Green Talk vs. Red Talk: Teaching Kids ComebacksWhen faced with teasing, most students with language delays and/or emotional regulation issues melt down or say something equally mean back. Help elementary students develop effective comebacks that are not nasty, but make a point in an expected school manner.
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SOCIAL SKILLS Disney Pixar Inside Out inspired Teaching Emotions craft & Activities. LOVE the idea with the paint chips and words to visual for kids who need help describing how they feel. Perfect asperger's / autism tool and social skills group idea.
Teach children to self-regulate, manage their emotions, develop self-control and self-esteem, and mindfulness with this SEL resource. Children will make their own calm down kit and stress ball. Teachers will facilitate the class learning and practicing yo
Self-awareness means understanding your strengths and weaknesses, and knowing what types of help you could use. It’s the first step toward self-advocacy—asking for the help you need. Use the sample worksheet below to help your child gain those important