This litte box is great for the kids to learn and practice coping skills.
Use to write coping skills on them and practice them before putting them in their coping skill tool box to use for later.
Free Worksheets Activities for Emotional Mental Health Skills! Great activities for teaching kids coping skills and social skills. This activity is great for teaching impulse control and rewards and consequences to young children and children diagnosed with ADHD, ODD, and other Behavior Disorders.
Write various coping skills on the back of each fish and kids can fish for coping skills.
L is for Listening Skills - part of the A to Z Science Series for Toddlers and Preschoolers at Inspiration Laboratories - Practice listening skills with a listening box, sound eggs, and a listening game that gets kids moving.
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Blank puzzle: I use a similar copy to have clients identify their coping skills. I talk to them about how treatment and coping skills combine to make a complete puzzle. it is not just doing one thing that is going to make a difference. This is a great activity to do as a group, esp for those that think "all they need is the right med." It highlights personal responsibility and overall good self-care.
This is a free snowman cut and paste activity created for Madebyteachers.com. Students practice fine motor skills and learn word recognition as they cut out and label the parts of a snowman. Great winter activity for beginning learners.
This is lists of positive and negative coping skills. Positive coping skills benefit you while negative coping skills cost you something. Use these coping strategies to help you tolerate distress.
Practice, practice, practice is the key to improving your calligraphy and handwriting skills.
Coconut Tree Shake N Color: Kids shake the "coconut tree" and color the letters they see. Fun way to learn letters and practice fine motor skills!
Perfect for grade fours to learn about and practice the reading strategies that great readers use.
Delicious for fall: apple crumble recipe. A great way for kids to learn hands-on math and practical skills
Button Boards We have a new activity! It's a quiet activity that we keep with our books for quiet time. I pinned a Button Board idea and thought I'd make one for Butterfly to use. It's great for fine motor finger strengthening skills and to learn more of the buttoning skills for clothing practice, plus it reviews the basic shapes.
My kids LOVE this song and it is a great way for us to learn about the alphabet! Hooray! Alphabet cookies helped us too
For the Kids
Classroom Snowball Fights! Fun and engaging way to practice and learn skills! $ Math and LA pack aligned to the CCSS!
25+ Move and Learn Activities for Kindergarten and Primary School Kids! Why should the little kids have all the fun Here are some FUN and active ways big kids can practice reading, sight word and math skills.
Have some fun outdoors this summer by making this super easy and cheap obstacle course using pool noodles from the dollar store and bbq skewers. Great for children who are learning to crawl or for older kids to practice ball skills.
A Calm Down Kit for kids who need help with anger management and coping skills
ABC Cut and Paste Fonts! This is a great way to build fine motor skills (cutting and writing) AND practice identifying various fonts.
Counting On Clovers ~ St. Patrick's Day Color By The Code Math Puzzles To Practice Number Recognition And Basic Addition Skills ~This Unit Is Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed.~ This set includes 4 March themed math puzzles to practice math skills. Perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade Remedial Math. $
The kids liked this game. One die is great for beginning even/odd practice. Two dice are great for practicing simple addition and larger even/odd numbers.
Seven Ways to Turn your day around- 7 coping skills role modeled….5th and 6th graders will LOVE this! A great discussion starter too!
The Try Stick – Develop and Practice Your Bushcraft Knife Skills: Great for Camping, Hiking, Bug Out...
Social and emotional skills goals can be difficult – we’re not measuring words per minute or math facts. Human behavior is more subjective than many other skills students learn in school. However, it is possible to write great social emotional goals for students. This guide contains the following: - 5 tips to help you write more measurable, observable goals to help your students - descriptions of the 2 social-emotional goal types - examples to
DIVISION: December Division De'lights' ~ Math Color By The Code Puzzles For December And Christmas To Practice Division Skills. ~This Unit Is Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed. $
18 Coping Skills: Strategies for Children and Teens | The Helpful Counselor
This simple activity is a great way to help kids see the connection between addition and subtraction, as well as practice writing addition and subtraction number sentences! Perfect for first grade!