Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Social thinking. Get inspired and try out new things.
Social Thinking is a treatment framework and curriculum developed by Michelle Garcia Winner that targets how to enhance and improve social thinking abilities, regardless of diagnostic label …
Keisha Collins saved to Behavior intervention plan
There are so many reasons why I love watching animated clips while working with my social kids: they are short (so you can stop-start to discuss and still get through it all in 30 minutes), they are engaging (so attention is typically not an issue) and they usually don’t have much language (which means lots […]
Jenn Talmadge Hartzler saved to School Counselor
Help your kids understand the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors with this collection of 14 social thinking activities for kids!
Kourtney Robinson saved to Skills for living
Teach and prompt your students with these easy social skills visuals. Provide intervention for conversation skills with self-rating tools!
Valyne Anderson saved to Therapy for Teens
This is a list of 15 online stories to explore social skills and character development. There are also several songs to sing (Howard Wigglebottom)
Kids and young adults need to be able to problem-solve on their own. Every day, kids are faced with a huge number of social situations and challenges. Whether they are just having a conversation with a peer, working with a group on a project, or dealing with an ethical dilemma, kids must use their s
Jessica Van Meter saved to Mental health
Grab these free social emotional learning resources you can use right away! They include printable activities and posters, blog posts, ideas, apps, websites, videos, strategies, and more. This list is categorized by different SEL competency area, from social awareness and self-management to relationships and decision-making. #sel #socialemotionallearning #pathway2success
Klementina Đurić saved to classroom
STEP by STEP SEL Curricula
Charie Carvey saved to PBIS
Promote Social Emotional Learning in your Classroom! The Schoolyard scoured Pinterest for great Anchor Chart Ideas from clever Teachers!
We all encounter problems routinely. Some of them are caused by our own mistakes, such as sleeping through the alarm or missing a meeting. Some are caused by others, (a stolen wallet) and some are just bad luck (getting stuck in a traffic jam)! What we can do, however, is learn to manage our problems. This involves, in part, managing the emotions that arise when a problem occurs.
Emily Williams saved to Speech therapy