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This activity packet can be used for guidance lessons, small group, read aloud activities, literature circles, sub work and more! Growth Mindset is a positive way of thinking. When someone laments, “Well, I’m just bad at Math!” or “I am terrible at cartwheels!”, the growth mindset approach would be
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"Important Book Interactive Notebook!" By Margaret Wise Brown This resource is a reading response interactive notebook with fun, engaging activities that encourage student's to recognize their self worth and importance! From creating a superstar portrait to thinking about what objects in life are re
This growth mindset lesson is all about making mistakes as a part of the learning process. This lesson requires you to buy or have the book Nobody's Perfect by David Elliott. This book follows a boy through his day as he realizes the imperfections in people in his life, but then learns to celebrate
Looking for a more long-term intervention for your girl drama??? This 35 page PDF book club activity pack has been created to use with the book, The Girls, by Amy Goldman Koss. This book is a fantastic resource to use with upper elementary or middle school girls when discussing themes of relational
Explore Native American Literature with a favorite Native American folktale by Janet Stevens with Coyote not learning his lesson yet again. Sequencing, readers theater, story elements and vocabulary are included skills. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BOOK IS NOT INCLUDED.Included in this package:6 vocabulary
Purchase this PDF book club activity pack to address anxiety, bullying, or friendship themes with upper elementary or middle school students. This 22-page PDF book club activity pack includes: o Mr. Terupt Session Overview o Mr. Terupt Themes/Question Guide Sheet o Group Name and Rules Sheet o St
Why not read some engaging literature aloud to your ESL students so they can see how others have experienced new cultures? The books on this free product all provide wonderful opportunities for your students to see that they aren't the only ones going through culture shock or trying to understand t
This simple check-in sheet allows students to use a dry erase marker or play-doh to quickly report how they are doing in major categories of their lives. Students will make a happy face, straight face, or sad face to report how they are feeling. Use it at the beginning of each individual counseling
Includes a PDF Lesson Presentation that suuports social-emotional learning with Grades 2 - 5 students. Easy to use images show the way to a bright, colorful project full of expression! While creating 2 moods on one face, students learn about color, emotion, and expression, build scissor and gluing
Use this social story to assist a student with understanding the concept of facial expressions and emotions. Read it to a whole group, one on one, or place in your reading center.
This bundle includes all of my current newspapers and the ones I make in the future! (Up to 45) At the bottom of the list, I have listed which newspapers are in the works and will posted within the next month. The Creative Writing Newspapers thus far include: -Charlotte’s Web (1 page) Charlotte's
A social/emotional teaching resource to be used with or without Shelly Becker's Book "Even Superheroes Have Bad Days". This product includes: No-Prep Weekly Lesson Plan at a Glance6 Levels of Essential Questions/Activities Aligned with Bloom's Learning Domains3 Differentiated Writing Tasks12 Page E
This resource is a speech and language book companion for Scaredy Squirrel, by Melanie Watt. This book companion is perfect for expressing feelings, teaching executive functioning skills, and working on social skill development. In this resource you will find:8 Executive Functioning posters with def
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I often use bibliotherapy to connect literacy to the therapeutic work I do with students. Many of my students have never read a whole book before and say they hate reading. Using this worksheet, I have helped them to enjoy connecting with a text. I created this reflection to encourage students to en
Poetry in e"Motion" is a great activity to promote Social Emotional Learning. There are 11 unique poems written by a variety of famous authors. Each poem gives students the opportunity to explore emotions while also targeting language arts skills. Emotions Included: -excited -happy -angry -shocked
Utilize this Amazing Grace Worksheet to teach your students about the importance of celebrating diversity, overcoming obstacles, and goal-setting.
This resource, which aligns with James and the Giant Peach, checks student comprehension, challenges students to make predictions, and most importantly explore their feelings! Each day I read a chapter or two of the story aloud and asked the corresponding questions for the chapter. I marked any st
A generic Response to Intervention tracking sheet to document the various modifications + interventions used for each student. Whether the student is Tier I, II or III you will be able to quickly document the intervention. Enjoy!
This game requires dice. Each small group of students needs one die. Students take turns rolling the die and answering the corresponding questions. This is a great way to have kids discuss the themes of the book and help you gauge how well they understand the material.
I have adapted this story to make it easier for younger children to understand the meaning of the Living Value "Tolerance". The drawings are my own. I hope you enjoy this story :-)
This resource teaches intermediate level students about the mindset traits of optimism, flexibility, resilience, empathy and persistence. Included are posters for each trait, self-reflection cards (color and black and white), recognition or brag tags, a complete picture book recommendation guide f
How can we get a true understanding of what it's like to live with a mental illness? In this resource students will go deeper and beyond textbooks and the DSM in order to try to understand the human element behind the disorders. Structured as a lit circle project, students will read young-adult lite
The following activities provided serves to help children learn how to be kind and things that they can do that is kind to others. These activities can be used in conjunction with the book, Kindness Counts, A Story for Teaching Random Acts of Kindness, by Bryan Smith and illustrated by Brian Martin.
This short growth mindset lesson uses Aesop's Fable ; The Tortoise and The Hare. This is probably one of the best known of Aesop's Fables. This is the story of a Hare who is very speedy and boastful and a Tortoise who is slow and determined. This growth mindset lesson uses this great Aesop's Fable

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