Problem Solving Chart. Great visual for teaching conflict resolution.

Problem Solving Wheel for Anger Management. Helpful way to provide choices to children.

Respect lesson activity how does respect grow?

Respect lesson activity how does respect grow? Awesome Circle time project for Early Childhood classes. Modeling language and getting those beginning thinkers on the right road to manners.

Bucket Filler Classroom Poster for the book How Full is your Bucket?

I like how this poster is a simple reminder on how we should treat each other. I also like how the bucket has a cute friendly face on it. I think treating each other the way we want to be treated is the most important rule in and outside the classroom.

I work in teletherapy, which means that I use a computer to display my materials and activities for my students. I have a couple extremely quiet older elementary students and I decided that video was a way to engage and encourage them to answer questions and retell events. In particular I wanted them to think …

10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving -- Speech paths are seemingly always on the hunt for materials to address problem solving - did you ever consider videos? I found 10 wordless videos that are fun and make kids think about how to fix the main c

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Steps to Teaching Social Skills

Teaching Social Skills to children who lack social understanding | Great tips for kids who CAN'T make the connection

Tips to Teaching Social Skills When it Doesn't Come Easy

Teaching Social Skills to children who lack social understanding Wow, what a great read for all those kiddos who have so much trouble learning social skills

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Printable Worksheets for Kids to Help Build Their Social Skills

***Flash Freebie for 1 Week***This item will be FREE for 1 Week (5/24 to 5/30) to celebrate my TpT Milestone! Enjoy and thanks for everyone's support in reaching this milestone!What You GetThe following document is 24 pages, with 10 social skill lessons.

Social Skills Lessons for Basic Interactions

Are you looking for engaging social skills activities? This interactive student notebook provides meaningful lessons to help children develop appropriate social skills. Click here to download this best selling resource!

Social Skills Interactive Student Notebook

This student interactive notebook is a great way to teach children positive classroom behavior. This notebook teaching social skills has made a positive impact with classroom management.

Teaching Social Skills - step-by-step directions on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources website

Teaching Social Skills - step-by-step directions on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources website. Middle school students should be taught this. No social skills at all!

This Interactive Notebook Is All About Social Skills. Children will learn positive social skills to use in their everyday life. #teach Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Social Skills Interactive Student Notebook

This Interactive Notebook Is All About Social Skills. Children will learn positive social skills to use in their everyday life.

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Social Filter: Professor Cranium teaches social skills

He's here to teach you social skills and this week he's focusing on Social Filters! This packet features multi-modal…

Teaching Social Skills: Self-Control For Kids - For early elementary school #children, appropriate goals might include complying with bedtime rules or showing anger appropriately (teaching social #skills instead of #hitting or screaming). According to the National Association of School Psychologists, some general strategies that often help children learn appropriate self-control behaviors include:

Teaching Social Skills: Self-Control For Kids - For early elementary school children, appropriate goals might include complying with bedtime rules or showing anger appropriately (teaching social skills instead of hitting or screaming).

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