Halloween Expected and Unexpected Behavior Choices Print and Digital Game

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Whole Child Counseling
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This resource was easy to use - I chose digital even though we were in person. The students enjoyed the illustrations and scenarios. The game even helped us to start some conversations.
I love Whole Child Counseling materials! This one was highly engaging. I have students who remembered the vocabulary for two years!
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This Halloween self-correcting print and digital social skills game is a fun social-emotional learning activity for the Fall season to review 30 different expected and unexpected behavior choices! Social-emotional learning competencies addressed include self-awareness, self-management, and responsible decision-making.

Includes: ✨

✔ 30 Scenarios to discuss

✔ Print version

✔ Digital game version

✔ Large expected and unexpected sorting mats

✔ Small expected and unexpected flip cards for each child

This resource can be used in-person on a smartboard, or with remote or hybrid learning through a screen share, or by sending the link to your students. This game uses Google Slides with a PDF to access it. Watch the preview video to check it out.

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➜ Counselors, social workers, psychologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and other related service providers who are working on self-awareness and emotional regulation skills

➜ Teachers, homeschooling parents, and other educators who want to bring more fun, engaging movement activities and social-emotional learning into their classrooms and homes

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