These are small tool cards that can be given to a student to use a visual to communicate to a teacher how he/she is feeling or to help provide a visual reminder to the student of strategies he/she can use.
An easy activity for students working on identifying what is okay to say to people, and what they should keep in their thoughts. Can be used individually or as a group activity.
*I used this after reading the book Being Frank with a group of
This activity helps students use their social awareness to identify appropriate ways to interact with others when their thoughts don't match the socially acceptable responses. There are six scenarios in this activity.
This is a mini book that shows students different ways to show kind behaviors. Students can color the pictures while discussing the behaviors. The last page is for students to draw their own ideas. Pages are to be cut in half and stapled together.
This is a great resource for teaching students to identify the size of the problem when they are angry or upset. All videos are clips from different movies and engaging for students from kindergarten through 5th grade!*Some may have an advertisement