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Help your kids navigate each day with this colorful command center! Make a central place for chore charts, routine checklists, and more to help kids with visual reminders. Perfect for back to school and includes a printable set you can customize! This rea

Help your kids navigate each day with this colorful command center! Make a central place for chore charts, routine checklists, and more to help kids with visual reminders. Perfect for back to school and includes a printable set you can customize! This rea

Problems, triggers & reactions. Understanding & addressing our own triggers & resulting behaviours. The start of the journey of change.

Socialthinking - Size of my Problem Poster. have them identify the problem and reaction size and draw a line. was a new problem created?

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Slow Cooker Beef and Cheese Pasta ~ a really simple and delicious meal crockpot recipe easy slowcooker recipes

I think this is important for addressing students who have (or seem to have) short attention spans. In China, mental health issues are left undiagnosed for fear that you might "lose face". I have used some of these, but I think getting the student to be proactive helps the most.

Two Awesome Visuals On ADHD for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. This is a great reminder for teachers with ADHD students that I will be sure to remember when I am a teacher.

What Causes Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) In Children? Are you tired of your child’s mood swings? Is her aggressiveness creating trouble at school? Then she might suffer from Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Read on to know more about it!

What Causes Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) In Children? Are you tired of your child’s mood swings? Is her aggressiveness creating trouble at school? Then she might suffer from Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Read on to know more about i

Great idea and easy for students to remember while in line. You can even add pictures of students when you "catch" them following the 4s. Line behavior, very positive, love it!

Corey Moore - This is a great way for young students to easily remember what to do when in line. It is easy for the students to understand the expectations, as well. Also allows room for creativity in terms of how to post it in the classroom.