Teach your students how to make SMART goals in terms that they will understand with this highly interactive PowerPoint. There are several different variations of what each letter means, but I've personally found the most effective to be: Specific, Measurable, Action-based, Realistic, and Timely.Mac-f
Communication calendars are a way for teachers to make the home/school connection easy. We all know we need to communicate a variety of things, such as behavior, events at school, non-school days, etc. By using these EDITABLE Communication Calendars you will be able to keep track of student behavior
This friendship quiz show is a fun way to teach qualities of a healthy peer relationship. Students distinguish between a true friend and a frenemy with an interactive game and companion worksheet. This game is an interactive powerpoint slideshow. To play, choose "start slideshow" and start clickin
Do your students tattle frequently? This interactive PowerPoint teaches students the difference between tattling and reporting in a fun and memorable way. Your students will love this PowerPoint!
Mac-friendly version included! (PowerPoint still required)
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Tired of hearing insincere apologies from students? This interactive PowerPoint is designed to help students make more effective apologies using the 4-step apology approach. If your students have trouble apologizing, this is for you!
Step 1: I'm sorry for______
Step 2: It was wrong because_______
This is a story about a monster that comes to school and does not obey school rules. This is a great way to remind students about following directions, staying on task and being respectful of others.
This makes a great Counseling and Guidance Lesson.
You can print this out and make it into a book or
4 Reasons To Teach Social Skills to Non-Verbal Students (Autism). A short video to give ideas for encouraging social skills in students with autism and related special needs.
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Social Skills Printables
Are you looking for social skills materials on sarcasm, emotional tone and/or ELA materials on teaching formal and informal tone? Are you wanting appropriate materials for middle and high school students? Are you hoping that pictures depicting emotional tone are real photographs? Is it too much to
Teach your students the importance of being respectful with this fun, interactive PowerPoint!
Respect is such a broad topic to teach to children. There are so many different aspects, but I've chosen to focus on three big parts of respect that are relevant to elementary students.
1) Follow the Gold
Smile! It's Dental Health Month! This healthy smile unit includes a PowerPoint presentation about dental health to view and discuss with students, a dental health craftivity that is sure to make you smile, a healthy and unhealthy foods sorting activity, and a dental health cut and paste flip book.
All About Middle School Quiz Show, modeled after a popular prime time TV Quiz Show, helps talk to 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classes about the transition from elementary school to middle school. It's a fun and engaging way to talk about classes, school procedures, elective offerings, and tips for succes
This School Counselor Introduction Lesson is intended to be used with elementary students. The packet is designed to provide you with everything needed to introduce yourself and the role of the school counselor. No planning is required, the packet comes with a Lesson plan, Slide Show Presentation, Sp
Teach your students the importance of being kind and caring with this interactive PowerPoint! This PowerPoint teaches students to spread acts of kindness, help others, express gratitude, forgive, and listen and understand others—all powerful elements of being a kind and caring individual.
Children (and adults) have a difficult time with emotions. Many children have trouble recognizing how they are feeling and often think they are bad or wrong for feeling certain ways. Some kids get taken over by their emotions, and other try to shun negative emotions all together, neither of which is
Do your students tend to think every conflict is bullying? Do they often mistake someone being mean for bullying? The first PowerPoint in this bundle helps teach students the difference between normal conflict and actual bullying. The second PowerPoint teaches students what they can do to prevent bul
What do you get when you combine role playing, art making, imagination, team collaboration, and conversations about stress management? An interactive Game Show...about Coping Skills!
This FuN!, LOW-PREP, EDITABLE, interactive lesson & game can be used as a stand-alone classroom lesson about C
What is a career?
Now with Clipart!!
Explore career domains with an interactive trivia game. Pick your category and your points value! Fully interactive PowerPoint game. Play with a full class or small group. Includes timer bar and home button. This lesson can be done 1st-3rd grade
Friendship Skills Classroom Feud (Family Feud inspired) Game is a great way to teach friendship skills to students. Split your class or group into teams and then let them compete against each other to control the game board and win points! This PowerPoint game includes 6 rounds with directions, a h
This free Power Point presentation features a title page and 10 slides with tips and advice for families on how to help their child have a successful school year.
The text and images are not editable. Each slide is saved as a jpeg. However, you are free to delete slides that you do not need, rearra
High School Here We Come Game Show Game, modeled after a popular prime time TV Quiz Show, helps talk to 8th grade classes about the transition from middle school to high school. It's a fun and engaging way to talk about graduation requirements, school procedures, elective offerings, and tips for suc
Professional Development Done!
Professional Development to be used with teachers, counselors, and other school personnel. Fully resourced with hyperlinks to more resources. Everything you need to teach a PD on growth mindset. Includes information about the book "My Fantastic Elastic
Big vs Little Problems using Problem Solving Choices SMARTboard &
Bring peace to your classroom by teaching kids to how to be their own problem solvers. This fun lesson uses kid friendly visuals and examples to teach specific conflict resolution strategies. It also
Do your students tend to think every conflict is bullying? Do they often mistake someone being mean for bullying? This PowerPoint helps teach students the difference between normal conflict and actual bullying.
The definition I've chosen for bullying in this PowerPoint is:
Someone who purposely hu
This bundle of counseling tools includes many topics that are important for school counselors. You will find these very useful for small groups, individual counseling and whole group instruction.
Includes all of these products from my store:
Bulletin Board Bundle (Three Printable Counselor Bulleti
SQ3R is a reading comprehension and study skills strategy for understanding non-fiction text. Learning to use the SQ3R method will help students to understand passages in textbooks, on standardized testing, and in nonfiction books used for research. This Power Point presentation can be used with the
Fun game for students to play in small groups while reviewing academic success tips. Students learn from each other and formulate a goal at the end of the lesson. Game format follows "Family Feud" style. Fun way to review ways to improve academic performance, organization, and study skills. Can b
This stress busters presentation is editable and includes coping skills for handling anxiety. Students will be equipped with the tools to handle the stress of daily life and the demands of school. Reduced Student Stress = Higher Academic Achievement = Equals Higher Teacher Evaluation Score
Tattling: Should I Tell or Grow Thick Skin? Power Point presentation on telling, tattling, when to seek help, when to ignore, bullying, mean kids, and how to tell the difference. This presentation has helped my students understand that some problems are bigger than others. It helps them understand
Stealing is a sticky subject to talk about. The purpose of this interactive lesson is to lead an open discussion with students on what stealing is in a question and answer format, so it is non-threatening. When using this lesson in a large group, I use with computer technology to allow for students t
Teach your students the importance of being a good citizen with this interactive PowerPoint! This PowerPoint teaches students to obey laws and rules, protect the environment, volunteer in the community, vote, and work to improve their school and community.
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Change is inevitable. Everyone experiences change throughout their entire lives. It is important that school counselors teach students how to manage strong feelings when change does take place. . When children learn to cope with change at a young age, they grow up to become more resilient teenagers a
Social Stories are used for teaching kids behavioral expectations. They work great with kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Social Emotional Behavioral Difficulties (SEBD)
Some kids have problems when they get angry...they either suppress the
This is a collection of some of my popular PowerPoint lessons focused on character. Perfect for counselors or any teacher that wants to emphasize character in their classroom! Save almost 40% by bundling!
Included are the following PowerPoints:
Paired with the book "Bully B.E.A.N.S." by Julia Cook, this power point and activity will teach students about the definition of bullying, the four types of bullying as well as learn how to put a stop to bullying. A nice touch at the end is to provide Bully Beans (jelly beans) to the students!
This technology lesson helps students assess if they have a technology addiction and ways to stay safe on social media. The powerpoint is called a "Cyber Survival Guide" because it is hard these days for students to survive the vicious circle of social media and cyberbullying.
For use by teachers,
Students LOVE this activity. Pre-make ziplock bags with 18 m&ms, 33 m&ms, and 61 m&ms in them. Have Ss count their m&ms, and then use this beautifully colored powerpoint to explain the correlation between education and higher salaries.
This game is designed to help students learn about divorce, while expressing their thoughts and feelings about their own family situation. The interactive trivia game (in Microsoft Powerpoint) contains 24 EDITABLE questions of the following varieties to keep even your most active students engaged an
An 8 page social story using the good vs. evil minions to prompt discussion about how to be a super star minion. The story speaks specifically to unstructured areas of the school building- hallways, restroom, cafeteria, and special classes. It also gives techniques to use when thinking about impulse
Teach your students the difference between tattling and reporting with this easy to understand story.This cute story can be use individually, in a small group or as a whole class lesson. Read this simple story with your younger students to help them identify the difference between tattling and report
What do you get when you combine Julia Cook's Soda Pop Head, role playing, drawing, imagination, and team collaboration? The Soda POP Head GAME SHOW!
This fun, interactive anger management lesson & game is the perfect supplement to Julia Cook's book, SODA POP HEAD . This classroom lesson is LOW-
What do you get when you combine role playing, drawing, imagination, experiential mindfulness activities and team collaboration? The Mindfulness Game Show!
This FuN!, LOW-PREP, EDITABLE, interactive lesson & game can be used as a stand-alone classroom lesson about Mindfulness, as an introduct
This lesson will help students not only understand the process of writing a SMART goal, but will also understand the importance of creating goals for themselves.
SMART Goal Setting includes a powerpoint presentation, student notes, a guided practice activity, and a short formative assessment.
This is the second collection of some of my popular PowerPoint lessons focused on character. Perfect for counselors or any teacher that wants to emphasize character in their classroom! Save 40% by bundling!
Included are the following PowerPoints:
Show your school the value of your work by explaining your Comprehensive School Counseling Program at the beginning of the school year with this Meet the Counselor presentation. As an ASCA RAMP award winner for 2016, I have found that support from from parents, teachers, students, and the community i
This PowerPoint can be used as a slideshow in a classroom lesson, small group counseling, or guidance lessons. It can also be used when working with students one-on-one on peer relationships. These slides can also be used to make hallway displays or to decorate bulletin boards. The slides can als
This game is designed to help students learn about anger and appropriate ways to control it. It contains 24 EDITABLE questions of the following varieties to keep even your most difficult students engaged and learning:
- Act It!
- Talk it Out!
- True or False?
This lesson is planned
What do you get when you combine literacy, role playing, drawing, imagination, and team collaboration? Making Friends Is An Art GAME SHOW!
This FuN!, LOW-PREP, EDITABLE, interactive lesson & game is the perfect supplement to Julia Cook's book, Making Friends Is an Art. This classroom lesson