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    Story Starters by Mama May i Share in a creative storytelling journey with your little one and help them adventure through creative problem solving, vocabulary building, and memory making.

    What a pediatric occupational therapist wants teachers to know. This first installment of a six part series focuses on why children often struggle to sit still and how you can help solve the problem. If it helps the teacher, it would help the parents to read it too, right? Can't hurt.

    Teasing, conflict, mean moment, bullying. Interesting!

    Strategies for calming your class after an exciting break like an assembly, lunch, or recess

    This is as close as it gets to a miracle solution for students' behavior problems, it's completely free, and it only takes 2 minutes a day.

    Have one person sit in front of a white board while the others write a positive phrase about them. Take a picture to give to the student.

    Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. I cut this one into 3 parts. Students open 1 flap at a time and always begin at the top and work their way down. Students complete the work that they can see when a flap is open.

    and yet another choice Stop and Think...ALL FREE

    A book to help students be kind to others, especially when they see others are sad or scared or worried.

    Pinner said: I have half of these cards up in my class and my kids love choosing their goal each day and I have noticed a huge difference in the way they are during the day. They really like reaching their goals, and it's helping teach them to manage themselves in a different way. LOVE THESE SO MUCH!!

    As far as creative word choice goes, bad is bad. Help your students find just the right way to say something isn't up to snuff.