Feelings Parking Lot: Game/activity to practice feelings identification & coping strategies
Therapeutic Interventions: Feelings Parking Lot
Book: The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins
The Sensory Child Gets Organized - The Sensory Spectrum
Excellent article and website about how and why to use games in therapy, along with lots of links for various therapeutic games and even a website for making your own with blank boards, cards, and pieces! A marvelous resource!
Using Games in Therapy - Social Work Helper
School Counseling Needs Assessment
Teach students "Hot Chocolate Breathing" (or drink of their choice!) as a calm down strategy: take a deep breath in to smell the rich aroma and blow on the hot chocolate to cool it.
The Mask of Anger
6 Following Directions Games for Kids - Coffee Cups and Crayons
5 Ways Kids Use Working Memory to Learn by Amanda Morin - "Working memory is like a mental sticky note that keeps track of short-term information. Two kinds of working memory work together: auditory memory and visual-spatial memory. Help your child strengthen working memory skills." For more on Executive Functioning, see: http://ncld.org/types-learning-disabilities/executive-function-disorders
5 Ways Kids Use Working Memory to Learn
Why Is Working Memory Important? Working Memory and Learning
What Differentiated Instruction Is - And Is Not featured on TeachThought
WONDERFUL Bell Curve - to use when explaining assessment scores to parents
Great for practicing describing skills.
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ATN/AIR-P Sleep Tool Kits
Sleep and Your Special Needs Child - Six changes to make during the day to help…
Sleep and Your ADHD/Autism - Six changes to make during the day to help at night
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ArtMommie: Young Explorers Class
Tips and strategies for helping children with sensory processing difficulties (SPD) get to sleep at night. Find out more at Mummy Musings an...
10 Ideas for a Stress Free Sensory Seeker Bedtime!
Resources for parents of children with Sensory Processing Disorder
5 Tips for Managing IEPs #weareteachers.... Not my favorite part about being a school SLP...maybe this will help
We Are Teachers
I am doing this today.
Wild & Fun in Pre-K: Monday Made It
Post-it Note Counseling- have kids read through a list of "uncomfortable feelings" and write each on a separate post-it note. Next, sort the notes in order of intensity. Use this as a way to organize scattered thoughts, identify feelings, and give direction to counseling sessions.