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Children's Books about Acceptance — Of Others and Yourself
Looking for children's books about diversity? We're all different, from appearance to abilities to our backgrounds. Kids especially need to learn to accept and embrace our differences. These 18 picture books about acceptance show your kids how to accept and embrace our differences. Even includes a FREE printable Read Aloud Book List with hundreds of favorite selections to read with your kids! #acceptancematters #childrensbooks
Picture Books about Children with Different Abilities - Simply Special Ed
Are you looking for some great new books to add to your classroom library? Add some diversity to your classroom library with books that focus on Children with Different Abilities as a Character. Perfect for special education classrooms, these are also great reads for any first, second, or third grade classroom or any inclusion classroom. Use these diverse books as great conversation starters about accepting differences. Read on for some great titles to add to a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade classroom.
Using Read Alouds to Build Community - Teaching with Jillian Starr
A few weeks ago, I posted about my favorite Back To School Read Alouds. Today I wanted to expand on that post share how I use read alouds in the classroom to build community throughout the year. I don’t know about you, but I LOVE read alouds! I loved them when I taught first and third grade, and...
What is self-awareness?
Kids who have self-awareness do a better job self-monitoring. That means your child is able keep track of what he’s doing (either in learning or socially) and figure out what’s working and what’s not working. Self-awareness also leads to self-reflection—thinking over things that happened in order to find ways to make things work better next time.
Coping Skills (+ES)
Help kids explore the difference between Good and Poor coping skills for anger, fear, anxiety, and sadness. Find this worksheet and more helpful resources at www.mylemarks.com! #copingskills #anger #angermanagement #angercontrol #anxiety #sadness #feelings #empathy #mylemarks
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies for Classroom Management Calm Corner Tool
This 50 Self-Regulation Coping Skills resource helps students learn strategies to self-regulate, focus, ask for help and return to a calm place, to be better ready to learn and get along with others. Use in your Take A Break Station, Calm Down Corner, Zen Zone or Peace Spot. The poster, checklist, task cards, and spinner craft are wonderful additions for your classroom or school counseling office and reinforce a trauma informed classroom.
Emotions Basics For Self Regulation and SEL Social Emotional Learning
This is a Social Emotional Learning PowerPoint to introduce elementary students to the idea of what emotions are and how they impact us. Better yet, it lays the foundation for self-regulation and mindfulness, both amazing Social Emotional Learning tools that can benefit everyone! Need to introduce Social Emotional Learning concepts to adults? Grab this PPT and use it as an example of what can be taught to students and the adults will learn along the way!
Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom: The Ultimate Guide – Proud to be Primary
A teacher�s guide to teaching social emotional skills in the classroom. This guide has articles, children's book suggestions, videos, and a program filled with lessons and activities to use with kids. Helps with classroom management and creates a happy cl
Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) | Edutopia
During Bullying Prevention Month, you might hear a lot of people talking about Social & Emotional Learning, or SEL. So, what does that mean? This image breaks it down. For more information & resources, visit our Social and Emotional Learning topic page.