3 Simple Tips to Manage Difficult Students - Tip #3
Live Laugh Love to Learn! Tips, tricks, and resources from my classroom!
Conflict Resolution Activity: For School or Home, Help Your Students Resolve Conflicts On Their Own
This Conflict Resolution Guide for Kids, now both printable and digital for distance learning, is a classroom lifesaving tool which helps students resolve conflicts on their own. This digital and printable lap book is an easy to use resource that empowers students to become independent peaceful pr...
How to Teach Social Skills, Step by Step
Awesome list of social skills for kids and step-by-step directions for teaching social skill lessons!
25 Ways to Integrate Social Emotional Learning
Kids and young adults need social-emotional skills to be successful at school, home, and for the rest of their lives. These are the skills that help kids build confidence, understand their own strengths and weaknesses, collaborate with others, navigate social situations, develop strong relationships
WholeHearted School Counseling on Instagram: “I'm beyond excited for the release my latest resource: Our Classroom Calm Corner Toolbox (Link in bio). . . Working with…”
1,565 Likes, 95 Comments - WholeHearted School Counseling (@wholeheartedschoolcounseling) on Instagram: “I'm beyond excited for the release my latest resource: Our Classroom Calm Corner Toolbox (Link in…”
A Day in the Life of a Child With Executive Functioning Issues
What’s it like to struggle with executive function, or executive dysfunction? See how problems with executive function can affect a child’s daily life.
Good vs. Poor Social Skills [F]
Mylemarks is a company dedicated to providing parents and professionals with helpful resources to teach social-emotional skills to children. These tools include worksheets, handouts, workbooks, and much more!
21 Emotion Regulation Worksheets & Strategies
As humans, we will never have complete control over what we feel, but we have a lot more influence over how we feel than you might have heard.The skills that allow you to manage and direct your emotions are called emotion regulation skills (see self-regulation), and it doesn’t take a pilgrimage to a holy site or thousands of dollars to learn these secrets to feeling better.