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Interactive Printable Emotions Face - Autism & Social Skills Tool
Free Interactive Printable Emotions Face activity with prompts and scenarios. GREAT for use at home, in the classroom, in therapy, with children who have autism or social skills deficits and more! My kids would have a blast with these 3D interactive faces!
Feelings and Emotions Activity for Winter or Christmas
These winter snowman feelings matching activities are perfect for emotion identification in early elementary school! This resource contains 9 emotion puzzles in color and black and white! These are great for individual counseling, small group counseling, or centers in whole group classroom guidance lessons. This is a great activity for elementary school counseling classroom guidance or small group counseling around Christmas and the holidays!
Divorce Activities: Family Changes Interactive Lap Book Divorce and Separation
family changes lap book for elementary school counseling - perfect for working with students who are dealing with divorce, separation, incarceration, and foster care in individual or small group counseling
Build Positive Self Talk & Challenge Negative Thinking Counseling Activities
Thinking Errors Cards: Counseling Tools to Help Kids Change Negative ThoughtsCognitive Distortions, Thought Errors, Thinking Errors are often made by students before they engage in negative behaviors. In counseling sessions using cognitive behavioral strategies, students need to begin to identify what kinds of errors they make when thinking about situation that lead to negative behavior.
Picture a Tree Worksheet and Activity for Grades K-2
Picture a Tree Activity for Grades K-2: This free, hands-on activity helps students in grades K-2 observe the structure of a tree. In this activity, students will go outdoors to take a closer look at trees and their parts.
Character Building Four Part Apology
**Free Character Building Four Part Apology Poster A Parent and teacher must have for building good character in their kids. So sick of hearing "I'm sorry." over and over again! "I'm sorry." VS. "I'm so sorry Jessica That I stepped on your foot. I will try to be more careful next time. Will you forgive me?" Which would you rather hear?: