups to discuss their commo
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NOW AVAILABLE IN DISTANCE LEARNING GOOGLE SLIDES™ FORMAT!...so that you can continue to support your students social emotional learning needs.Why Teach & Practice Healthy Coping Skills? Life can get really tough. So it's important to help young people -and ourselves, too- to cultivate tools and
This activity complements the book "The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes" by Mark Pett and Gary Rubinstein. This story lends itself well to discussions about growth mindset and learning from mistakes. This set of activities is especially useful at the beginning of the year, when establishing your class
Use this paper fortune teller craft to teach and practice coping strategies and coping skills for anxiety, anger, stress, depression, and other strong emotions. Kids and young adults will identify their top coping strategies and write them on the paper fortune teller to practice and refer to, as nee
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Social-emotional learning begins with children understanding and identifying how they feel and how others feel. These feelings posters and activities help students see how body language and facial expressions are different for different emotions. These are great to have displayed in your classroom,
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Jory John’s “The Bad Seed” is an awesome story with several themes that make it great for whole group, small group counseling, and individual counseling. This resource is a set of activities that companion wonderfully with the book, for any topic you want to focus on with your student(s). Activities
This growth mindset lesson is a companion to the book "Giraffes Can't Dance" by Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees. This book is about how the giraffe sees himself and how others see him. You will need to own, purchase, or be able to borrow this book to use this lesson. In this growth mindset lesso
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Use this workbook to teach skills and coping strategies for students dealing with anger management and frustration needs. Contents include a variety of worksheets, writing activities, graphic organizers, and printables aimed to help kids overcome their struggles with anger. These are the students wh
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Teach your students about stress management in this interactive school counseling guidance lesson about coping strategies! Adaptable for distance learning, the Coping Skills Game Show combines role play, art, imagination, team building, problem-solving and experiential learning all in one lesson, s
What do you get when you combine role playing, art making, imagination, team collaboration, and conversations about Jacqueline Woodson's beautiful book, Each Kindness? The interactive, low-prep Each Kindness Game Show! If you've ever read Woodson's Each Kindness book, you know that the story will
Counselors and teachers are no stranger to friendship issues among students. This Friendship Activity allows students to explore the qualities they desire in their friendships.  Now with a digital version for Google Slides!Bonus: Not only will students identify the good qualities of a healthy friend
This classroom coping skills bundle is a great way to make emotional self-regulation a priority in your classroom, office, and/or school. It includes a centers-based lesson for teaching students how to use the different tools and strategies, visuals for your Peace Corner, Calm Corner, or Calm Down C
This step-by-step conflict resolution process provides students with a consistent and fair framework to help them resolve conflicts. It is helpful for students to already be familiar with I-messages, coping skills, and assertive communication to independently go through the problem-solving process.
This elementary school counseling Valentine's Day classroom guidance lesson is meant to remind students to show themselves some love too! Students identify 4 things they love about themselves and share with their classmates. This activity is perfect for classroom guidance lessons or small group coun
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Enemy Pie is the perfect lesson on friendship for a Lunch Bunch or small group activity. Students will learn that sometimes people we thought we didn't like may very well turn out to be a good friend, to not judge people before really getting to know them, and that the best way to really learn abou
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Jory John’s “The Good Egg” is an awesome story with several themes that make it great for whole group, small group counseling, and individual counseling. This resource is a set of activities that companion wonderfully with the book. Activities cover the following objectives: understanding what is no
This is a read-aloud and follow up growth mindset lesson using the book; The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes by Mark Pett and Gary Rubenstein. You will need to have, purchase, or be able to borrow this book in order to teach this lesson. The goal of this growth mindset lesson is to teach students tha
Part of developing responsibility is understanding how choices have consequences, both good and bad. This lesson plan includes several activities to use with middle-upper elementary students to help them recognize the impact of their choices and become more responsible decision makers. Pick and choo
Of all of the conflict resolution strategies (or Kelso’s Choices), Talk it Out or I-Messages (I-Statements) are my absolute favorite. This animated and interactive PowerPoint is a no to low prep lesson for engaging your students and teaching them this skill! It is such an incredible tool in promotin
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson reviews expected behaviors for early elementary school students. Students participate in movement-based activity to discuss and sort behaviors into "awesome action" or "bummer behavior" categories (also includes good choice/sad choice verbi
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PERFECT FOR November and Thanksgiving! Being Thankful to the MAX! Being thankful means when you are pleased and grateful for what you have. When you think about things that you have or do that make you happy.Included:-Thankful video and book links-FULL detailed PRINT AND GO lesson plan-Anchor charts
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The College Research Pennant Project is a fun way to have students begin to think about and research different colleges. Students will fill out a research worksheet which will ask them to identify a college's demographics, majors, activities, etc. and then create a college pennant based on their fi
Needing a little refocus before the winter holiday break? Use this classroom guidance lesson to help students refocus and increase awareness with a fun mindfulness exercise! Students participate in the mindfulness activity and then create a melted snowman craft to represent their mindfulness observa

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