Books for Children and Teens from Boys Town Press

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This comical story teaches flexible thinking. Learning how to react appropriately to challenging situations is an important executive function skill Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Bryan Smith, Help Kids, Screwed Up, Asd, New Books, Flexibility, Things To Think About

My Day is Ruined!

This comical story teaches flexible thinking. Learning how to react appropriately to challenging situations is an important executive function skill

Students in grades learn how to ignore distractions in the classroom and take responsibility for positive behavior to focus on their schoolwork. Student Learning, Teaching Kids, Positive Behavior, My Mind, Special Education, Binder, Students, Mindfulness, Teen

The Garden in My Mind

Students in grades K-5 learn how to ignore distractions in the classroom and take responsibility for positive behavior to focus on their schoolwork.

Activities for grades to foster self-esteem, teach social skills and promote executive function. Teaching Social Skills, Executive Functioning, Low Self Esteem, The Fosters, Activities, Education, Kids, Children, Schools

13 & Counting: Does a Hamburger Really Have to Be Round?

Included in this guide for educators are activities for grades 7-12 to foster self-esteem, teach social skills and promote executive function.

Improve class meetings, build positive relationships, and teach social skills. Revitalize class meetings with short stories about teens with social dilemmas. Middle School Counselor, Positive Behavior Support, Class Meetings, Teaching Social Skills, Read Aloud, Problem Solving, Have Time, Bullying, Relationships

Everyone's Talking

Improve class meetings, build positive relationships, and teach social skills. Revitalize class meetings with short stories about teens with social dilemmas.

Classroom ideas and activities for teaching the benefit of using a social filter and choosing appropriate words to say. For students in grades Julia Cook, Biology Lessons, Social Thinking, Help Teaching, Elementary Education, School Counseling, Social Skills, Book Activities, Classroom Management

I Can't Believe You SAID That! Activity Guide for Teachers

Classroom ideas and activities for teaching the benefit of using a social filter and choosing appropriate words to say. For students in grades K-6.

Reading this book will help young people understand the thrill of finding the passion and joy life has to offer, regardless of the challenges they face. Social Emotional Development, Executive Functioning, Great Life, Positive Attitude, Young People, That Way, The Book, Joy, Concept

ZEST: Live It!

This illustrated book written in rhyme introduces the executive function skill of zest to young people in grades 4-12 aiming to generate more energy and

If Winning Isn't Everything, Why Do I Hate to Lose? by Bryan Smith Paperback) for sale online Elementary Counseling, School Counseling, Elementary Pe, Bryan Smith, Emotional Child, Social Skills Activities, Leader In Me, Social Thinking, Physical Education

If Winning Isn't Everything, Why Do I Hate to Lose?

In this children's book, children in grades K-6 learn that practicing good sportsmanship can help them have more fun playing any game, whether winning or losing

Winning is fun and losing can be hard but being a good sports is the most important. Get tips from Bryan Smith in his latest blog post here.  His newest book is a great read aloud to help kids learn what sportsmanship is get it now from Boys Town Press I boystownpress.org Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Bryan Smith, Help Kids, Read Aloud, Social Skills, Asd, New Books, Teen

Teachable Moments | Boys Town Blog

Boys Town saves children and heals families, giving them the hope they need to turn their lives around. With services that reach nationwide, Boys Town gives kids a safe, caring environment to develop the social skills, behavior and confidence to succeed, and offers fragile families the chance to stay together or reunite whenever possible.

This set of colorful posters remind kids to use a social filter by Choosing Appropriate Words and Analyzing Social Situations before speaking. Julia Cook, School Counseling, I Cant, Social Skills, Classroom Management, Believe In You, Childrens Books, Thats Not My, Learning

I Can't Believe You SAID That! Poster Set (2 Posters)

This set of colorful posters remind kids to use a social filter by Choosing Appropriate Words and Analyzing Social Situations before speaking.

Using Your Social Filter: Literature Link and Activity I think the book, I Can’t Believe You SAID That! A Story about Using My Social Filter by Julia Cook, is one of the very best books writt… Teaching Rules, Teaching Social Skills, Help Teaching, Teaching Strategies, Julia Cook, Angry Words, Rules And Procedures, Self Development Books, School Social Work

I Can't Believe You SAID That!

In this children's book, children in grades k-6 learn to use a social filter to avoid speaking hurtfully or disrespectfully in school or at home.

Classroom ideas and activities for teaching the benefit of using a social filter and choosing appropriate words to say. For students in grades Julia Cook, Biology Lessons, Social Thinking, Help Teaching, Elementary Education, School Counseling, Social Skills, Book Activities, Classroom Management

I Can't Believe You SAID That! Activity Guide for Teachers

Classroom ideas and activities for teaching the benefit of using a social filter and choosing appropriate words to say. For students in grades K-6.

Help children in grades 3 - 8 with these downloadable activities to help students set goals and work towards them. Purchase the entire guide which includes all 21 activities, or buy a single activity for just $1.95. I boystownpress.org Self Determination, Skills To Learn, Character Education, Setting Goals, Social Skills, Lesson Plans, Curriculum, Students, Classroom

The Power of Self-D Downloadable Activity Guide eBook

This downloadable activity guide aims to help children in grades 3-8 work on their self-determination by setting goals and working towards them.

This activity guide for grades includes classroom activities and ideas that teaches children about self-acceptance and positive changes. Core Learning, Similarities And Differences, Peer Pressure, Self Acceptance, Classroom Activities, Positive Changes, Step By Step Instructions, Teaching Kids, Positivity

Is There an App for That? Activity Guide

This activity guide for grades K-5 includes classroom activities and ideas that teaches children about self-acceptance and positive changes.

Is There an App for That?: Hailey Finds Happiness Through Self-Acceptance by Bryan Smith Bryan Smith, Teacher Books, Peer Pressure, Self Acceptance, Helping Others, Teaching Kids, Self Help, Good Books, Activities

Is There an App for That?

This humorous book for grades K-5 teaches children about self-acceptance and positive changes. Help children realize their strenghts and resist peer-pressure.

Easy-to-use lessons to accompany Spacing Out! storybook and emphasize the skill of “ Activities support Common Core and Social Skill Development for grades Effective Time Management, Teacher Books, Training Materials, Critical Thinking Skills, Self Motivation, Behavior Management, Social Skills, Small Groups, Teaching Kids

Spacing Out! Activity Guide

Lessons and activities to accompany Spacing Out! storybook. Activities support Common Core and Social Skill Development for grades K-5.