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Help your students learn about anger management in a fun and engaging way with these two anger management games. Students will learn skills such as identifying anger triggers, identifying coping skills, and practicing responding to real life situations. These games are a great addition to your indiv
These no prep self regulation foldable activities will help students learn to recognize their feelings, understand what causes their feelings and cope with their feelings appropriately. A great addition to anger management, self control and feelings/emotions lessons. These foldable activities are pe
Behavior mapping is an effective way of teaching contingencies between choices and consequences. I love using behavior contingency maps to teach both the skill of choice making and also the responsibility of our actions and choices. These resources and activities align with CASELs core competencies
Get rid of the power struggle and empower your students! I wrote this story to help with children that protest non preferred tasks.This story teaches children how to use an important tool in self control, self talk. I show them in this story that all of us hate to do some things. It gives them the p
Our goal is to help students feel in control and confident, so they can maximize access to academic curriculum and social relationships. This bundle will help teach coping skills that students can use for the rest of they lives. Designed to help students:* Manage BIG emotions * Develop a positive se
Self-advocacy skills are important for all students but are seldom taught. Research tells us that students who can self-advocate fell more in control of their learning and stay in school longer. Why don’t students advocate? They fear that reminding teachers of their accommodations or asking too many
Self-advocacy skills are important for all students but are seldom taught. Research tells us that students who can self-advocate fell more in control of their learning and stay in school longer. Why don’t students advocate? They fear that reminding teachers of their accommodations or asking too many
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Create a Class Birthday Graph! Build Self-Esteem! Everything you need to make a bright and colorful bulletin board that teaches! Teach graphing skills and classroom community with this great beginning of the year activity and at the same time you and your students will be creating a beautiful cla
A packet of activities/games that can be used in your elementary classroom to help students learn self-regulation, impulse control, making good choices, waiting their turn, and giving words to feelings/emotions. Includes: Games/Activities; Writing ideas; Drawing/Doodling; Discussion Topics; Graphi
Self-advocacy skills are important for all students but are seldom taught. Research tells us that students who can self-advocate fell more in control of their learning and stay in school longer. Why don’t students advocate? They fear that reminding teachers of their accommodations or asking too many
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This project is meant to help students publically speak about something they are comfortable with... a personal experience or talent! It's an updated form of show and tell... but with some depth and a virtual twist!You can use this as a stand alone lesson, part of the mental health/self esteem unit
Grades:
1st - 12th, Higher Education, Staff
Desk Name Tags for Your Classroom. Fish Theme . EditableSix different styles to choose from... lines and no lines. Six colors. Six fish. Easy printable. 3 on a page. Type or write your student names. Put on your desks or tables and catch those smiles! Thank you for previewing this teaching reso
Self-advocacy skills are important for all students but are seldom taught. Research tells us that students who can self-advocate fell more in control of their learning and stay in school longer. Why don’t students advocate? They fear that reminding teachers of their accommodations or asking too many
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Students will learn to self-monitor while reading to deepen their understanding of text, realize when they need help, and discover that good readers reread and think about what they are reading fiction and nonfiction text. These bookmarks will help teach your students to reflect on their reading whi
Grades:
1st - 3rd
This is an essential teaching tool that puts the teacher in charge of the classroom while training students to get in charge of themselves. This activity trains students to have the ability to stop and think, and learn to raise their hands instead of blurting, talking out, or making sound effects. I
For high school students! A set of situations and dialogue prompts to act out with the class. Situations designed to better understand and practice self-advocacy.
Grades:
9th - 12th, Adult Education
A teacher's essential tool for teaching students to have self-management skills. They will learn to raise their hands, and not talk out, blurt, or make sound effects when the contest is on. They will only compete with themselves to improve their ability to use self control and gain a sense of accomp
A teacher's essential tool for teaching students to have self-management skills. They will learn to raise their hands, and not talk out, blurt, or make sound effects when the contest is on. They will only compete with themselves to improve their ability to use self control and gain a sense of accomp
This one sheet wonder show appropriate behaviors for just right and too much behaviors that school counselors, teachers, special education teachers, and speech teachers can review with their students struggling with self regulation.
This is a wonderful visual tool to help teach students to be aware and mindful of when their brain is distracted. Use this tool to discuss when it's okay to let your brain drift versus times when it's important to get back on track! Teach students what it means to attend and engage in order to learn
Teach self-control with this making good choices sorting activity. Students sort through positive and negatives choices and decide on alternative choices they could make. Now includes a digital version for use with Google Slides and Google Classroom for digital learning. Perfect for impulsive studen
Teach self care to students with this no prep special education reading comprehension workbook with a focus on Self Care. Teach personal hygiene in Life Skills classrooms through reading comprehension! The specific topics included in the student workbook are:  Shower/soap  Wash hair  Clip nails

Also included in: Life Skills Mega Bundle

Teach self-esteem and confidence with Chrysanthemum, by Kevin Henkes. These writing response pages are perfect to engage students in reading comprehension and author's message. Focus Skills: writing about the book to understand the story making new words from letter tilesfun pages to build self-e
Teach self-esteem and confidence with Wemberly Worried, by Kevin Henkes. These writing response pages are perfect to engage students in reading comprehension and author's message. writing about the book to understand the story learning new words - cards for displaycolor and write about the story

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