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Elementary Counseling

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Find out how this veteran teacher uses anchor charts, books, a FREE download, and other strategies to help deal with tattling in her elementary classroom. You'll see some great wording to use for the chronic tattlers, awesome book ideas, freebies, advice, tips, and more. {preK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade approved - also works great for bully prevention, kindness, character education, & more!}

It seems like every day there is an endless stream of students reporting behaviors or incidents that happen in the classroom. On one hand, we want to help our students feel heard and validated so they know we are a safe person for them to talk to. On the other hand, we certainly don't want to feed into the tattle machine. It's a fine line to walk. So how do we handle tattling in our classrooms?

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

WARM conversations – Teaching the Teacher

A few people asked me if I had a graphic of the one I made up to use with the kids as conversation prompts to help them with their conversations. There’s also a PDF version here. The graphic …

Upper Elementary Counseling: What Are Things I Can & Thing

Description This counseling tool teaches upper elementary students how to identify things that are within their control or that are outside of their control. This can help students with anxiety, self-control, anger, and issues with accepting personal responsibility. This packet of a poster, a worksheet, and two different sets of task cards will provide for great discussion for small groups or can be used individually. This product is a part of the Elementary Control Bundle…

Ten must have items for your School Counseling Office. Start the school year out right with these helpful suggestions for back to school for School Counselors and get organized.

Ten must have items for your School Counseling Office. Start the school year out right with these helpful suggestions for back to school for School Counselors and get organized.

School Counselor Introduction Lessons K-12

Description There are a total of three School Counselor introduction lessons in this pack, for students in grades K-12. K-1: Rainbow Fish lesson with "grab bag" object lesson. After reading the story, students will pull items representing the school counselor from the bag. Once finished, they will color a sheet that reviews the lesson. 2-3: Object lesson from K-1 plus a matching worksheet (matching the symbols discussed to what they mean) 4-12: Adapt to ability level as needed. All parts of…

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