Social Emotional Learning

In the classroom, social skills come first. Keep students on track with these ideas.
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Emotions and Feelings Free Printable

Calming Tools and Resources That Really Work - The Kindergarten Connection

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9 tips for handling hateful words in the classroom.

WeAreTeachers: Best of Teacher HELPLINE: Addressing "Retard" or "Gay" in the Classroom

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Give students benefit of doubt

WeAreTeachers: I Tried Giving My Students the Benefit of the Doubt, and This Is What Happened

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intrinsic motivation

An Ethical Island

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It Begins With Kindness | Teachers Pay Teachers

It Begins With Kindness | The TpT Blog

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Social skills book list

30 Books that Teach Social Skills - Clever Classroom Blog

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These tips are so helpful.

Friends of Reading : 5 Ways to Deescalate Upset Students in your Classroom

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manners matter cover

Why Manners Matter in the Classroom - Bonnie Kathryn

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49 Phrases to calm an anxious child.

49 Phrases to Calm an Anxious Child

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Strategies to Ensure Introverted Students Feel Valued at School. A new book looks inside the minds of introverted kids and teens, with lessons for schools on class participation, groupthink and public speaking.

How Parents And Teachers Can Nurture The 'Quiet Power' Of Introverts

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moving-student

WeAreTeachers: Best of Teacher HELPLINE: 5 Ways to Say Goodbye to a Moving Student

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Social skills book list

30 Books that Teach Social Skills - Clever Classroom Blog

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Teaching Mindfulness to our Kids - Six Awesome Ideas

Teaching Mindfulness to Kids - Home & Classroom Ideas

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Teaching kids to give doesn't need to be hard, but it is absolutely necessary.

Teaching Kids to Give

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In my classroom, the single most important thing I can teach my students is empathy. If my students are able to understand the thoughts, feelings, and needs of others, they will be able to interact in a selfless manner. This will also help them to avoid physical and unpleasant conflict. Here are 5 ways to teach your students empathy.

Five Ways to Teach Your Students Empathy

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Help the kids learn to listen better over Skype. Fun, easy lesson for social skills. Basic listening skills - Microsoft in Education

Microsoft in Education

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A poster or printable with illustrations of people's faces is an excellent option when trying to help an Autistic child identify feelings and emotions. The LEGO Moods print entitled, How Do You Feel Today is an example of a tool children of all ages and different genders can relate to. Identifying feelings will help both parents and children with autism communicate.

A mama with ideas...: Lego minifig head storage container...

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Free printables, webinars, articles and more for #BullyingPreventionMonth

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Disney-Pixar's Inside Out Emotions Sorting Game

Printable Emotions Sorting Game inspired by Disney-Pixar’s Inside Out

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Great poster that teaches kids about the power of WORDS to build friends up!

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15 Books That Teach Social-Emotional Skills

WeAreTeachers: 15 Must-Have Books for Your Social-Emotional Library

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Children's picture books to teach empathy, understanding and entitlement to kids.

Children's Books to Teach Generosity and Combat Entitlement

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Tips to Curb Back to School Anxiety

Tips to Curb Back to School Anxiety

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23 pages of Seven Habits and Leader in Me printables to use in your classroom! Perfect for bulletin boards, anchor charts, and for student use in Leadership Notebooks!

The Seven Habits and Leader in Me Classroom Printables

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I want to have an open relationships with my students and I want them to feel safe discussing any topics, including the more difficult ones like race, culture, religion, etc. I think this saying hanging in the class will foster that idea and is a good way to show your students you are a person always willing to learn and be there for them. This is part of creating a prosocial environment, as our text described in Chapter 4.

I Teach. What's your super power?: Classroom Community Building

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