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
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
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!
Check out these other products too!
A Bundle of Habits
Grief Monster - Small Group
A Conflict Resolution Gu
Through out the school day teachers, paras, aides and therapists often find themselves guessing what a student feels and needs. At times, a student will resort to outbursts, problem behaviors or non-compliance. Responding to these forms of mal communications only reinforces them thus, teaching a s
Would you like some easy to use forms to support your peer mediation program? If so, this resource is for you. This is a time tested, effective product. Included in this great deal:* Google Link to Peer Mediation application and/or paper application form* Parent information letter* Parent Permission
This resource is a wonderful team building activity. It gives staff scenarios that would be beneficial in determining best practice for maintaining professionalism during an IEP meeting. This resource is valuable in helping staff begin the discussion on professionalism during an IEP meeting.
This poem, Definition Me, is written about the way that teenagers wear masks to hind who they truly are. They hide themselves out of fear, out of the fear of rejection, loneliness, madness, and more causes. Overall, this poem takes those feelings and forms them into a poem.
Going along with "Definition Me", The Longer I Live analyzes the essence of teenagers who wear masks. Students this age tend to put on appearances because they do not like who they are. This is a poem-like, introspective, reflection.
This transition survey has been used with all the Special Education Students on my caseload for multiple years. My district has since adopted it as our transition survey form for students with an IEP ages 14 1/2 or older. This three page form is editable to best serve your needs.
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
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
Use these cards for students who need visual reminders of what their coping strategies are. You may choose to not offer the student every strategy, or you may choose to offer them all of the strategies. Print and cut individual strategies. Laminate or tape to student's desktop as a visual reminde
A one page info-graphic to assist teachers, counselors, and other team members in deciding whether or not to refer a student for an evaluation. Summarizes the needs for interventions and data required. (Editable)
Help students increase awareness and build independent skills that allow for successful management of their academic workload. This form is designed for students to complete each week which takes a look at the following:Binder OrganizationCurrent GradesMissing AssignmentsUpcoming TestsUpcoming Long