Digital Calm Corner for Distance Learning
This is a digital calm down corner that students can use at home or in the classroom for distance learning. The virtual calming tool leads students through a step by step process to identify how they are feeling and strategies they can use to feel better. What's Included? Interactive Google Slides (TM) that lead studen
Relieving and Managing Stress Counseling Games and Activities
These interactive worksheets and games are a great way to introduce stress management to students in younger grades.Students will learn to:-identify the difference between avoidable and unavoidable stress -identify ways to prevent, prepare for, or avoid unnecessary stress-develop coping skills to us...
Inside Out Emotions Game - The Things I Love Most
I thought it would be fun to teach my kids about emotions by using these simple and easy Inside Out emotions game, and also making emotion cookies!
SELF-ESTEEM: School Counseling Game & Lesson *50 Ways to Build Self-Esteem!
Ways to Build Self-Esteem for kids and teens. Poster, school counseling lesson and fortune teller activity.
We all have good days and bad days. For some of us, especially if mental health issues are involved, the bad days can be all-consuming, so when they hit we need to have the coping skills to deal wi…
7 Tips to Rewire Your Child’s Brain for Positivity
Have you ever noticed that you (or your children) dwell on criticisms more than compliments? That bad news sticks with you and your students more than good news? This is how the human brain works, even from a young age. Our well-meaning brains want to protect us and ensure our survival, so they constantly scan the environment for threats. The brain’s tendency to focus on the negative is called “negativity bias.” So, if you’re worried that your children emphasize the negative, know that it’s…
Parents, Teachers! Digital Mindfulness Breathing Exercises & Video Lesson, Home & Distance Learning
The Animated Digital Breathing Exercises on Google Slides™ incorporate fun, effective, and interactive mindfulness breathing exercises that are hands-on, concrete for kids, and offer visual supports. They are designed to be used on a computer, tablet or other mobile device, perfect for social emot...
Hand Model of the Brain - A Doodle-Illustrated Learning Resource
This little video explains why it's SO HARD to calm down once we're set off. This hand model of the brain is based on the work of Dr. Dan Siegel.