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Social and Emotional Skills: What to Expect at Different Ages

This timeline maps out what you can expect to see as your child grows up.

Great chart to help kids become aware and label their physical state! Important for kids to identify when they are in the "learning zone" and if not, use strategies to get there! Nice alignment with social thinking!

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Conflict Resolution Poster

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For professionals and parents to use with 3rd graders - adulthood. The social behavior map encourages teachers to discuss with students the link between their expected behaviors, the more positive emotions it results in which contribute to the more positive consequences for the student, ultimately helping the student to feel better about him- or herself.

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

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Notice to Students (Big Text) - NEW School Classroom Student Motivational POSTER

Notice to Students (Big Text) - NEW School Classroom Student Motivational POSTER. LOVE for middle school and high school scholars.

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Poster - I Message Sentence Starters

I Message Sentence Starters

Free Social Thinking Download! Includes activities for Expected/Unexpected Behaviors, Being a Social Detective, Rock Brain and Glassman. Great for Autism classroom!

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teacher's dictionary definition for talking...this is a great article, more for middle school but definitely adaptable for fifth grade...