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Introduce Leah Kuypers' Zones of Regulation to your students with this presentation. This lesson really gets my kids thinking! They learn about what each Zone looks like and feels like, where and when they might be in certain Zones, and begin to
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This lesson introduces the Buddy Bench! I recently got a Buddy Bench for my elementary school and have taught this lesson to every classroom so that we are all on the same page with using it properly. (See details of it's origination at
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Reinforce the Zones of Regulation with this activity! Students can color in the zone shapes, label how they might feel in each zone, and make them into signs with wooden craft sticks. Once the signs are complete you can read a picture book and
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This is a set of 20 role play skill cards that address problems that children might have on the playground. Guide your students through each problem, asking them to identify their feelings and then discussing ways to handle each situation. Students
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Reinforce the Zones of Regulation by Leah Kuypers with this coloring page! Check out the cover thumbnail for the preview. I use this coloring page with the younger kiddos in kindergarten and 1st grade, but you could use it with any grade level. The
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Review Leah Kuypers' Zones of Regulation with your class with this follow-up presentation. I wanted something to go along with my initial Zones lesson for reinforcement. I plan to refer to the Zones of Regulation all year long, so I wanted to make
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Play the game Telephone to teach students about the consequences of spreading gossip and rumors, or for teaching communication and listening skills. Includes 12 cards with silly telephone phrases. Students love when I bust out this activity! I
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This is a set of 17 role play cards to help children problem solve when they have arguments with friends or siblings. These scenarios are geared toward the typical (and usually trivial!) arguments children find themselves having with peers or
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This is designed for elementary school counselors in organizing classroom guidance lessons. I've tried a variety of ways over the years to keep my classroom visits organized and this has proved to be my best method. With almost 30 classrooms in my
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Joining a group may be easy for some kids, but for others it can be super tricky and uncomfortable! Use these 17 role play cards for lessons with an entire class, and then later on for small groups of students who need additional practice. This
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Use this worksheet with individuals or small groups to discuss what makes a good friend. Brainstorm together all the different qualities good friends can have, like honesty, loyalty, dependability, etc. This can help students find new good friends,
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Every fall I welcome new students to my school by hosting an orientation program. Students and their families are invited to come tour the school and get a lay of the land prior to Open House Night. As an elementary school counselor, I like to get
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This is a resource for school counselors who meet with students for individual counseling sessions. (Those students who come regularly.) I keep these sheets on a clipboard and grab one when I begin initial meetings with students. Once I start a form
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Introduce students to the school counselor with a fun cootie catcher! (I always called them Fortune Tellers growing up - so pick your poison!) Each flap has a question about the role of a school counselor. Questions include: What does
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Teach children about positive and negative self-talk with "weather thinking." Sunny Thinking, Rainbow Thinking, and Cloudy Thinking describe positive and negative self-talk and how each can make our bodies feel. Includes 3 small visual cards of
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Children (and even adults!) can color in the pie according to how they are feeling. The larger the slice of pie the larger the feeling. This can be used with individual students or in groups, and gives children a fun opportunity to identify their
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Students can rate their own feelings and the feelings of others. This opens up great discussions as often times our guesses about other how other people feel aren't always correct! Includes thermometers for happy, sad, mad, scared, worried, and a
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Here is another alternative to school counselor documentation forms. Use this for students you see on a regular basis. I keep these in a binder by grade level and add information as I work with students. I keep my binders close by so I can quickly
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From the children's book, "1, 2, 3, A Calmer Me," children will learn to sing a rhyme to help them calm down. This single worksheet is a great activity after reading the book and practicing the rhyme with your class. The worksheet includes the rhyme
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Use these letters as guides to help you describe your small groups to parents. Includes examples of letters for worry groups, divorce groups, friendship groups, and lunch bunches and can easily be changed to fit any other kind of group. I keep my
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been an elementary school counselor for 12 years (and have loved every minute!) and currently work in a K-5 elementary school. I work with students via classroom guidance, small groups, and individual meetings. I am also the Intervention Assistance Team coordinator and the 504 Plan coordinator for my building. When I'm not taking part in one of the aforementioned duties, I am kept busy with all the other random things that come my way each day! All of my Teachers Pay Teachers items are those that I originally created for use within my own school counseling program and found to be helpful.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My goal is to connect with students on a level that allows them to feel comfortable learning and sharing with me. Creating positive relationships with students, staff, parents, and the community is what keeps my program going and the show running!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Recognized educator in April 2017 by the Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce in a community "Salute to Education."

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Counselor Education from the University of Toledo.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have a wonderful family - 2 kids, 1 on the way coming April 2019, 3 dogs, and 1 cat!

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