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Sunshine Parentingfrom Sunshine Parenting

5 Steps to Help Kids Resolve Conflicts

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Lemon Lime Adventuresfrom Lemon Lime Adventures

Sensory Bottles

FREE PRINTABLE | Sensory Bottle Materials List... 40 ideas for sensory bottle fillers. PIN for LATER!

Teachers Pay Teachersfrom Teachers Pay Teachers

16 Social Skills Posters PB(i)S Support Materials

16 Social Skills Posters PB(i)S Support Materials

Little Bins for Little Handsfrom Little Bins for Little Hands

Balloon Tennis Indoor Gross Motor Play Activity

Simple balloon tennis game for a quick energy buster. Balloon tennis makes a great indoor gross motor play idea. Balloons are always a hit with kids.

The Inspired Treehousefrom The Inspired Treehouse

PAYING ATTENTION: 30 SENSORY STRATEGIES

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Understood.orgfrom Understood.org

The Difference Between Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns

If this is your child, you know they're not the same thing.

iGameMomfrom iGameMom

Help Kids Improve Social Skills - Resources and Activity Ideas

Teaching kids social skills resources and activity ideas

Housing a Forestfrom Housing a Forest

Pipe Cleaner Challenge

Teambuilding: Tinfoil and Pipe Cleaner Challenge that your kids will love!

Lady Behind the Curtainfrom Lady Behind the Curtain

Calming Find It Game

This Calming Find It Game is perfect for changing a child's focus from being upset to concentrating on finding fun objects in a find it game.

The Distracted Momfrom The Distracted Mom

Why Punishments Don't Work (And What Works Better!)

Kids do well if they can, but lacking the skills to problem solve, they have meltdowns instead. But punishments don’t teach problem-solving skills!

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Number Pyramids Multiplication + Template

Number Pyramids Multiplication

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Accepting the Label

Zones of Regulation idea. Great article. The rules should be stated in the positive, what the kid should do, such as use nice hands.