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    What Can I Do? problem solving wheel -Elementary # Pin++ for Pinterest #

    Posters to support problem solving and conflict resolution in preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classrooms. Pocket of Preschool

    stop, think, choose for impulsive kids

    for conflict resolution

    Anger Management Free Printable: Problem Solving - The Helpful Counselor

    Accountable Talk Bubbles for Literacy & Problem Solving - Student led conversations accountable to the learning content or text is the heart of accountable talk. Accountable talk can be taught and used in any grade level or subject area. The talk bubbles are simply a visual reminder of how people respectfully share opinions, ideas, and thoughts.

    One simple (and deliciously fun!) way to help children recognize and practice self control is The Marshmallow Test.

    ( free download) Taking charge of my feelings and behaviors | self-regulation_of_emotions.pdf + lots more visuals

    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.

    When the melt down is starting have student pick a calm down activity Great Visual. Repinned by Columbus Speech & Hearing Center. For more ideas like this visit

    how big is my problem?

    More expanded feelings vocab

    Trans-disciplinary Social Skills: Reminder Cards - I like the idea of these cards, but think there may be too many rules on each card. The cards should be cut apart so the child can use the one that is appropriate for the situation.

    Ways to deal with anger

    MFW Title Page Excerpt

    75 Autism Apps. For all ages/grades. Ipad needed to download apps for students.

    Conflict resolution wheel of choice

    "Wheel of Choices"

    The Toxic Waste Transfer Activity Set teaches kids teamwork, communication and problem solving as they move "toxic waste" into "neutralizing containers". www.sensoryedge.c...

    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.