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    Shannon Leahey
    Shannon Leahey
    Shannon Leahey

    Shannon Leahey

    I like Cheese.

    FREE printable dental health month poem for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. Great for any time, really... Self-care skills are always needed !

    Tooth Art! For our week of learning about teeth! (February is Dental Health month!)

    Cool project from www.kiwicrate.com/thestudio: Happy Tooth, Sad Tooth Collage

    What Your Sign Says About Your Love Life

    7 Wet Hairstyles You Can Sleep In To Make The Morning A Breeze

    Easy Spinach Dip Stuffed French Bread is your favorite cheesy dip baked right into the loaf! Crazy delicious side or easy crowd pleasing appetizer!

    Free Behavior Supports! This printable behavior support is a choice card for students with Autism or other visual learners. The "When I'm Upset," card offers students calming choices to be done in a "quiet area," when upset or calming down from a tantrum.

    How to Do a Proper Lunge - Chris Freytag

    My entire family makes fun of me, but I love this so much! Garlic Rubbed Roasted Cabbage Steaks Recipe

    Read on to know more about the yoga poses, which will give you relief on those painful days

    Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches. good idea..fast and easy. pop in toaster or microwave!

    These counting coins activities are so versatile! For kids just learning to recognize coins all the way up to kids counting quarters, nickels, dimes, and pennies.

    An absolutely delicious and easy healthy buffalo cauliflower bite recipe! Same flavor as buffalo wings or buffalo chicken dip - just healthier!

    A fun, bite-sized take on Chicken Pot Pie will warm you up on any cold day! Start by making the muffin tin tray: soak TRISCUIT crackers in a bowl of whisked eggs until softened, and press one soaked cracker into each greased mini muffin tin cup. Bake for 15-20 mins at 350°F or until crispy and let cool. Next, create a mixture of shredded chicken, mayo and frozen peas. Scoop into each muffin tin, cover with swiss cheese, and bake for 10 mins. Enjoy!

    Delicious Potato & Omelet Breakfast Bites~ Perfect to keep in the freezer for those mornings on the go! Just microwave and you are on your way!

    Shields of Strength: Sometimes children lose self esteem, or find it hard to see their strengths when overwhelmed by grief. The Shield of S...

    Cute activity for Valentine's Day since the day is all about love!

    The beginning was difficult and confusing for me, but over time I learned that there were 15 different yoga poses that most beginners need to master! healthandhappyhou...

    The Emotional Monsters! Such a beautiful way to teach the children about their emotions. Getting one to hang in their room!

    Get creative with an Italian classic by making Lasagna Soup with this quick + easy recipe.

    DIY Shoe-Tying Board . Kids Crafts . Fun & Games | PBS Parents, NEED this for our kiddos, tying their shoe laces after they have been dragged through pee in the bathroom is not enjoyable!

    Good for focusing children. Shake it up and watch it separate again! science project?

    I spy bottle... Could add pictures of items to find to help younger kids who can't read yet

    Coping Skills - We all have good days and bad days. For some of us, especially if mental health issues are involved, the bad days can be all-consuming, so when they hit we need to have the coping skills to deal with the emotional distress we find ourselves in. Here a worksheet that gives advice on how we can help ourselves cope during difficult times, across six different aspects of our lives:

    MsWenduhh Planning & Printing: Financial/Budget Planner Printables

    black & white geometric pattern two-piece with high-waist

    Calm Down Box. Bubbles to take deep breaths, playdough or stress ball to squeeze, notepad to write/scribe feelings, tissue for tears, rubbing stone, emotion cards to help those who are having a hard time to articulate how they feel

    Might be a good way to start the year (especially if you have a lot of new students). I would allow students to pick some (3, maybe) that they are willing to have shared. Then you could use it as an ice breaker also ~ Nice prompts for back to school.