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I-statements (I-messages): Examples and fun worksheets to help your family develop an assertive communication style and improve conflict resolution
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Hi parents, We are exciting to be working on a new Owlkids book that covers the topic of kids’ social-emotional learning. And since there’s no better time than the present to start giving kids the […]
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anger iceberg therapy worksheet
A crisis plan (sometimes called a safety plan) can sound intimidating, but it's a resource at its core. It is a list of what to do, safe places to go, ways to
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Motivational and easy group therapy activities for children and adults that requires little or no preparation and is effective and beneficial.
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A few weeks ago I was preparing professional development for first and second year teachers in my school district. New teachers not only need the basics of classroom management, routines, procedures and relationships....but this year they also need training on how to effectively be a remote educator. The first year of teaching is difficult under normal circumstances, but this is no normal year. I feel for these first year teachers as so much extra is being added to their already overflowing…
Use this list of free resources to use as social emotional learning activities to help you work with kids and young adults. As a special educator for 10 years, I can say without a doubt that we need more social emotional learning supports for kids and young adults. Some of my best days in the classr
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One of the most common issues I come across when working with children is poor self esteem. We all have times when we feel bad about ourselves. But kids are trying to find their identity. Learning what they are good at and what they aren't. Working out how they are the same and different to others and if this is important. The way we see ourselves as a child can impact how we see ourselves as an adult. Why self esteem is important Kids who feel good about themselves have the confidence to…
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Coping Skill: The Tangled Ball of Emotions.
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