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    School Counseling - Self Esteem

    School Counseling - Self Esteem

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    Talking about Diversity with Children Using Playdough by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

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    Slinky Character Trait Person - FREEBIE. Students could use this to write and share about themselves.

    Slinky Character Trait Person

    children's self-portrait templates, writing prompts for september, writing prompts for back to school,

    More Back To School Helpful Ideas: Another Icebreaker

    Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!: Pieces of ME!

    Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!: Pieces of ME!

    self esteem worksheets | Self-Esteem Journal | Therapist Aid

    Self-Esteem Journal

    Lesson on understanding characters…great post!

    Mrs. Patton's Class: Understanding Characters!!

    This empathetic story captures every child's desire to be noticed and praised, and the subtle competitions that go on in a classroom. It's a book to swell every shy child's heart.

    Rosie Sprout's Time to Shine

    Giraffes Can't Dance. A 1st and 2nd grade lesson about accepting differences and recognizing what makes us special.

    Giraffes Can't Dance

    ASCA Aligned Self Esteem Activity

    What I like about me! Self Esteem Lesson and Activity

    Character Traits and Making Your Students Feel Special

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    Multiple Intelligences Survey for elementary aged kids.

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    get excited about poetry --> Hidden Message Poetry!

    Hidden Message Poetry - Imagination Soup

    Disney quotes

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    Positive self-talk shield Could also do assertive statements or ways to respond to teasing

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    Develop Self-Esteem Through Character Traits | The Helpful Counselor

    Develop Self-Esteem Through Character Traits

    Mixed Media Canvases with Kids

    Mixed Media Canvases with Kids - Art is Basic

    FREE: You're a Smart Kid: Multiple Intelligence Posters for Kids

    You're a Smart Kid: Multiple Intelligence Posters for Kids

    I Am Special. A lesson to help develop individuality and self-confidence in Second Graders.

    I Am Special | Counselor. Student. Dancer. Artist

    Inside My Head: an activity for kids

    Inside My Head - Milk and Cookies

    Students write about their strengths and weaknesses as a student. Then display as a "weight lifting" bar. (rubrics and standards, as well as weight template for download on post)

    Teaching in Room 6: Strengths and Weaknesses Display

    What a wonderful idea. I'm not sure what the original intention was for this as I haven't visited the source page yet, but when I think about using it with Miss A, here's what I think... Ask your children the ten most important things they would like YOU to know about THEM. Get to know what matters to them. Explore their thinking. Gain some insight. Delve. Discover. Delight. And do it often. Nx

    Go Fourth! With Mrs. Owens: Free Stuff

    Might be a good way to start the year (especially if you have a lot of new students). I would allow students to pick some (3, maybe) that they are willing to have shared. Then you could use it as an ice breaker also ~ Nice prompts for back to school.

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