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This PDF contains a mini-poster and student cards to explain the Upstairs and Downstairs Brain. Both versions contain an explanation from the students' point of view. The student version has two cards per page, as well as blank spaces to fill in with calm-down techniques that work for the individual
This has truly changed behavior in my classroom and given my students a ton of tools to identify and cope with their emotions. I love the whole brain philosophy but couldn't find any ready to go resources geared for my 2nd graders. I created this to use with my classroom and it worked so well I want
Use this amazing story about an owl that is very smart and creative but a had a big problem, he didn't know how to hunt his food or defend his home. He had to look for someone he could live with that could help him with his survival. Through this story, we are able to explain kids in a very easy way
Most of us are teaching students what “flipping the lid” means but how helpful will it be to have a comparison and visuals? I think the owl and barking dog are cute but older students think those are cheesy so here is a better option! Includes:-Description of 3 brains-Power point to teach-2 Visuals
This activity was created as a follow up activity after teaching kids about their upstairs & downstairs brain. Grades K-5.
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K - 5th
This video takes an in-depth look at what stress does to the human brain. A student that has had any adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), which most have, will suffer from a traumatic brain. This is especially interesting to note because students cannot learn in the fight-flight-flee "downstairs" b
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5th - 10th
Talking to your students about their upstairs and downstairs brain is a perfect way to help children understand and recognize their emotions. When you are in your upstairs brain, you feel good! You are happy and content and it's easy to focus and learn. But sometimes big emotion hit us and we become
Some Days I Flip My LidA WONDERFUL MINDFULNESS lesson about a boy named Max who struggles with life’s challenges and wants to FIGHT, FLIGHT, or FREEZE! With the help from his mother, he learns MINDFUL BREATHING and BREATHING ON PURPOSE! A beautiful, colorful PowerPoint accompanies the lesson which c
This Powerpoint presentation on Mindfulness and the Brain, is geared towards elementary children (Gr. 1 to 6) and provides an overview of:1. Our Brain as it relates to emotions/reactions (e.g., amygdala, hippocampus, frontal lobe). Examples provided as to how these brain parts function, and wh
The Brain and Emotions is a 2 lesson unit on the parts of the brain, how the brain controls our emotions, the hand model of the brain, what it means to flip our lid and our body's reaction to big emotions that cause flight, fight or freeze responses.► Students learn the hand model of the brain to un
Provided are five 30 minute small group counseling lessons based on building coping skills through Zones of Regulation. These lessons were taught grades 1-5 through Zoom. This bundle includes:five 30 minutes small group lesson PPTs (with notes)Parent letterPre and Post survey questions (through Goog
"Cat in the Rain" is a short story by American author Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), first published by Boni & Liveright in 1925 in the short story collection In Our Time. The story is about an American man and wife on vacation in Italy. Critical attention focuses chiefly on its autobiographical
Pitch Exit Tickets/Exit Slips provide a quick assessment of student learning. In less than fives minutes of class time, these slips can give you a student grade, learning artifacts/proof of student learning, and/or a way to determine student mastery.This set features 20 exit slips with high/low, so
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K - 3rd

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