This self-assessment helps students to understand test anxiety, it's purpose, and how to manage it. It allows adults to see how anxiety impacts student(s) and gives insight on how to assist.
Survey also includes a "Coping Skills Guide" with lots of tips for test taking and ways to manage anxiety.
Counseling tools that can be used with students in kindergarten through upper elementary school. These help kids go through a sequential process when problem solving an issue, considering common occurring problems, and when thinking about how to change their behavior. Helpful when paired with emotio
A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) game for small group counseling designed to teach elementary students key cognitive behavioral skill such as identifying triggers, negative thoughts, helpful coping skills, and the impact of their behavior. This is a beginning set to help students practice new co
This is an A and B Conversation: See how to do it here!
Help students engage in a reciprocal conversation that is not self-centered.
Use this visual to guide the flow of conversation, encourage identifying the topic, and staying on it.
***Now with visual reminder to "sandwich" the meat of the con
A worksheet to help students identify how their bodies feel when they are angry. Also provides space for them to list three ways that they can handle their anger. Great for anger management groups or individual lessons!
"Gator Grief" is a collection of activities, worksheets, & handouts for elementary students. Death and grief is explained in child-friendly terminology and followed-up with simple worksheets and activities that allow children to express themselves. This product is great for both groups and indivi
Anxiety, Stress, & Worries! Oh My!
A Kid's Unit on Recognizing & Coping with Anxiety, Stress, & Worries
Our Anxiety, Stress, & Worries Unit Helps Teach Children What Exactly Anxiety is & How it Makes You Feel!! It Also Includes Several Worksheets and Activities on Ways to Cope w
Like many other school counselors, I rushed to see Inside Out when it was released. I loved most of it, and was excited by the many ways in which the movie could be used as a jumping off point for teaching about feelings. I made this set of worksheets that all, in different ways, try to get at childr
The ultimate collection of activities, worksheets, and handouts that address anxiety in elementary school children. A practical (and fabulous!) addition to your counseling toolbox.
This product contains:
2 Handouts that explain anxiety in kid-friendly terms
2 Checklists ("Coping at School" and "Scho
One of my favorite things to teach about is the concept of expected versus unexpected behavior---what does “expected” mean, can it change from one person or situation to another, and how do people feel when someone is acting in an unexpected way?
I’ve used these pages with great success in whole-c
Can you write your memoir in only 6 words? It may seem like a difficult task, but this lesson will help students identify their strengths, talents and goals to write their own 6 word memoir. This lesson plan is aligned with ASCA and NYS ELA standards.
Random Acts of Kindness Week takes place each February in order to spread kindness and teach students the value of doing a kind act for others. This Bingo game is designed to encourage students to do as many acts of kindness as possible. I used this activity in a middle school setting as a school wid
Individual Plans are useful behavior management tools for the challenging students in your class or if you are a counselor, your whole caseload! These plans are set-up to be used with individual students or with small groups. I have used these for years. Please contact me with any questions or if you
This fun “Go Fish” style game is a fun way to teach your students how to show empathy by “standing in someone else’s shoes.”
“How to Stand In Your Shoes” ‘Go Fish’ Card game (includes 25 different situation cards)
5 “I Can Stand In Your Shoes” Worksheets (students read a situation and the
Looking for all of the feelings-focused products in my store in one place? Look no further! Instead of individually having to sort through products and add them to your cart, just purchase this single bundle (and at a discount!) You’ll also receive several of my most popular feelings items that you c
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This activity teaches children how to recycle their stinky garbage thoughts (negative thought process) into recycled, more productive ways of thinking. This activity packet includes worksheets, posters, coloring pages, and positive/negative thinking
This collection is a set of 5 individual/group activities that can be used during sessions with student(s) to help them begin to build emotional regulation skills. Appropriate for grades 2.5 to 8th, the older the student the more “in depth” they can go with these, younger students vary on cognitive
This product is perfect for running anger management groups or even in individual sessions. This product includes 5 activities/reproducibles that can help students control emotions in a healthy way! The following activities are included:
1. Good/Bad ways to manage or control anger.
2. Anger Dice G
If you are like me and enjoy making things visual for children when they are learning or processing through an issue, this is the product for you. I tend to see things in pictures when I am talking to a child and hense have created these worksheets from these visualizations.
These doodles may not
I'm in Charge of Me! Games (Original, Anxiety, & Anger). Three cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) games for small group counseling designed to teach elementary students key cognitive behavioral skill such as identifying triggers, negative thoughts, helpful coping skills, and the impact of their b
This product includes materials for helping kiddos resolve their conflicts with peers :) Great for classroom guidance, small groups, and individual counseling sessions! This product includes the following: Preview is available also :)
1. The S.C.O.O.P. on Conflict Resolution: The S.C.O.O.P Acronym g
The Coping Captain Strategies Workbook is for students in grades K-4 that would benefit from practice identifying coping skills, when to use them, and how to use them. The workbook focuses on using an ocean theme with a Captain in charge of coping to make the concept more engaging to students. It is
Boundaries are like invisible fences. When used appropriately, they help protect our bodies, protect our thoughts, and protect our feelings from inappropriate, mean, or cruel behavior from others.
This adorable game helps encourage awareness of one's boundaries and friendship rules with how they ex
This is a worksheet to use when counseling students regarding self esteem. Students write things that increase their self esteem on the inside of the "bubble". On the outside of the bubble, students write things that bring them down, or try to "pop the bubble" of self esteem. Encourage students to r
Say It or Filter It File Folder Unit
A Kid's Unit on Recognizing Things that are Okay to Say & Things We Should Not Say.
The File Folder Game has 2 Mason Style Jars Labeled: "Say It" (Thumbs Up) & "Filter It" (Thumbs Down). Read the Phrase Card and Place it on the Correct Jar!
Behavior, Goal Setting, and Tracking Success to target specific behavior issues.
A variety of forms and printables for targeting specific behaviors, both behavioral and academic, setting goals and tracking success and praise.
All forms are included with 2 and 4 to a page to save on paper and printin
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can be an incredibly effective tool in school settings. It is skill based, short term, and problem specific. These CBT Maps are great for helping kids practice the skills taught in counseling sessions through a concrete format with engaging characters. Check out the
Meet Miss Take Unit
A Children's Unit on Mistakes
Our Meet Miss Take Unit Designed for Children's to Learn About Making Mistakes, Fixing Their Mistakes, & Apologizing!
Over 15 Pages of Learning!!
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This fiesta themed MEGA-activity pack will teach young children five important skills to help them make and keep friends. Children will learn to S.P.I.C.E up their friendships by learning how to 1) Speak kindly toward friends, 2) Put themselves in their friend’s shoes (
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
Behavior you want to reinforce or decrease?
Help manage behavior with a variety of forms and printables for goal setting and tracking praise.
The goal setting forms in this packet can be used for a variety of academic and social behavior goals, both short and long term. They can used for individua
Completely editable! 15 social stories and instructions for parents and teachers.
- appropriate affection
- coming to the carpet
- going to speech or OT
- going to the bathroom
- nice talk and friendly words
- participating in class
- picking skin
- self advocacy and gentle voice
- instructions for p
Good Choices VS Bad Choices
A Cut & Paste Work Sheet Set
Our Good Choices VS Bad Choices Set is Designed for Children to Learn The Difference Between Good Choices and Bad Choices in Over 20 Different Real Life Scenarios!
Over 40 Pages of Good & Bad Choices!
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Most of heard of the popular saying, "When Life Gives You Lemons...Make Lemonade." This activity packet focuses on this theme. Children are faced with sour lemon moments every day. It is important that children learn how to be resilient when faced wi
Use these 3 cut and paste activities to teach your students important conflict resolution skills! Students will learn about what a compromise is and how to make a compromise, they will differentiate between fair and unfair ways to solve conflicts, and they will learn to consider which conflicts they
Conflict is an inevitable part of life, so having healthy strategies for dealing with it is crucial. The concept of the Conflict Escalator is from the book Teaching Conflict Resolution Through Children’s Literature by William J. Kreidler.
Included are four pages that may be used separately or as a
This resources includes 3 activities to help students with self control! These activities are based off of the book "Clark the Shark" by Bruce Hale, however you do not need the book to use the activities. Activities include: a flap book to help students create rhymes to help with self control, a cut
I use this diagram frequently in counseling with other CBT Tools to help explain the relationship between Thinking, Feeling, and Acting. I have students complete the worksheets following a problem or a success they experience.
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Looking for all of the social skills/friendship-focused products in my store in one place? Look no further! Instead of individually having to sort through products and add them t
This resource includes a poster, puzzle, fill in the blank worksheet, word games worksheet and printable cards to help students learn coping skills. There are nine coping skills covered, each with corresponding pictures. This is a great resource for non-readers and readers.
Can use activities indivi
I am a huge fan of Carol Dweck’s research on growth mindset. One of my favorite concepts that she talks about is the power of the word, Yet. By adding the word Yet to fixed mindset statements, you teach children to persevere toward their goals. For example, instead of “I can’t do it”, students learn
It’s no secret that teachers have one of the most stressful jobs on the planet. That’s why it’s important for us to be proactive about stress prevention. In our experiences we’ve found that there are six key actions we can do to help minimize stress: organize, stay positive, have fun, get healthy, re
Everyone has an inner dragon. I( actually had mine come pay me a visit today.) Your inner dragon represents the unhealthy thinking habits that create feelings of anxiety, stress, anger, or depression in children.
This product is designed to help children learn how to defeat their inner dragon. Chil
Reflection Sheet for Restorative Justice Sheet
Now you can type the name of your school into the reflection sheet!
Remodeled with KG Fonts and Melonheadz Illustrating Lightbulbs!
**Used in a Center-Based Special Education Classroom for Grades 6-8**
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This activity encourages feeling identification, is quick, highly versatile and fits well with the affect regulation component of TF-CBT.
Have your client write out a list of feelings present in their lives. This could be in general or related to a specific situation/event or person.
Then have the
Therapeutic activities to be used in combination to the award winning bereavement book "Tear Soup: A Recipe for Healing After A Loss." http://www.griefwatch.com/tear-soup/tearsoup.html
The healing activities that could be used for the loss of a person or pet include the following:
These counseling activities are for counselors, psychologists, and social workers working with students in grades 1-4 that need practice identifying thought errors, how to spot them, and ways to use realistic (Just Right) thinking. The workbook focuses on using a science and lab theme to make the con
As a former English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher, I worked in lots of different collaborative settings. I designed this chart of the most popular collaborative teaching models to help aid my conversation with classroom teachers at the beginning of the year. It served as a great tool when brains
A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) game for small groups focused on anxiety and teaching cognitive behavioral skills. This games teaches elementary students key cognitive behavioral skill such as identifying triggers, negative thoughts, helpful coping skills, and the impact of their behavior. The
This product is perfect for showing children how to communicate using I-Messages with Peers! Great for classroom guidance lessons and groups! Comes complete with the following:
-"Recipe For I-Messages" Handout- In color & Black and white!
-"Whats the "I-Message"? Scenario cards