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In the "Secret Service Group," students become "Secret Agents" who are given specific missions to do Random Acts of Kindness throughout the school and in the community. Students will be immersed into the program, truly becoming "agents" with a membership card, TOP SECRET missions, and under-cover me
If you are interested in beginning or strengthening your current Elementary School Student Council then this is the resource for you! This comprehensive 33 page document includes everything you need to begin a Student Council at your school. This document includes:Election procedures for classroom r
**NEWLY UPDATED** This is a great tool to use for an intermediate elementary or middle school class meeting or service project. The first pages have prompting questions for students that require thoughtful responses in creating a "Pay It Forward" mindset. The next pages have students creating a plan
Included in this set are 7 posters for a year of teaching character development in your classroom. Character traits included: -responsibility -respect -courage -integrity -kindness -self-discipline -perseverance Each poster has a colorful polka dot background with the character trait at the top
Are you looking for a way to help students develop a sense of responsibility and the ability to put themselves in someone else’s shoes? To turn them into active problem-solvers? Try starting a service learning club in your school! Service learning is the ultimate win-win situation---someone is help
These puzzles are great to use with children who need a behavioral modification plan. Simply print (cardstock recommended), laminate, and cut. Students choose the reward that they would like to work toward that day. As the student completes tasks and shows desirable behaviors, he/she receives a pie
FREE #kindnessnation #weholdthesetruths resource. Search these hashtags for forever freebies about kindness, empathy, and civics. Kindness is essential. This download is CBT inspired, which means the activities are based in a counseling theory which data shows is very effective. CBT, or Cognitive
Fill a Bucket with Kindness A unique take on the bucket filling lesson! After reading the book: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud and completing an activity for understanding - take the class out into the school and commit Random Acts of Kindness. Leave behind your "kindness card" to
Here are some great Random Acts of Kindness Scratch-off Tickets! The purpose of this engaging activity is to encourage your students to be productive citizens in the classroom and out in the community. Students will periodically scratch off a square on their Random Acts of Kindness Scratch-off Ticke
FREE #kindnessnation #weholdthesetruths resource. Search these hashtags for forever freebies about kindness, empathy, and civics. Differences should build bridges, not walls. As educators we know that ignorance leads to fear of people who are different, and that fear can quickly turn to hate. This
Everything you need to teach about internal and external locus of control is right here. Help your students understand the difference between internal and external locus of control and gain a complete understanding of how it is applied in real life. Included is: -An information sheet explainin
Incorporate Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week with your School Counseling Week or use this activity pack for any week of the year! Included in this 7-page PDF activity pack is: - A teacher example memo to outline the activities for the week (email me at apoovey@hotmail.com for an editable Word ver
This is a quick, 1 page social story to support students who have difficulty following adult instructions and/or argue with adults when asked to do something. It discretely teaches a replacement behavior in a simple 1,2,3 format. When an adult speaks to me, the only thing I should say is "Yes Ma'am"
Already made labels for Twizzlers to use during Red Ribbon Week.
"The Kindness Boomerang" is a lesson that students will remember for years to come! Whether you are a school counselor or teacher, you can use this lesson to teach your students the importance of giving, sharing, caring, and respect for others. There are so many messages one can take from the vide
These 21 love notes are perfection for showing your affection year-round! Note: These have been offered for free for SheLivesFree.com subscribers.
Put the kids to work! Letting students participate in school-wide jobs develops ownership and responsibility. Our students LOVE having school jobs! I hope your students will too! Enjoy! Check out these other products too! A Bundle of Habits Grief Monster - Small Group A Conflict Resolution Gu
A free ready-made checklist to build character and nurture classroom community. This kindness challenge will have students engaged for hours or days and is perfect for participating in Random Acts of Kindness Day, Pay It Forward Day or World Kindness Day in February, April and November.Students comp
Help your students to develop their character, confidence, and leadership skills by starting an S. O. S. club in your school. S. O. S. stands for Serving Our School. The S. O. S. Club is a student leadership club designed to have students provide service to their school. In the S. O. S. club, studen
This is a social story primarily for elementary level students struggling with anger, specifically yelling. This 11-page story gives the students options to handling their anger that are school-appropriate and non-disruptive. Comes with fun, original images and colorful pages. Hope you and your st
The activities in this packet relate to school counseling and can be used with the character trait courage. It includes five activities and an answer key page. It provides opportunities for the students to be creative and it gives several scenerios to help students understand when courage can and
A lesson on Thanking Our Heroes. This is a lesson that is great for a day lesson or a lunch bunch activity. Students think of people who make them feel good and think of ways that they can thank them. My students enjoy sharing about their heroes. We keep it simple and fun. FREE in the "Together
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Get Organized!This Google sheet download is for Resource Teachers to organize information for their caseload. It has 5 tabs of organization (snapshot, services, accommodations, data, progress monitoring). It allows you to keep IEP information available and always accessible.This product is completel

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