20 printable handouts to guide your students in writing narratives in which the thoughts and feelings of characters is the focus. Each lesson’s prompt comes from six pictures along the border of the page. For example, in the thirteenth lesson, students write a story that includes two boys on a see
This game includes several different versions of the same game with different levels of insight. Using the CBT model, this game is a hands on way for children to better understand how their thoughts, behaviors and feelings are related. Because there is a lot of printing for this game, all the page
Identifying Thoughts & Feelings are a critical part of understanding social interactions. Ideal for social groups and a fantastic resource for teachers, parents and SLPs to help teach and understand emotions and the impact our/their behaviors have on the people around them.
This unit is based on the outcomes for the Saskatchewan Health Curriculum, but will meet the outcome needs of Grade 2 Health dealing with thoughts, feelings and actions and how students can deal with their experiences. There are five lesson plans that include children's literature suggestions and ac
42 awesome APPLE EMOJI showing just how they feel and think!
This clipart would be just perfect for...
* counselor lesson
* character education
* behavior chart
* feelings lesson
* SPED resources
Add these graphics to your classroom materials and TpT items! These graphics are ju
Feelings Flowers is a small group or individual craft. It helps students understand how events, thoughts, and feelings connect. You could also use one event to compare how two students could think about it differently or feel differently.
✎ Feelings Flowers Craft Materials
This lesson is for students to realize that their thoughts create their feelings. When we expect bad things to happen we feel anxious. What we think affects (or controls) how we feel. By being mindful and paying attention to our thoughts, we can change unhelpful thoughts into helpful ones. It is
This interactive Powerpoint Presentation is an introduction to Albert Ellis' theory of Rational Emotive Behavior. It is intended to teach children that THEY are in control of their thoughts and feelings. This lesson introduces the event + thought = feeling approach to self control and coping with
This resource will help children to understand how their thoughts affect their feelings and how those feelings affect their actions or behaviour. That behaviour then reinforces their initial thoughts. When children think negative or bad things it makes them feel bad. These feelings can cause them to
This Powerpoint Presentation is the second lesson in a series that teaches children the principals of Rational Emotive Behaviors based on the theory of Albert Ellis. Part 2 focuses on the "External Locus of Control" and how it impacts our thoughts and feelings. Children will understand that when w
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Let’s THINK About Feelings, Emotions, and Stress is Volume #1 in the series, Cognitive Behavioral Support for Young Hearts and Minds. This volume sets the foundation for self-awareness and mindfulness with activities to help children
Thinking Thoughts Social and Classroom Skills Story Cards are a great resource for educators looking to teach their students about social behaviors. This is the first mini course in the unit. The course is meant to be taught over a week - can be spread out further, or condensed depending on your s
Help your students think about thinking! This presentation is broken up into three parts: 1. It helps students learn to listen to and identify their own thoughts 2. Students will understand that their thoughts are connected to their feelings and actions 3. Students will learn how to change your own
This Powerpoint Presentation is the third lesson in a series that teaches children the principals of Rational Emotive Behaviors based on the theory of Albert Ellis. Part 3 focuses on the "Internal vs. External Locus of Control" and how it impacts our thoughts and feelings. Children will understand
Spry Sparrow has a wonderful mother, a spacious backyard, and plenty of bugs to fill her belly. So why is she so unhappy? Perhaps it's because her neighbors, the colorful painted buntings, are so vibrant that Spry becomes jealous, feeling that her brown and white feathers are ordinary and drab. But
I wanted to start giving students the opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings on a regular basis in my classroom. I created these slips so students can pick them throughout the week and share with me some of the things that are going on in their life either in school or out of school.
This social story is intended to help students with special needs such as autism, downs syndrome, or pragmatic language disorder learn to identify emotions how emotions are consequences of behavior. People have negative thoughts or positive thoughts about others based on one's behavior - essentially
This is one of my favorite reflection tools to use with students! I have used it as a student response to literature, current events, newspaper articles, movies and more! It works as a stand-alone writing activity, a response to reading or in any curricular area. It is a simple but effective way to
It's extremely important as teachers to be aware of what our students are thinking or feeling from day to day. This sheet is perfect for laminating and putting on each child's desk for them to fill out as a part of their morning routine. This daily activity provides teachers some insight on how the
Help kids and young adults practice mindfulness to help promote happiness, attention, and emotional control. Mindfulness activities include listening to music, coloring, making crafts, and much more. Activities are specifically tailored to kids and young adults.
Mindfulness means being present in t
Understanding Perspective taking and Theory of Mind is a topic that is very difficulty for children with social cognitive learning delays. This social thinking skill often impacts children with autism, ADHD or nonverbal learning disability. This speech therapy activity is meant to help children unde
A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) game for small group counseling or individual counseling working on understanding feelings and emotions, negative thoughts, coping skills, and perspective taking. The Helper Squad is a set of engaging characters that help younger students understand these more ab
Reusable Cognitive Behavioral CBT Worksheets to support elementary school students make the connection between feelings, thoughts and actions. Activities support behavior change in students by allowing them to see behavior patterns in a concrete way. These CBT Worksheets help kids go through a step
Help kids and young adults practice mindfulness to help promote happiness, attention, and emotional control. Materials include activities, task cards, and posters. Mindfulness activities include listening to music, coloring, making crafts, and much more. Activities are specifically tailored to kids
I have been teaching this Computers course for over 12 years (2-4 classes each year). Each time I teach these lessons, I update and refine them with new videos, screen shots, instructions, student exemplars etc.
NOTE: This whole computers course is divided into 2 parts. Due to the size of the
These 76 task cards include real-life scenarios for students to practice flexible thinking skills. Flexible thinking means being able to perspective take and understand situations in more than one way. Scenarios include a variety of situations, including at home, at school, and with friends. Each ta
Thought traps are negative ways of thinking that interfere with our mood and behaviors. By being aware of our thinking, we have power over changing how we feel for the better and making prideful actions.
Included in this product are 80 pages of visual handouts, posters, game, and worksheets that d
Too many ants at a picnic can be frustrating. Similar to cognitive distortions, too many Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTS) can foster negative feelings, such as worry and anger.
Below is what is included in this cognitive therapy game:
1. A brief story with images describing ANT metaphor.
Help kids and young adults practice mindfulness to help promote happiness, attention, and emotional control. Mindfulness brain breaks can help kids regain focus, inner calm, happiness, and promote a positive classroom climate. Cards include 24 unique guided activities in both color and black/white f
This set of 52 feelings, thoughts, and emotions task cards was designed as a therapeutic intervention to help counselors, educators, and parents to engage children in expressing their unique voices and stories. The open-ended nature of the sentence completion prompts encourage children to identify
Use this paper fortune teller craft to teach and practice positive thinking skills and positive self-talk. Kids and young adults will choose positive affirmations and thoughts and then write them on the paper fortune teller to practice and refer to, as needed. Developing strong positive thinking and
Rainbow Thinking is a strategy that helps us stretch our thinking from rigid-inflexible conclusions, sometimes called Black or White thinking that promotes anxiety and despair to adaptable-flexible solutions that help us feel empowered and hopeful. This is an important tool for building friendships.
Students will learn to demolish their anxiety and worries with this comprehensive group counseling curriculum that can also be used for individual student counseling. This curriculum that incorporates CBT strategies is appropriate for students as young as grade 3 up to grade 7.
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This emotions & feelings SEL curriculum includes 5 detailed, research-based lessons filled with hands-on and mindful activities that encourage children to express themselves and build important social and emotional skills. The lessons and activities work great for morning classroom meetings or e
This Exploring Emotions pack is an all inclusive resource that focuses on the following emotions: happy, sad, angry, excited, silly, surprised, scared and worried and more!
Included in this pack:
- 16 X Emotion Posters COLOUR and BLACK and WHITE LINE ART (A5 size)
These posters include a coloured
Are your students missing the vocabulary for degrees of emotion to clearly express how people feel? The games, scenarios and worksheets in this set help them practice vocabulary for emotions, identify facial expressions, tell how people feel in situations and infer feelings from thought statements,
These spring themed mindfulness resources will help your students to learn about what mindfulness is and how they can practice it. Activities use mindfulness techniques such as guided imagery, thorough reflection, awareness of thoughts and feelings, close observation and deep breathing. The activiti
This NO PREP activity packet contains eighteen (18) ready-to-use printables. Just copy and go!
The scrambled paragraphs in this unit are modified from those in Scrambled Paragraph Writing Activities MINI UNIT: INTRODUCTION to better meet the needs of second and third grade students. Each scram
Upper elementary students deal with so many emotions throughout any given day - but they don't always get the opportunity to share how they are feeling.
This Daily Character Journal prompts students to reflect and think about how they are feeling. Each day, students will fill out a page about thei
Set of student worksheets to help students reframe their negative thoughts, think through what situations cause them, how they feel and how they react.
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WOW - read the reviews!! One of my best selling units!! Using STEPPED OUT writing processes, teach your students HOW TO WRITE to meet the requirements of the C.C.S.S. writing standards. This product provides you with the tools necessary to teach the process of narrative, opinion, and informative/
Literacy gurus Fountas and Pinnell describe the value of writing about reading in their book, Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency by saying, “Students’ written responses to reading provide evidence of their thinking and show they have read and understood a text, but these are not good enough reas
Very little preparation, just print and go!
This is a completely animated Power Point, in view slide show mode. Just keep clicking to see sequences numbered automatically. The PDFs are included in the zip folder. Students and teachers may move the numbers and sequenced activities in the normal mo
SOCIAL STORIES are a great way to teach important skills to children who are struggling to understand a particular social concept such as keeping certain thoughts in your THOUGHT BUBBLE.
Social stories use clear, concise language to break down information into small, explicit steps that help childr
"Isn't journaling for English class?"
Who would have thought that you can journal in math class too!!
A math journal can be used as a strategy to provide students with an opportunity to:
-reflect on their math understanding and learning
-search for real life connections
-openly write about ideas,
This bundle includes the following lessons...
1. Animoto Online Video Lesson
2. Bitmoji Create an Emoji Activity
3. Comic Life Create Comics Lesson
4. Kidblog Safe and Simple Student Blogs
5. PicMonkey Photo Editing Lesson and Activity
6. Popplet Mind Map Lesson
7. Powtoon Animated Presentations Le
This matching activity involves 10 cognitive distortions and two examples in thought bubbles of each. Based on the CBT model that if you can change your thoughts, your feelings and behaviors will change as well. Can be used with individuals, families and groups.
Also includes the CBT triangle an
Do you work with students who always say what’s on their minds? Do you have students that speak first and then think later? Do you have a student who constantly says inappropriate and unexpected things? If so, then this packet is just for you. Many students, including those diagnosed with an Autism
Do you have a kiddo who blurts out whatever is on his or her mind, without any regard to the feelings of others?
People who have autism spectrum disorders often lack the "internal" filter and say whatever pops in their head often without realizing their comment can be construed as mean or impolit
PERSPECTIVE TAKING is a struggle for so many of my students. It can be a difficult social skill to learn and to teach. I wrote these THOUGHT BUBBLE SCENARIOS activities to help my students practice a wide variety of common social scenarios that I saw them experiencing every day.
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If you're looking for additional resources to enhance your nonfiction instruction, this loaded bundle is the perfect addition for you! Your students can use these reading response sheets to organize all the deep thinking that will be taking place during