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These digital bad (stinky) vs. positive attitude activities for Google Slides™ and printable social filter activities were made to support small counselling groups, Grade 1 and Grade 2 with social skills and friendship skills. They will read the social stories and play the drag and drop game and then be able to extend their learning through cut and paste and writing extension activities.*Digital & Hardcopy activities includedDid you know that you can save money with the Growing Social Skills
This engaging social emotional learning social skills counseling game for first grade, second grade, third grade classes or small counseling groups, is filled with fun llama clipart and questions to support character education. Scenarios support social skills, learning skills and emotional regulation. The goal is to bring more awareness to students' actions and to strengthen the relationship of the players.This includes: 1 - Game board with abbreviations for black and white printing options1 - G
When I started looking for a social skills curriculum for a group I was starting, I had trouble finding something that would work. My groups run during lunch, and I don't know about your school, but our lunch never ends up being a full 30 minutes! By the time the kids stood in line (even if they were in the front!) and came to my room, we had 25 minutes tops. A lot of the lessons that I found were just too long, so I started developing my own. I tried to make activities and discussions meaningfu
School Counselors know that it's next to impossible to run a full group during the typical 30 minute lunch bunch. By the time you gather up your students and their lunches from the cafeteria, you've got about 20 minutes left! Add to that the fact that they also have to EAT, it's very difficult to get good content covered. That's why I've come up with a Chat-n-Chew series ... quick, lunch bunch style small groups designed to be completed within a 20 minute time period. This group is 4 sessions de
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This BUNDLE resource gives you all 10 WEEKS worth of social skills lessons for a discounted price!! Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.The following topics are targeted:-Changing topic-Greetings-Asking questions-Giving descriptions-Nonverbal langu
These rubrics were created to encourage students to self-monitor meal time manners and social skills, and notice progress towards their goals. These are used during a lunch bunch, but are also helpful to support students in carryover of skills for generalization. Please contact us with any questions or feedback at socialcognitivesolutions@gmail.com -- we hope you enjoy!
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Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 2 of content focused on TOPIC CHANGES. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic-Greet
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 8 of content focused on SARCASM/TONE OF VOICE. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing top
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This FREE resource gives you week 1 of content focused on ON TOPIC vs. OFF TOPIC. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this FREE resource, please check out weeks 2-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-C
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 5 of content focused on GIVING DESCRIPTIONS. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 2 of content focused on COMPROMISE. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-10 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic-Greeting
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 9 of content focused on PERSPECTIVE TAKING. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic-
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 7 of content focused on NONVERBAL LANGUAGE. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic-
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 4 of content focused on ASKING QUESTIONS. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic-Gr
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 3 of content focused on GREETINGS. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic-On topic/
This SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL & BEHAVIORAL sheet can be used to help students identify their strengths, weaknesses, likes & dislikes. It can also teach students who helped to shape the person who they are currently and who will help to shape them in the future. Conversations within a small group and possibly 1-1 post-completion of this worksheet may be the next step.
Have a lunch bunch social skills group either virtually or in-person? This resource gives you week 6 of content focused on ANSWERING QUESTIONS. Packed with engaging visuals, links, and student-friendly language. Use this for your lunch bunch groups to guarantee lots of fun and learning in a consistent teaching->active engagement->reinforcement structure.If you are a fan of this resource, please check out weeks 1-11 of lunch bunch fun targeting the following pragmatic topics:-Changing topic
Your students will love these Social Emotional Learning Digital Spinners! Covering 24 different SEL topics, you can use these spinners for both distance learning and in-person classroom morning meetings, community building, icebreakers, classroom guidance lessons, lunch bunches, small groups, and individual counseling. All spinners come in Google Slides™, PowerPoint™, and printable dice versions, making them perfect for remote learning, teletherapy, hybrid learning, and face to face classrooms
SEL Discussion Prompts: This social and emotional learning (SEL) daily writing prompt/conversation card set includes 150 prompts to address self awareness, self management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. Use as daily writing prompts in the classroom or as conversation cards in individual counseling, small group counseling, or lunch bunch! Now includes a digital version for use with Google Slides TM and Google Classroom TM for digital or distance learning.
This Create Your Own Social Emotional Learning and Counseling Game, now with both printable and DIGITAL options, covers 32 topics relevant to student success, growth and agency. Color and number-coded, this build your own counseling game resource acts as both 32 stand alone SEL games AND as an auxiliary device to transform your store-bought games into therapeutic interventions. Great for small groups, individual counseling, and classroom community building. Topics Covered:• Anger• Attendance•
Get Real with Boys In Mind was designed for individual counseling with boys and boys groups, now in both printable and DIGITAL formats (Google Slides™ and digital spinners) for distance learning. Topics cover boys self-esteem, friendship, social emotional literacy, relationship & social skills, media literacy, the "Boy Code," ideas about masculinity & gender, hope, optimism, and best possible future self. Although this game was designed with Boys In Mind, it works for all genders and
Break the ice and help students get to know each other with this interactive Lunch Bunch Placemat! Students explore their feelings, interests, friendships, career dreams, and more while doing fun games and writing/drawing exercises! A printable PDF for in-person groups and a digital for Google Slides™ version for virtual groups are both included. These also work beautifully for the first session of individual counseling to help break the ice and get to know a student!✨ The digital for Google Sli
Need a way to turn board games into powerful counseling tools, get kids talking, and liven up your counseling sessions? The Create Your Own Counseling Game is a great way to turn your favorite board games into a powerful counseling intervention tool. ●●● 24 no prep social emotional learning topic question prompts are included. Two versions are included. A pdf version for school based counseling and a google slides version that is perfect for virtual learning or to display on a smart board in
Get Real with Boys In Mind and Girls In Mind Bundle was designed for individual counseling with boys and girls groups. Topics cover boys self-esteem, friendship, social emotional literacy, relationship & social skills, media literacy, ideas about gender, hope, optimism, and best possible future self.Now with Digital options, using Google Slides™ and digital spinners. Use in person or during distance learning and teletherapy!Perfect for rapport building, as an icebreaker, lunch bunches, int

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