“I Feel, I Can: A Coping Skills Toolbox to Assist Behavior Regulation” is a flexible resource for teaching students coping skills to help them become better able to regulate their emotions and behavior. In addition to an interactive visual support it contains materials to teach each of twelve specific coping skills. It is appropriate for a wide range of learners and can be taught in a variety of settings. $
Teaching our young students the difference between friends and bullies should be a priority during those first few weeks of school! This simple, low-prep pack is here to help you in a FUN way to let your students hear, see, and sort the facts between friends and bullies with a dinosaur
The Very Angry Day That Amy Didn't Have Book Ages: 4-10. By Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D. and illustrated by C. Brenna. Margaret and Amy are two girls in the same class who are coincidentally both having a very difficult day. While Amy finds ways to solve the various problems she encounters, Margaret always makes things worse by her reactions. This simple but poignant book is an excellent tool to help young children learn alternatives to getting angry.
Mini Skinny Oreo Cheesecakes that have just 111 calories each make a decadent and delicious dessert that's guilt free. These mini oreo cheesecakes are easy to make, taste amazing, and are the perfect size for a diet friendly dessert.