Mindfulness Activities: School Counseling Tools for Coping Skills, Focus & Calm
Mindfulness Poem about Relating To Feelings. Great way to get kids talking about their emotions.
Behavior Data Sheets That Will Rock Your BIPs!
I love rating scales--especially when they self-graph. This data sheet is so cool for monitoring students in special education or RTI interventions for behavior! Behavior plan monitoring is so much easier when the form self-graphs!! This blog post has tons of examples of different data sheets that are great for #pbis #positivebehavioralsupport #behavior #behaviorsupport #data #specialeducation
Homework and Independent Work for Non-Readers - The Autism Helper
Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism
Start A Fire
Christmas is hectic and stressful so take a mindful minute every now and again and bring yourself back down to being calm and relaxed. For ADULTS and CHILDREN. Download: mindful-minute
Mindfulness and the Brain—How to Explain It to Children - Blissful Kids
See how mindfulness works for us and how it helps our brain to function properly. Check the fun infographic and explain mindfulness and the brain to kids.
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Non-verbal classroom management tips: 5 ways to keep kids in line and focused on working without using words.
An Easy Way To Keep Your Cool When Students Misbehave
Here at SCM, we've talked a lot about the importance of keeping your cool when enforcing consequences. We've covered how it helps ensure that the offending student takes responsibility for their actions. We've covered how it causes them to reflect on their mistakes. We've covered how it maintains, and even strengthens, your relationships with all
Motivating the Unmotivated
Motivating students in a technology-filled 21st-century classroom can be challenging! So how can you get student engagement and motivation in your elementary classroom? Check out these ideas and tips to motivate students!
Circle Time in a Minimally Verbal Classroom #1
Circle time is my baby. When I started my current job in 2002 and had one class of highly-impacted and self-contained students, I knew I wanted to lead the class in some way. Circle became my ̶…
The First 2 Weeks in a Self-Contained SPED Classroom - Mrs. D's Corner
The first two weeks in a special ed classroom are more than academics. Ideas on what to teach, what to practice, and what you should be doing.
Brain Training Activities for Visual Attention and Visual Processing
Visual attention and visual processing are necessary skills for strong readers, writers and more. These fun activities focus on visual cognitive skills.
Ideas from the Field: Activities
A website devoted to providing information about Dr. Lilli Nielsen's Active Learning approach in educating individuals who are developmentally delayed.
Rise and Shine Binder - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
Research suggests that the first 5 minutes a student spends in your classroom each morning will set the tone for the entire day of learning… If they come in and have a focused task, it is much easier for them to remain in that mindset of learning through the day. When your students enter […]