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 concept more engaging and concrete to students. Students know that scientists use facts and a process to come to conclusions. This makes it simple to explain that Dr. Positive, a scientist, comes to conclusions by using evidence. Any good Just Right Thinking Scientist would make sure she had all the facts so she didn’t come to a wrong conclusion.
Included in the Package
✎ Brief practitioner summaries for each section
✎ Doctor Positive Poster
✎ Blank Doctor Positive Student Poster
✎ Lab ID Card Craft
✎ Positive Self Talk Lab Coat Craft
✎ Doctor Positive’s Special Glasses Craft
✎ Testing Our Thoughts and Feelings Activities
✎ TRAPS or TRUE Visuals
✎ Lab Note paper
✎ Busy Observation Scenes
✎ Doctor Positive Thinking Error Cards.
✎ Dear Doctor Positive Letters
✎ Doctor Positive Recognition Cards
✎ Doctor Positive Completion Certificates.
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