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Working Memory, Hemisphere Integration and Attention Building Activities for Optimal Learning - Intermediate is a 53-page digital downloadable workbook that provides fun, and innovative game-like activities that teaches students mindfulness and activates both hemispheres of the brain. In addition,
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Emotion Identification Stations is a fun way to teach your younger students about how to recognize different emotions and identify feelings. Students will make their way through 3 different learning stations where they will challenge themselves by matching feeling puzzles, sorting different intensi
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Thanks for your interest in my Emotions Memory Game. This game is perfect to use throughout the school year. (I have found it to be especially helpful at the first of the year.) This game helps teach children words that enable them to better express their feelings! Great for grades Preschool - 1
This story discusses learning to poop in the potty. It helps children learn the importance of pooping in an appropriate place with fun speech. This story is for poop withholders. Poop withholding is a common occurrence in children with Autism.
Help kids learn to stand up to teasing and verbal bullying using the PDF of my picture book, Super George and the Invisible Shield, published in 2017.Kids keep saying things that make George mad. No matter how loudly he yells, they just won't stop. Worst of all, George is the one who keeps getting i
Perfect craft activity to accompany the children's book, "Ruby Finds a Worry" by Tom Percival ~ perfect for sparking conversation about emotions and the importance of expressing and sharing feelings.Great for Reading Centers for all grade levels! Read aloud the story "Ruby Finds a Worry" or watch Ma
This resource is a quick and easy companion to the book Wilma Jean the Worry Machine, by Julia Cook. It is a collection of discussion and comprehension cards to use with your students after reading the story. These cards can be used in a whole group many of my customers like to use them as a “Pair
This is a social story about rain. This story has been written to help those who have a fear of the rain. This story discusses coping strategies for this fear. This book is part of my series for children on the autism spectrum.
This document includes worksheets and color pages for students to: Identify their EmotionsAssign a color to their emotionsColor their monsterAssign their color a jarand draw a picture or write why they are feeling that emotion.
This story discusses the importance of making new friends. This can be a difficult situation for children on the spectrum. This story discusses coping strategies and ways to easily make new friends.
Help your students learn about feelings and emotions with these vocabulary cards. These cards encourage students to practice using more complex emotion words, including Embarrassed, Excited, Frustrated, Pleased, Sick, Surprised, Tired, Worried, and Jealous. This set also includes a set of cards tha
This story helps children learn appropriate personal space. It provides questions to children about when they are too close to others. This story teaches children how to ask to receive a hug from others.
This resource is a quick and easy companion to the book The Judgmental Flower by Julia Cook. It is a collection of discussion and comprehension cards to use with your students after reading the story. Just print and use with no prep and no other work involved. We’re all short on time and having a ha
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Create a Self Care Binder by printing off as many pages as you’d like. This self care journal is designed to be used for 8 weeks. With the goal of making positive changes in your mental health, self care and tracking your moods.Start your week with our weekly coloring images and dive into the journ
This Positive Behavior Adapted Book "I'm An I Can Kid," teaches students that they can form positive habits. The habits that are focused on in this book are: Always Trying Working Hard Keep Going Never Giving Up Having a Positive Attitude And Believing In Yourself This unit includes: 1 interact
Story time! Everyone can use a quick download of discussion cards without the full lesson plan to read through and learn? This resource is a quick and easy companion to the book Personal Space Camp, by Julia Cook. It is a collection of discussion and comprehension cards to use with your students aft
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Dear Counseling and Teaching Friends, This resource was created as a book companion with ready to use activities. The activities can be used for center activities, partner work, or individual activities. My goal is to make my resources prep free and easy to use, yet meaningful. Included are the foll
These cards are great for introducing feelings and emotions or for working on social skills! Low prep...just print, cut, and laminate. Perfect for writing centers, word walls, flash cards, young learners, and ESL students! Happy, sad, embarrassed, surprised, silly, proud, angry, and more. Includes a
This is a social story about sharing toys with other children.
As a resource teacher with up to four grade levels and many different reading levels at a time, I love finding activities that my WHOLE class can participate in! I have several word sorts and write the rooms in my store, but this is the first one to be completely differentiated. This product include
Add these colorful labels to your School Counseling bibliotherapy bookshelf! They can be added to book bins, magazine holders, paint sticks, and in other creative ways! Included labels: *Anger Management *Anxiety & Mood Disorders *Conflicts *Death & Dying *Developmental Disorders *Diversity
This resource is includes two versions of a quick and easy companion to the book A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue, by Julia Cook. It is a flipbook to cut, assemble and read for use with your students after reading the story. We’re all short on time and having a handy ready to go resource is always a grea
In or Out is a fabulously fun game for anyone, but it can also serve as a cognitive, remedial tool that strengthens executive functioning skills: working memory, attention to detail, management of distractions, stamina, response inhibition, as well as mental shifting and sustained attention. For rem
As a social worker, I love to read the book, "It's Okay To Be Different" when visiting classrooms. This lesson focuses on defining and celebrating diversity. Kids will make a class book to be kept in their classroom for the school year.This package includes:The lesson plan Story response template f

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