Need help teaching emotions to your students? Then you're going to love the five ideas presented in this blog post. Play games, watch a movie, act it out, and more! Your students will better understand various emotions, and you'll have some fun activities and lesson ideas. Great for use with special education students, those needing a lesson in empathy, character education lessons, and students who need extra help handling various behaviors or emotions. Click through for all the details now!

5 Tips for Teaching Emotions to Elementary Students - HoJo Teaches

Need help teaching emotions to your students? Then you're going to love the five ideas presented in this blog post. Play games, watch a movie, act it out, and more! Your students will better understand various emotions, and you'll have some fun activities and lesson ideas. Great for use with special education students, those needing a lesson in empathy, character education lessons, and students who need extra help handling various behaviors or emotions. Click through for all the details now!

Tantrums Don’t Help Me Fix a Problem is a social story created by TAP. This particular social story is written to help children understand why tantrums will not fix their problem. It also hel…

Tantrums Don’t Help Me Fix a Problem (Social Story)

Tantrums Don’t Help Me Fix a Problem is a social story created by TAP. This particular social story is written to help children understand why tantrums will not fix their problem. It also hel…

Free, printable "folder stories." Simple one page social stories that teach appropriate social skills and behavior.

Free, printable "folder stories." Simple one page social stories that teach appropriate social skills and behavior.

We want students to work at their own pace, but when one student is significantly slower than his peers, it can cause problems for him and for his teachers. These strategies can help. Continue Reading →

A Few Strategies to Help Slow-Working Students

We want students to work at their own pace, but when one student is significantly slower than his peers, it can cause problems for him and for his teachers. These strategies can help. Continue Reading →

Capitals First! Occupational Therapy Blog: Finally! A systematic method to teach self-regulation skills to children with sensory, emotional, and behavioral needs. Color coded task cards give students managed choices to learn specific skills that meet their sensory needs and also calm them down, so that they can perform their academic classroom tasks…

Capitals First! Occupational Therapy Blog: Finally! A systematic method to teach self-regulation skills to children with sensory, emotional, and behavioral needs. Color coded task cards give students managed choices to learn specific skills that meet their sensory needs and also calm them down, so that they can perform their academic classroom tasks…

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