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Coping Skills for Kids Workbook - Digital Version
The Coping Skills for Kids Workbook (DIGITAL version) has over 75 coping skills for kids to try with more than 20 printable worksheets. Written by a licensed therapist and mother of 2. Visit copingskillsforkids.com today to learn more
Meet the Counselor Back to School Counseling Activities
Looking for Back to School counseling activities? This Meet the Counselor interactive game show is a must-add to your school counseling games! Students will learn your role as a school counselor in an interactive way with 4 different topics. Click to see all the details!
Following Directions Activities
Teach your kindergarten and first grade students how to follow directions with my Following Directions Lesson and Activities! This is a great resource to teach your primary students why following directions is important, and also teaches them how to follow directions, and then provides opportunities to apply what they have learned. This is a great resource for classroom teachers or school counselors!
Identity Activities for Kids
Teach your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students about understanding personal identity and the identities of others. The identity lesson and activities focuses on many different aspects of identity, which include obvious vs. more private parts of our identities. Included in my resource is a 20-slide presentation, independent reflection activities, recommended book companions, and more! This can be used for in-person or distance learning. Get access to this resource today!
5 Bite Size Nuggets to Help Start Your School Counseling Year
In this episode we share 5 "Rubber meets the road" tips that we believe will get your year off to a great start! These are practical things that we do each year, and we believe our school counseling program gets stronger each year because of these tips we're sharing with you! school counseling, school counselor, counselor accents, school counseling program, school counseling management, back to school, practical tips
SEL Tools to Use in the Classroom
Dr. Greg Benner and Erich Bolz share ways to empower educators to use SEL strategies in their own classroom. Listen to find practical tips that educators can use immediately. counselor accents, school counseling, school counseling podcast, educational podcast, Laura Rankhorn, Kim Crumbley, social emotional learning, whole child, SEL, SEL tools, SEL techniques, elementary education, elementary school counselor, middle school counselor, high school counseling
Engaging Gratitude Counseling Lesson with Counseling Prompts + Discussion Cards
If you've been looking for gratitude school counseling activities, this gratitude activity for kids is perfect to add to your counseling curriculum lesson plans for Thanksgiving! This gratitude lesson for kids includes 20 gratitude discussion cards for kids, plus a dice game with fun icebreakers. Click for more details about this gratitude lesson for kids and see how you can incorporate it into your school counseling curriculum!
Preparing a School Crisis Plan Before There's a Crisis
This is not a fun topic to think about, but if you are ever face to face with a school crisis, you will be so glad you put together a school crisis plan before there was a crisis. In this episode we share what we've learned through the years. Use these tips to position yourself as a leader and organize a school crisis plan, and we hope you will never need it! school counseling, school counselor, counselor accents, Laura Rankhorn, Kim Crumbley, social emotional learning, school crisis plan
Digital Counseling Forms Bundle
All the forms you need to gather school counseling data the easy way! These are Google Forms that are completely editable! Each Form has the link to get your form and a set of instructions to guide you through copying
Creating a Positive Principal/Counselor Relationship
The principal/counselor relationship is one of the most important relationships when it comes to effectively producing change within the school environment. It can contribute to student achievement and overall success. Keep reading to see five effective things you can start doing to build a strong relationship now.
School Counseling Group Activities + Social Emotional Learning
Planning for school counseling groups doesn't need to be time-consuming! Stop the overwhelm with this done-for-you school counseling curriculum. You and your students will love this group activities that include 10 group lessons and 14 social-emotional learning activities that are perfect for elementary students in grades 1-5. Check out all the details of these fun lessons!
Boho Rainbow Growth Mindset Display
Growth Mindset. Studies have proven that encouraging a growth mindset in classrooms increases motivation levels, self esteem and productivity, thus improving learning outcomes.These colorful boho rainbow posters are just the thing to use for your students in the classroom. Be sure to check them out! #GrowthMindsetClassroom #BohoRainbowDecor
Using a Reset Space to support SEL — Janine Halloran
This week’s episode is all about using a reset space to support social and emotional development in the classroom. We’re approaching a new school year in this shifting, changing landscape of dealing with the pandemic and I've been thinking about the best way to support our kids through that. Now the
Calm and Connected Podcast Episode 85 - Using a Reset Space to Support SEL
This week’s episode is all about using a reset space to support social and emotional development in the classroom. We’re approaching a new school year in this shifting, changing landscape of dealing with the pandemic and I've been thinking about the best way to support our kids through that.
But It's Not My Fault! Responsibility and Problem Solving Lesson Plan
One of my goals is to help my students become successful problem solvers all on their own. This product is a set of problem solving sorting/matching cards. There are six problems and four solutions for each problem. There is a set of blank cards that you can either add your own problems/solutions to or have your students create their own with. I've also included an exit ticket I use with the lesson.