Poster: How Are You Feeling Today? — Educate2Empower Publishing
Children, particularly young children, do not have the vocabulary or the experience to draw upon to express exactly how they are feeling. Download and use this printable poster to check in with the child(ren) in your care, to help them describe how they are feeling.
Social Worker Social Skills Kids Need
Social Worker Social Skills Kids Need shirts, apparel, posters are available at TeeAvan.
Early Elementary Counseling: What Are Things I Can Control & I Can't Control
What are Things I Can & Can't Control: Anxiety & Anger Counseling
Social Emotional Learning Journal + Activities! For Teachers in the Classroom, Parents at Home
The digital SEL daily Check-In Journal teaches your students meaningful social emotional learning skills. Offered in printable and Google Slides™ formats, this feelings check-in allows you to easily integrate SEL into your distance learning classroom and in-person learning program. Use the social em...
Behavior Basics Book Club- Social Emotional Picture Book List
Social Emotional Book Club list. The behavior basics book club was created to help teach students the basics of behavior through childhood classic books. The behavior basics book club can be set up in your classroom and utilized as a valuable resource to teach students various behaviors and how to...
Social Skills and Navigating the Playground Part II
Play is very complex, especially when teaching children with autism, but it is essential to social skills development. Children naturally engage in play on the playground at recess; however, for children with autism, play does not come as easily. The playground is unpredictable, loud, chaotic, and can be an extremely overwhelming place for a child […]
Social Skills for Middle and High School MEGA BUNDLE | Print and Digital Lessons
Use these lessons and activities to teach social skills to older kids. Just some of the lessons and activities target being respectful, following directions, accepting criticism, working with others, understanding emotions, dealing with anger, understanding perspectives, accepting different perspectives, flexible thinking, understanding social cues, developing empathy, using perspectives to resolve conflicts, and MUCH more.
Go To Books to Teach Social Skills
Every child needs some support with social skills. These are my go to books for teaching social skills in the classroom. Noise level too high? There's a book for that. Need to work on being kind? Theres a book for that too. These are 14 of my absolute favorites for reading aloud in the classroom. #readaloud #books #socialskills
Virtual Therapy Activity: Problem Solving
Interactive size of the problem activity for telehealth sessions. Perfect for virtual sessions with tweens and teens! #telehealth #counseling #therapy #boomcards #problemsolving #speechtherapy
Social Scripts BUNDLE for SEL - Editable, Digital, and Printable Stories
Use social scripts to help kids with autism or others who struggle with social situations. These are over 50 social scripts focusing on life skills, friendships, skills at school, and managing emotions. Skills cover everything from brushing your teeth to raising your hand in class. Kids will make their own individualized social scripts binder and add the stories they need!
18 Social Skills Activities for Kids with Autism and Sensory Issues
Autism and social skills | Teaching emotional self-regulation, self-control, communication skills, problem solving skills, and social skills to kids with autism doesn’t need to be difficult, and this collection of special needs parenting tips and social skills activities will give you the inspiration you need to help your child make friends and socialize in an age-appropriate manner. #autism #selfcontrol #selfregulation #socialskills #socialemotional
Using Games to Teach Social Emotional Skills
Games can be the perfect tool to introduce and teach social emotional learning skills to kids and young adults. These are the skills that help kids become more self-aware, develop positive relationships, show empathy towards others, manage emotions, use self-control, resolve conflicts, and make posi
How to Make Friends on the Playground With ASD
We often see children with autism walking the perimeter of the playground to avoid the chaos or forming a friendship with an adult because they are more predictable than a peer. #Autism #specialneeds #autismparenting #socialskills
Autism Activities that Build Social Skills
Use these autism activities to build social skills at home or in your autism classroom. Includes a printable list of social skills you need to teach your child or students. #autism #socialskills