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Lisa Foxworth
Lisa Foxworth • 1 year ago

"When I Grow Up" opens the door to so many conversations and lessons about career. "When I Grow Up" could be used for a lesson about how interests influence career choice and success, the changing workplace, lifelong learning, and much more. This book is fun and engaging - it is written by "Weird" Al Yankovic! Visit School Counselor Blog ( for more innovative ideas, creative lessons, and quality resources! ($12.23).

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This a great closure activity/strategy to any lesson. Students can reflect on their learning....

Lesson: Not to delight in the misfortunes of others.

A life changing lesson...Put-ups & Put-Downs

Recipe for Success Bulletin Board Idea - used as a lesson plan with 2nd graders. (also used with kindness, friendship, etc... it varied based on what was going on in classrooms)

Picture Books About Being Different and Learning To Be Yourself - I love using books to teach my kids about life lessons.

Great lessons on distractions (identifying those in and out of the brain, beating them)

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Do you need a way to quickly assess your students' interests, attitudes, and learning styles? Try these 10 easy to use questionnaires to get to know your students preferences right away. Students will enjoy completing these simple and cute surveys. You can use the information gathered to plan your instruction and gauge how students enjoy certain lessons and/or activities. Can be used a pre- and post-assessments for individual units.

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