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    A more detailed one. I like the way this one adds manners and behavior as well. Also wish I could customize this one.

    I Did It Chart!

    Self talk- This is nice, but the backwards Ns in the font are driving me crazy.

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    The School Counseling Files: great ideas for anxious kids, autism, emotional regulation

    Activities for Anxious Kids

    Art Therapy Project. Something to carry in your pocket for good self talk.

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    Have student wrinkle up the paper heart (not tearing it) and then try to flatten it out. Discuss how words or actions can harm a heart and take time to heal.... Good first week of school activity!

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    Inside my head - great tool when starting therapy to find out what's on the child's mind. The child can prioritize which emotion or worry needs to be addressed first.

    Inside My Head - Milk and Cookies


    Saying #Yes In My Mess - We are THAT Family

    The Creative Counselor: Relaxing Rice. An alternative to counting to ten, help a student calm down by occupying their mind while they find all the letters in relax by turning the rice jar. Hopefully the student will get their mind off the situation long enough to calm down!

    The Creative Counselor: Relaxing Rice

    Responsive Classroom Activities

    Books Worth Reading

    7 Life Lessons You Can Teach Your Child From Frozen!

    7 Life Lessons You Can Teach Your Child From Frozen

    Tons of tips, tricks, book ideas, and freebies to build kind and caring students! Examples including curbing "tattle tounge!"

    The Littlest Scholars: A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

    this lesson plan is SERIOUSLY AMAZING. what a great way to get kids beyond the "drama." | YourKids Teacher: Erasing Meanness

    'YourKids' Teacher: Erasing Meanness

    feather breathing to calm

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    This would be neat as a formative assessment. Have the kids illustrate what they learned today, then post it on a bulletin as they leave for a "ticket out"

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    Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Free Activity, there is a great link for the book also. Great way to start the school year and as a reminder too.

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    Whether you're a new school social worker just starting out or looking to update the outdated forms you've been using since the mid 90's, this pack is sure to meet your needs!

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    Anger Management Skills for Kids

    Anger Management Skills for Kids - Fireflies and Mud Pies

    Li’l Posers: Yoga for Kids | Bicycle Pose On your mat, lie on your back with arms close to your body and palms facing down. Raise your legs so they’re perpendicular. Cycle your legs in midair as if you’re riding a bike. Then lower your feet until your heels are just off the floor. Bring your feet back up and repeat, breathing evenly throughout.

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    Bucket Filling Lesson

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    Bucket Filling

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    Therapist Aid: Free Therapy Tools

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    100 Kids Activities to Build Character - Moments A Day

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    The Weird! series tells a story of ongoing bullying from three different viewpoints: the target, the bystander, and the child doing the bullying.

    Take a Stand Against Bullying with WEIRD!

    Juice Box Bully....lesson = don't be a bystander...Terrific book to suggest to your librarian!

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    This is genius idea for students who struggle to remember classroom routines

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