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    Social Emotional Learning

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    Social Emotional Learning

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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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      It's easier fixing a wrinkled heart than a broken heart

    Corkboard Connections: Supporting Self-Regulation in the Classroom

    Supporting Self-Regulation in the Classroom

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    Fixed vs. growth mindset... Teach using the book "Miss Alaineus" or "the girl who never made mistakes".

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    How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it.

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    Growth Mindset Read Alouds

    Growth Mindset

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    Entirely Elementary...School Counseling Purchase or make a Mcdonalds or other fast food chain cup On the yellow popsicle sticks (the Friendch Fries), write general statements/rules for having quality friendships. On the green sticks, the students will assist in writing behaviors that might turn a potential friend away.

    Entirely Elementary...School Counseling

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    How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it.

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    Keep Calm Collection - Think Before You Speak, motivational classroom poster (www.keepcalmcolle...)

    Think Before You Speak, motivational classroom poster

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    15 Kindness Ideas for when you're at school #RAKWeek

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    Buddy or Bully? Free printable

    WeAreTeachers: Printable of the Week: Buddy or Bully Worksheet

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    Cultivating Student Character

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    Four and a half years I lived bullying. I cried every day after school when I made it to the respite of my room at home. I often ask myself what I would have done if my bedroom weren’t my solitude? What if I couldn’t get away? Even if bullying “goes away” the scars don’t. […]

    3 Ways I've Seen Bullying Stopped @coolcatteacher

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    Schoolhouse Divas: How to Motivate Your Students (and Kids)

    How to Motivate Your Students (and Kids)

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    Motivating Student Learners

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    You came looking for conflict then got mad when you poked the bear and found it. Stop playing the victim. You ain't fooling anyone who knows you.

    Conflict Resolution Posters - R.I.C. Publications

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    Do you Praise Intelligence or Effort?

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    Slinky Character Trait Person - great idea to help students identify their positive attributes.

    Slinky Character Trait Person

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    35+ things you can say as a parent or educator to boost a child's resilience. Backed by current research! {One Time Through}

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    Perfect way to teach kids goal setting. FREE printable!

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    How to Build Character in Your Classroom • What I Have Learned - Suggestions and ideas on how to build community and develop students' character through year-long activities.

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    For Teen Living - Stress Unit Stressed out students

    Stressed-Out Students

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    Build-a-Face Story Stones for Teaching Emotions to Kids! A fun learning activity from Where Imagination Grows

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    Seven Ninja Moves for Increasing Academic Risk Taking -Chase Mielke

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    Social Stories for Classroom Management - Books created by Melissa Toth

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