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These simple active listening exercises invite students to consider the impact of focusing on what is being said and sharing feelings about being truly heard.
Trina Sherman saved to Skill building
Check out how to help your kids learn to be assertive. Discover skills to teach your kids to deal with friends, siblings, and bullies.
Ingrid Brouwer saved to Teacher ideas
Isn’t it amazing how hard we have to work at communicating well? I often throw up my hands and think, “God, does it really have to be this difficult?”Whether it is working through a misunderstanding with my husband, negotiating through a conflict among my children, or responding thoughtfully to a coaching client who’s trying to figure out her next best step, communicating well is an essential skill that requires intentionality, humility, and perseverance. Although words have always come…
Laurie Laskey saved to Relationship
I-Statements Examples & Worksheets (Free) / I Feel Statements / Activities for Kids / Using I-Statements in Assertive Communication & Conflict Resolution / Teach Kids How to Use I-Messages / I-Statements vs You-Statements / Communication Skills / Printable / Parenting / Counseling
Lisa Newberry saved to counseling worksheets
Therapeutic worksheets focused on helping kids and teens explore family relationships. Tools assist kids in processing family dynamics, exploring relationships, and learning healthy ways to improve family interactions.
Jackelyn Vetrano saved to questionnaire
This body language game use the classic Telephone Game to teach communication skills, and it adds a twist using non-verbal cues.
Britany Brown saved to school counseling
Communicating assertively is an essential skill for maintaining healthy self-esteem. This information handout describes the key properties and advantages of Assertive Communication.
Erin Pelkey saved to groups
Check out this free game idea for how to help students increase their active listening and social skills. Kids or teens will practice a communication activity, learn appropriate body language, the skill of summarizing, not interrupting and other ways to make new friends. Helpful for elementary or middle school children with his or her communication skills. School administrators and social workers will appreciate this fun activity!
I always liked to make it a point to incorporate several simple team building activities within the first few weeks of school. The science classroom is an ideal environment to promote group interaction. These activities
Toni Gunther saved to Growth mindset STEAM