Would you like to have both August packs for a discounted price? Purchase this Dual Activity Pack for August and receive both sets of activities with a 20% discount. If you've already purchased either August pack, you will want to buy the additional pack separately so you don't make a duplicate purchase.
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With your purchase you will receive the following activities:
A School Counselor…: This activity includes six posters that facilitate a discussion about the role of the counselor. Two cut-n-paste worksheet options are available (male and female counselor options) Students cut and paste the phrase that corresponds with the part of the body the arrow is pointing to. (1-3)
The School Counselor Sort: Students sort the popcorn cards into three categories: When to See the Counselor, What a Counselor Does and What a Counselor Does NOT Do. You may make sorting mats for small groups or you may cut out each popcorn box and attach each to a bag or container to sort as a whole class. This may also be used for small group sessions for new students. (2-4)
Meet the Counselor SCOOT: Your students will think about the role of the school counselor as they answer these yes or no questions in a fun game of SCOOT. (4-5)
Meet the Counselor Flip-a-Flap Booklet: Students may complete this flip-a-flap booklet after a class introduction of the counselor. You may also use this with new student groups.(2-3)
“I Met My School Counselor Today!” Booklet: Talking about feelings is a great way to introduce your role to your newest and youngest students. This section includes five feelings posters and a coloring booklet for your students to take home and share with their parents. (Just copy the two pages front to back and fold in half.) You may put your information on the front before making copies. You may want to include your telephone number as well. A second version is included for first graders or students who are ready for cutting, matching and pasting the feelings words inside the booklet. (K-1)
Citizenship – It’s a Good Citizen Round-Up! A “Wanted” poster describes to students what a good citizen does. An activity sheet for each grade K-5 is included with activities to get your students thinking about ways to show good citizenship. (K-5)
Following Rules– Each school year, there are always a few students who need reinforcement of classroom expectations and rules. This activity is great for individuals or small groups of students needing that extra reminder about what is expected. Posters come in color and black/white. The b/w versions may also be used as coloring sheets. A cut and paste activity booklet is included. (K-2)
Short & Long Term Goals- The beginning of the school year is a great time to begin setting goals. Use the posters to explain the difference between a short term and long term goal. Students may then use the four goal cards to complete the activity sheet. (3-5)
Education & Training- Use these pages to enhance your discussion of careers with your students. This section focuses only on jobs that fall under this cluster. Use booklets with younger students and create flip-a-flap booklets with upper grades. Color and b/w included. (K-5)
I have included grade levels for each activity, but you can decide how to use any of my products according to the specific abilities of your students.
Thank you for checking out August's Dual School Counselor Activity Pack! If you have any concerns or questions, please contact me so I may do my best to help you.