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Personal Space Camp: Learning about personal space - Fantastic book for kids who have no sense of personal space
such a cute book. Our councelor read this today. Talks all about keeping personal space and keeping hands to ourselves. Good lesson for kinder.SPACE INVADER
"Personal Space Camp" - fun story about keeping hands and feet to yourself. Includes ideas for experiential activities.
Personal space, outer space... what s the difference? In the case of Julia Cook s latest book, the difference is a riot. Let s face it, explaining the concept of personal space to children isn t exactly easy, but as an experienced educator and astute author, Julia Cook leads her lovable character Louis, a self-proclaimed space expert, on an enlightening journey of discovery. While this down-to-earth book will serve as your child s very own personal invitation to attend personal space camp, it...
Louis is back! And this time, he's learning all about personal space. Louis, a self-taught space expert is delighted to learn that his teacher has sent him to the principal's office to attend personal space camp. Eager to learn more about lunar landings, space suits, and other cosmic concepts, Louis soon discovers that he has much to learn about personal space right here on earth. Written with style, wit, and rhythm, personal space camp addresses the complex issue of respect for another perso...
Personal Space Camp- Elementary School Counselor Blog
Personal Space Camp by Julia Cook LOVE this one!!!!
personal space camp - the book. :)
Personal Space Camp by Julia Cook
Listening Book read aloud and Lesson.
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Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns To Listen - great for kids who might have a bit of trouble with that! #OnlineShopping #KidsBooks
I read this to the kinders and preschool classes for 1st media center class. Have kids say "But howard just doen's listen" -- they love it!! I give preschool kids a sticker star with #1 on it after we read and review. Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns to Listen: Howard Binkow
Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns To Listen - Animated book THIS IS AWESOME! I'm totally using this in the fall!!
Animated Books...this has been a favorite in our house for years!
Need these for school reading
Hello Friends! I hope the beginning of school has been wonderful for you. I love my new students, but I am very challenged this year. Eleven of my 23 students either have an IEP, behavioral need, or need intensive reading support. With that said, behavior and classroom management has been a huge focus as we get the year off to a positive start. I have always been a firm believer in building classroom community and using social-emotional read-alouds to launch the classroom meetings and conversations. This year, I have my class focusing on whole body listening ALL day. We have taken the social read alouds to a whole new level. In addition to our reading lessons, we have a daily time for social narratives and stories that help reinforce positive behavior. A book I most recently discovered and loved is called Listening Larry. It is explicit and teaches students to listen with their entire body. We got to know Listening Larry as a character and talk about what he would tell us in our classroom. We try to give advice to others about listening. I highly recommend this book. My class is creating our own book of whole body listening. The students choose the time of day and draw themselves in a whole body listening position and explain what they are doing/why it's important. Another book that has been highly successful is the Howard B. Wigglebottom series. This reinforces listening and positive decision making. Finally, one more phenomenal resource I will share right now are books by Julia Cook. Her books teach on the behaviors and conflicts that so often come up among students in primary grades. They are even good for small groups in which you are working on social skills or individuals who need coaching in this area. In my classroom, we are having class meetings regularly. As a part of our class meetings, we focus on conflict management. There is a "problem box". Students are able to anonymously put a problem in the box. We pull out one problem, read it aloud, and "conflict manage" the problem to come up with a strategy as a class. As the students learn strategies, they will eventually have to try three strategies before they put the problem into the box. Problems will decrease throughout the year, students gain independent problem-solving skills, and the community grows stronger overall. The discussions really help students make connections and apply these strategies to real social issues in their lives. The box also gives students an outlet rather than running to tell you everything. Looks Like and Sounds LIke charts with pictures of students modeling have been a huge visual support for my students for all aspects of whole body listening (on the carpet, in their desk, in line, and in the hallway). I will keep you updated on behavioral support resources throughout the fall!
Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns to Listen and Howard B. Wigglebottom and The Monkey on His Back Children’s Books Review and Book of Choice Giveaway [CLOSED]
Once Upon a Classroom: A Teacher's Tales: Social Narratives and Classroom Behavior
It's Hard to Fix a Wrinkled Heart; Social Skills lesson on repairing friendships
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First Grade Wow: It's hard to fix a wrinkled heart. Lesson on using kind words. Love it! BULLYING LESSON FOR K & First Grade.
First Grade Wow: It's hard to fix a wrinkled heart. Lesson on using kind words. Love it! Use as a visual when doing anti bully campain
First Grade Wow: It's hard to fix a wrinkled heart. Lesson on using kind words. I absolutely love this!
kind words First Grade Wow: It's hard to fix a wrinkled heart. Lesson on using kind words. Love it!
YouTube Video about personal space ("cling"): http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5CC7BD3ED42AFBD5=plpp
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A whole YouTube page of Sesame Street characters and famous people teaching kids positive behaviors. Great resource!
YouTube Video about personal space ("cling") One of 45 educational clips about Positive Behaviour- a great resource to have!
Positive Behaviors from Elementary School Counseling.org lots of videos including YouTube Video about personal space ("cling")
Great resource of clips compiled by Elementary School Counseling.org Personal space, empathy, etc.
Sesame Street clip about personal space and other character ed/positive behavior videos
YouTube Video about personal space ("cling") #Autism #ASD #SocialSkills #PersonalSpace
YouTube Video about personal space ("cling"). Links to other sesame street clips.
YouTube Videos about personal space ("cling") and other positive behaviours!
Site with links to positive behavior videos
Marzano: "This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. It’s a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine. I might not use it for every lesson, but I do think that if I get the kids into the habit of using the flip chart..."
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Need a quick formative assessment! Student self-assessment... Use paint chip cards to create individual signal cards for students to display on corner of desk.
Wow - some amazing and really cost effective classroom ideas here!!!! Must remember to use this some day
Student #self- #assessment.. Use #paint #chip cards to create individual signal cards for students to display on corner of desk. #Classroom #Management
This blog provides several ways to manage your classroom on a budget. I absolutely love the idea of the paint chip student self-assessment. It is easy for the student to flip their color and the teacher be able to come to them to help them.
This is a little self-assessment flip chart- one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. The extra nice thing, they are made from paint chips and paper clips. I know the paper clips aren’t the best shape right now, but I’m going to bend them around into a circle so the paint chips can slide around much easier.
This is by far one of my favorite education pins. I'm going to try this during student teaching!!! Paint chips and paper clips. It’s a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine. I might not use it for every lesson, but I do think that if I get the kids into
self-assessment flip chart- using colored paint chips and binder rings
Student self-assessment!...Paint chips classroom organizer.
This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. It’s a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine. I might not use it for every lesson, but I do think that if I get the kids into the habit of using the flip chart for the first month or so, it will become habit for them to ask for help when they get stuck. I hate nothing more than to have a student get skipped over in daily work time because they seem to be getting the work but then a test/assessment shows they really don’t know what they’re doing. I’m hoping this little chart will help them as much as it helps me! The extra nice thing, they are made from paint chips and paper clips. I know the paper clips aren’t the best shape right now, but I’m going to bend them around into a circle so the paint chips can slide around much easier.
Great skills for playing with , teaching, and interacting with children on the Autism Spectrum.... full of ideas and activities!
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1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders by Veronica Zysk http://www.amazon.ca/dp/1935274066/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_S9lawb0S58ZXP
Contains 1001 suggestions for meeting the challenges faced by children with autism spectrum disorders, covering sensory integration, communication, language, daily living, social issues, behavior, and education.
Book: 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger’s Amazon Description: Winner of Learning Magazine‘s Teachers Choice Award, the first edition of 1001 Great Ideas has been a treasured resource in the autism community since 2004. Now, in this expanded edition, Ellen Notbohm (best-selling author of the revolutionary book Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You…
1001 Great Ideas for teaching & raising kids with Autism & Asperger's/ Autism Spectrum Disorder
1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger's - Winner of Learning Magazine's Teachers Choice Award, the first edition of 1001 Great Ideas has been a treasured resource in the autism community since 2004. Now, in this expanded edition, Ellen Notbohm (best-selling author of the revolutionary book Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew) and Veronica Zysk (award-winning author and editor of Autism Asperger's Digest magazine)
1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger's, Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition. Created by Veronica Zysk - Ellen Notbohm. Pages: 392. In this expanded second edition, Ellen Notbohm .best-selling author of the revolutionary book Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew. and Veronica Zysk .award-winning author and former editor of Autism Asperger's Digest magazine. present parents and educators with over 1800 ideas try-it-now tips, eye-opening...
Available in: Paperback. In a snappy, can-do format, 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders offers
Book: 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger’s, Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition by Veronica Zysk, Ellen Notbohm Winner of Learning Magazine‘s Teachers Choice Award, the first edition of 1001 Great Ideas has been a treasured resource in the autism community since 2004. Now, in this expanded edition, Ellen Notbohm (best-selling author of the...Read More »
Make your own superhero and have kids write what their power is and why! Could also write a short comic or story describing 1 adventure.
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Make your own superhero and have kids write what their power is and why! A Fun creative writing idea.
Make your own superhero, write what their power is and why! heidi notes: potential uses-drama therapy inner character dev(how can we bring this strength out in you). Grief/depression work w/acceptance focus (sitting w/reality of not being a super hero), following thread of why this super power can help uncover current feelings/help client identify/express, etc
Make your own superhero and have kids write what makes their teacher a super hero!! Then give each to the teachers.
cute to color in and write about fave SECRET STORIES Superhero Vowel™ (using as many words with that vowel sound as possible :) .....Super Hero theme templates
Kids decorate their super hero and describes to their teacher what their super power would be. Cute bulletin board idea
Tales of an Elementary Teacher: Super Hero theme templates
Superhero Template - use with Ready for Action CSLP rhyme
superhero classroom decorations - Google Search
Superheros have many super powers (flying, super strength, shooting flames, running fast, etc.) All superheros have one superpower in common...... SELF-CONTROL! Without the super power of self-control, superheros could hurt themselves and others. The last few lessons of a behavior group focused on self-control. I used the concept of superheros with them (they were mainly boys) to drive home that they could also hurt themselves and others without using self-control. I used a template that I found on Elisabeth's blog, Tales of an Elementary Teacher. Each student wrote "SC" for Self-Control in the middle of the super hero, kind of like the "S" in Superman." They decorated their superhero to match their personalities. Around the superhero, they had to write all the ways they can demonstrate self-control. Our last group together, we decorated superhero masks and practiced our self-control super powers! Below you will find a superhero mask template that I found at the Just Bunch Blog. The kids and I really had fun with the superhero theme and they could relate with how they also have to use self-control.
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#Science #Books This is a wonderful book to introduce science and the tools of science to young children.
Do your preschoolers know that Albert Einstein was a scientist? Learn more about Albert Einstein and introduce some scientific tools through this simple and wonderfully illustrated children's book...Read more...
"Meet Einstein" STEM Book with Science Tool info for kids by Mariella Kleiner (Via Teach Preschool)
Meet Einstein: Science made fun. Possible book to introduce science tools and the process.
Meet Einstein: Science made fun in preschool! #STEM #Einstein #preschool #books
Great Science Book, for introducing science tools
Meet Einstein, Children's Book, with art ideas
Children's Book for teaching science tools
Children's Book. Love it.
Lessons to go along with books
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Although is linked to books you need to purchase it does include many great lesson ideas which you could adapt to any books. Lesson planning ideas linked to Children's Lit. (Literacy, Math, etc.) @Kristin Jenkins
the Teaching Library - www.teachinglibrary.co.uk - it's a place to find great lesson ideas and educational resources matched with books that you can use in your classroom
Teaching Library - a whole bunch of teaching ideas based on specific picture books
Lessons to go along with books - ideas, interdisciplinary, even tech ideas
Lesson plans and activity ideas based on children's books. EricCarle study
Lesson planning ideas linked to Children's Lit. (Literacy, Math, etc.)
Lesson planning ideas linked to Children's Lit themes and subjects
some good ideas
"Interrupting Chickens" to teach the importance of not interrupting when another person is speaking.
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"Interrupting Chicken" is an absolutely priceless picture book about a little red chicken who loves a good bedtime story. | #children #education #reading #readaloud #read #kisbook #literacy
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Interrupting Chicken By David Ezra Stein - No.9 in New York Times Children's Picture Books week of Feb 6, 2011 https://goo.gl/zOvFgM
QUANTUM- Key "Speak with Good Purpose" Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: Interrupting Chicken
Summer Challenge Week 3 Picks: Best Read-Alouds Interrupting Chicken, by David Ezra Stein
Author: David Ezra Stein Interest Level: Ages 4-8 From the Book Jacket: It's bedtime for the little red chicken, and Papa is going to read her a story. "You're not going to interrupt the story tonight, are you?" asks Papa. "Oh no, Papa. I'll be good," says the little red chicken. But she just can't help herself! Whether it's Hansel and Gretel, Little Red Riding Hood, or Chicken Little, as soon as the story gets going...out jumps the little red chicken - right into the story - saving the characters from danger and ending the story early. Will that chicken ever get to sleep? Why It's On My Bookshelf: Okay, I'm going to politely interrupt my schedule of reviews because I cannot contain my excitement over this new find. I was cruising through the bookstore not even planning on going in the children's section, but of course I could not help myself. And boy am I glad I cruised over there! Interrupting Chicken is my new social skills go to for listening, waiting your turn to talk, and learning to raise your hand. It's really difficult to find GOOD books teaching kids to be socially alert of their impulsive need to interrupt. This one is going to be a BLAST to read to kids. There are always going to be students who blurt out their words or decide to have a conversation while you're talking. Most kids interrupt because they haven't had proper guidance on how to be social thinkers. Interrupting Chicken will help students be better listeners and figure out when it's the appropriate time to use their words. It is an obvious addition to my toolbox. Plus it's cute, adorable, and funny. Here's a cute highlight Videoof Interrupting Chicken. A Link to This Book and Others You Might Find Helpful:
This has to be one of my favourite new picture books and I thank Margaret for letting me know about it. Click on the cover of the book to read a review. This is an excellent picture book for critical literacy. It also has a lovely twist in the ending, so would make a terrific mentor text for writing. The narrator begins reading the story of "The Three Bears" and is constantly interrupted with questions that challenge the accuracy of the traditional tale. I created a resource to support critical reflection on the text. You can preview it by clicking on the image on the right. This title would work well as a companion text with "Interrupting Chicken" or "Again". Other texts that could work in well with a critical approach to fairy tales, include "No Bears" and "Bad Boys". Free teacher notes and activities are available from the publisher's website for "No Bears" - just click on the image below. Both "The Three Bears (Sort Of)" and "No Bears" are new releases for 2013. You can read a review of "No Bears" here. It's a terrific picture book for exploring how illustrations add meaning to a text and intertextuality with the various fairytale characters depicted in the illustrations throughout the story. It would also be a useful text for teaching inferring - who really did save the princess? "Bad Boys" is also a good text for exploring intertextuality and also for teaching idioms and alliteration. I like to use text sets as it helps model how to make "text-to-text connections". Have a terrific week everyone - and don't forget the blog hop this weekend. Click on the image below during 8-10 November to pick up some great freebies during the blog hop!
Children's Book Review by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com Interrupting Chicken is a children's picture book by David Ezra Stein, published by Walker Books (2013). It's time for the little red chicken's bedtime story and a reminder from Papa to try not to interrupt. But the chicken can't help herself! Whether the tale is Hansel and Gretel or Little Red Riding Hood or even Chicken Little, she jumps into the story to save its hapless characters from doing some dangerous or silly thing. Now it's the little red chicken's turn to tell a story, but will her yawning papa make it to the end without his own kind of interrupting? Energetically illustrated with glowing colours and offering humorous story-within-a-story views this all-too-familiar tale is sure to amuse (and hold the attention of) the most spirited little chicks. Most kids love jokes. I think that authors and illustrators who build on that idea are cleverly helping children love to read. Stein seems to have written a variation of the Interrupting Cow joke. But what a variation! Children will chortle over each interruption and enjoy predicting the next one. Like the little red chicken, folks, kids do mean to be good. It's just that things pop into their heads, demanding to be expressed. Parents will nod their heads ruefully when they recognise the antics of a little red chicken who is not tired at bed time. The Book Chook remembers many a bed time story that resulted in her good self dropping off to sleep before a story was done. This children's picture book makes an excellent choice for libraries everywhere. I predict Interrupting Chicken will become a favourite read-aloud in homes where great books are prized. I like the twist Stein gives the story, where little red chicken writes her own bedtime story for Papa. It would make a fun model for children to use in their own stories and pictures. Kids will also enjoy creating abrupt little-red-chicken-style endings for well-known tales. They could write them, design a booklet around them, create a comic, prepare an audio presentation or make a captioned illustration. Great jokes like those plead to be shared! Interrupting Chicken would also be an excellent springboard for a family, class or library collection of favourite children's jokes. Discover more ideas in Let's Celebrate Tell a Joke Day. Find more Children's Book Reviews on The Book Chook by clicking Reviews in the right sidebar. Interrupting Chicken
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My Mouth is A Volcano by Julia Cook
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Title: My Mouth is a Volcano Author: Julia Cook Genre: Picture Book, Classroom Management I would love to have this book for teaching kindergarten! This book will help students learn not to call out in class. This book would also allow different behavior management plans to come about in the classroom such as a blurt chart.
My Mouth is a Volcano!: Also Tattle Tongue and others by Julia Cook: Teaches students to manage their thoughts and words without interrupting. Great, descriptive language with some of the text as part of the illustrations. Great for developing social skills.
My Mouth is a Volcano by Julia Cook. Classroom read-aloud recommendations by Youth Literature Reviews
A great story about waiting your turn to speak and listening. Julia Cook, author, has lots of good books to help with social skills.
Poor Lindz ;) This is the way I've always described her....."My Mouth is a Volcano and it's spewing hot lava all over"..... (read alouds that teach social skills.)
My Mouth Is A Volcano! by Julia Cook (social skills)
Good site with social-emotional lesson ideas
Oh if only there were a magic wand we teachers could use to help our students magically become responsible adults! If you have the fairy dust, the magic snap, or a dream class that demonstrates responsibility all the time, you are definitely lucky. The rest of us need a toolbox full of books, apps, incentives, and a stash of stickers to encourage our young people to make appropriate decisions, and today's post is intended to help you when you're needing book choices to model appropriate behavior for your students. Alex really wants a pet iguana, so he writes a persuasive letter to his mom to convince her. This book works beautifully for modeling how to organize arguments and could provide students with ideas they might use in their own writing. If you wish to use this book, you may be able to use these freebies. Check them out to see if they would work for your needs. The second freebie includes both comprehension and writing options. Another fantastic choice for learning to be responsible comes from favorite author, David Shannon. Poor David is always having struggles, but in the end, he learns that he doesn't feel very good when he gives excuses. I think many children can relate to David's experiences, and the David books are popular choices for reading aloud in class, but using them as mentor texts for writing ideas or to model voice is even better. The resource below is not free, but it is reasonably priced. In addition to these two books, I love Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes. This story is just plain entertaining and useful for comprehension, modeling behaviors, making connections, and for modeling writing traits. Plus, there are a ton of resources available to use with it. The final author that has done a fantastic job with teaching appropriate behavior through her story plots is Julia Cook. I was lucky enough to meet Julia not once, but twice. She has visited our community multiple times, and her list of published books is growing rapidly. Julia was a guidance counselor who found a love for writing, and her books are unique and gaining in popularity. Below, I've listed a few of my favorites: Do you have a few favorites? If so, share them in the comments below. Have a happy Monday, and happy reading!
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Spaghetti in A Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are
lesson = do the right thing
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Spaghetti in a Hotdog Bunch by Maria Dismondy from Episode 103: Children’s Book Author, Speaker & Coach Maria Dismondy - BizChix.com
3rd grade project but could possibly modify.. great read aloud for community building at beginning of school year
Spaghetti in A Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are: Maria Dismondy, Kimberly Shaw-Peterson: 9780615473932: Amazon.com: Books
Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are by Maria Dismondy. $10.17. Publication: June 15, 2012. Save 32% Off!
Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are by Maria Dismondy, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1933916303/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_8A1Zpb0AW55X1
Spaghetti in A Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are, by Maria Dismondy, Children's Storybook - Great for our Feelings and Manners theme! Pre-K Complete Preschool Curriculum teachers read stories daily during Circle Time and provide children books at the Reading Learning Center. Pinned by Pre-K Complete - follow us on our blog, FB, Twitter, & Google Plus!
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Risk-taker read aloud. Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun.
Welcome to Week 3 of Let's Talk About Books, a linky party hosted by Deanna Jump! You can read about other books I recommended: Week 1 and Week 2. Head on over to Deanna's blog to see everyone who has linked up! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. This week, I would like to talk about a book by a new favorite author- Maria Dismondy! The title of this week's book is Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are. Story (from Amazon): How can Ralph be so mean? Lucy is one of a kind and Ralph loves to point that out. Lucy's defining moment comes when Ralph truly needs help. Because she knows what she stands for, Lucy has the courage to make a good choice. This charming story empowers children to always do the right thing and be proud of themselves, even when they are faced with someone as challenging as Ralph. Application: This is a great book to have in our speech rooms because it has such a great message. The main character of the story knows she has different interests than others in the book, which can make her feel left out. I love that the message helps students understand that it is important to be nice to others even when they are mean and to always do the right thing. This is a message for everyone, but I think our students working social skills will especially benefit from this book. It can lead to great discussions about friendship, doing the right thing, and being an includer. For articulation, there are a lot of /s/ sounds...Lucy, spaghetti, school, choice For language, you can do many whole language activities, story retell, vocabulary, WH questions, and more! Bottom Line: I would recommend this book to anyone. I am so glad I was finally able to get this book, and I look forward to buying more from Maria Dismondy! You can grab the book here, if you are interested! Have you read this book? How would you use it in your speech room?
Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble"
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personal space/"bubble" this communicates personal space visually in that the plastic bubbly around the hamster not only provides a space in which no one can enter but also protects him from the outer atmosphere.
Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble"! LOL, PRICELESS.... I SO want this as a either a workout shirt or a pregnancy top!
Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble" Re-Pinned by Penina Penina Rybak MA/CCC-SLP, TSHH CEO Socially Speaking LLC YouTube: socialslp Facebook: Socially Speaking LLC Website: www.SociallySpeakingLLC.com Socially Speaking™ App for iPad: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/socially-speaking-app-for/id525439016?mt=8
I will be printing this and framing it for my classroom next year. Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble"
For in the classroom/home - This is a digital image. It's a visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble"
Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble" a lot of the kids need this for some of the kids
Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble" They would love this picture!
Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble"...for my Daily 5 poster
Visual reminder for everyone in my life!
Great short movies to use in teaching, plus lesson ideas!
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Great short movies to use in teaching, plus lesson ideas! Comprehension questions and good writing ideas.
Great short movies for teaching literacy, morals, etc. *Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! for this site!!! I looked "forever" last year for appropriate short films, without luck. I am now prepared for the upcoming year!
Great "very short" movies for teaching literacy, morals, etc. Writing ideas, story starters - very cool!
Great film shorts, adverts, and more to use in teaching, plus lesson ideas! Seriously, this site is amazing.
Great short movies for teaching literacy, morals, etc. Includes films and teaching ideas.
Great film shorts, adverts, and more to use in teaching, plus lesson ideas!
Animated shorts for the classroom
Lessons from Pixar Short Films
a great literacy website
Read this when going over rules and procedures for lunch room.
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Read this when going over rules and procedures for lunch room. I need this book! ( there are also other cute manners books on this website!)
Love it when you can use a picture book to teach
books to read to by class about lunch manners
Lunchroom Manners Book #projectlunchbox
Manners book Manners in the Lunchroom
Lunch Manners book for PBIS lesson
lunchroom manners activities
Lunch Manners book
A Social Story: Personal Space
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A Social Story: Personal Space (video) Teaching Kid's Personal Boundaries and to Respect the Boundaries of others Michelle LeRoy Kid's Coaching Connection Life Coach 416-700-9012 firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal space social story. Tracing and cutting out feet to show personal space.
Personal space social story good for Aspies
A Social Story: Personal Space (video)
Personal space social story for K SLO
Personal space social story
Personal space video
Though there were dozens of “pins” about this book, I was fortunate to find a link to the blog Entirely Elementary School Counseling which had a wonderful lesson to use with the book.
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Though there were dozens of “pins” about this book, I was fortunate to find a link to the blog Entirely Elementary School Counseling which had a wonderful lesson to use with the book. Awesome and wonderful book...also a link on YouTube to see it acted out.
link to the blog Entirely Elementary School Counseling which had a wonderful lesson to use with the book.
Awesome book! This links to the blog Entirely Elementary School Counseling which has a wonderful lesson to use with it... Can also adapt!
Entirely Elementary School Counseling has a wonderful lesson to use with the book
Awesome upstander book and YouTube link - one of my FAVORITE books ever! ;)
See the blog Entirely Elementary School Counseling for lesson
Elementary school counseling. #teamwork #unique
One lesson plan
Printables, ideas, and clipart
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Have you filled a bucket today? A guide for daily happiness for Kids - by Carol McCloud. "Bucket fillers" fill others' buckets with kindness (which also helps to fill their own), whereas bullies are "bucket dippers" - but they can't fill their own buckets by dipping from others'. Lovely illustrations and some good suggestions for how to be a bucket filler.
Have You Filled a Bucket Today? By Carol McCloud: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? is a vividly illustrated children’s book that teaches the benefits of being kind through the metaphor of a bucket.
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? A Guide To Daily Happiness For Kids
Buy Have You Filled A Bucket Today?: A Guide To Daily Happiness For Kids Book by Carol Mccloud
Have You Filled a Bucket Today? A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids - book
"Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" Winner of 15 Awards #bucketfilling
classroom idea - drops in the bucket for students
New school ideas
Have you filled a bucket today? Source This amazing book by Carrol McCloud is the bases for my entire social skills curriculum. I read this story all throughout the year, especially after winter and spring break. It shows that every person in the world has an invisible bucket, that you can fill by doing and…
What If Everybody Did That? Explore consequences of behavior. Great for teaching rules at the beginning of the school year. I have got to find this! How many times do we see a situation with kids and wish for a visual to give them to teach them about it?
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For teaching about rules & thoughtless behavior. This may be great for even middle schoolers. I should get this book.
For teaching about rules & thoughtless behavior. Great read aloud before creating our class rules at the beginning of the year.
For teaching about rules thoughtless behavior.... And whether u would actually wish it universalized ;) philosophy boomin @braedi
For teaching about rules & thoughtless behavior. Great first week of school book....
Good book for teaching about rules & thoughtless behavior. I need to order this book~
children's picture book for teaching about rules & thoughtless behavior.
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: What If Everybody Did That?
Clever Classroom: Social Skills read alouds
Back-to-school books to read aloud
Don't Laugh At Me lesson for bullying/empathy lifeline
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Mark Willis' "Don't Laugh at Me" in a picture book video form. Great for anti-bullying lessons.
Don't Laugh At Me lesson for bullying/empathy lifeline Also a great lesson for visualization.
Don't Laugh At Me lesson for bullying/empathy lifeline. Use with Second Step Lessons
Don't Laugh At Me lesson for bullying/empathy lifeline.
Perfect Acceptance/Anti-Bullying Book with Song/Video
Great video to use for a bullying lesson.
Don't laugh at me. Bullying video book
anti-bullying video, Don't Laugh at Me
Great antibullying video
Picture Book Lessons: Welcome to Picture Book Lessons! New blog featuring teaching lessons at all levels using picture books.