Each System Level Contains: The Self-Concept Series and Weave Behavior Management Component; Self-Talk/Self-Pictures Component; Performance-based Curriculum Component; Staff Implementation Skills Component; Activity Sheets; Observation/Evaluation Instruments; Checklists and Forms, and much more
Classroom and Small Group Activities for Teachers, Counselors, and Other Helping Professionals: Volume 2. Fun-to-present, proven-to-work books of supplemental classroom and small group activities for pre-K12 and beyond. Volume 2 includes over 250 activities and activity sheets (where appropriate) in the strand areas of Other Awareness, Self-Control and Group Cooperation.
Classroom and Small Group Activities for Teachers, Counselors, and Other Helping Professionals: Volume 1. Fun-to-present, proven-to-work books of supplemental classroom and small group activities for pre-K12 and beyond. Volume 1 includes over 250 activities and activity sheets (where appropriate) in the strand areas of Self and Decision Making/Problem Solving.
The Grow With Guidance System Manual: The Grow With Guidance System includes everything you need to implement an effective, comprehensive, performance-based guidance system, appreciated by educators and students alike.The Manual Includes: a complete explanation of the System; organization information; implementation information; complete observation/evaluation instruments; information to be duplicated; Children's Affect Needs Assessment (CANA); Invitational Teaching Survey (ITS); standards framework; formulas and much more.
10 Successful Strategies For Conducting A Positive Meeting With A Negative Parent presents a step-by-step plan to successfully conduct a potentially negative parent conference as well as good advice for conducting any parent conference. You'll learn about the importance of: pre-meeting parental contact; making the setting inviting; preparedness and time considerations; politeness; not getting caught up in negativity; utilizing parents as resources; and presenting your case effectively. This professional resource is a must for beginning educators and an exceptional reminder for seasoned educators.
Quilly has not been the same since the death of his grandfather. His porcupine quills become bristly and heavy. "Sideways grief, that's what you have," his friend Barby tells him. "It happens when your feelings try to find a way out even if you don't want them to." Includes supplementary information on children's concerns about death and grief, suggestions for adult/child interaction, discussion and story-related questions, additional helpful suggestions, 13 reproducible activity sheets, and ASCA standards. For use with individuals and small groups.
Champ, Scout, and Clover make this program for early learners a fun way to teach good study habits. Each playful puppy establishes good study habits by overcoming ones that are detrimental. As the students monitor each puppy's progress, they learn that they need to adopt the same behaviors. The program is divided into three six-session units for each grade level that maintains students' interest through the use of songs, activities, and stories. The program includes Pre/Post Tests and reproducible activity sheets. As you present this fun program, students will learn that good study habits are essential for achieving academic success. For use with small groups or classrooms.
Bitty Bunny has lost his good friend Robbie Rabbit and he is grieving. As Bitty Bunny tries to come to terms with his despair, his grandmother helps him to search his heart and adjust, without forgetting his friend, to life without Robbie. This resource can be read as a storybook to children or it can be reproduced and students can personalize the pages. Most of the pages include a question that the student answers orally or through illustration. These responses give solutions and answers to the children's confusion and sadness. For use with individuals and small groups.
Filled with clear, practical advice on how to deal with the widespread problem of bullying, this book shows counselors how to create secure and safe schools, implement strategies to deal with potentially violent students, and help both bullies and victims. The book abounds with ready-to-use tools like student worksheets and surveys, games and activities, sample interviews (illustrating how to talk to victims and bullies), tips for parents, forms, checklists, and contracts.
These story-based lessons presented at an early age will help children develop life and decision-making skills that will serve them well throughout their lifetime. Children will cheer for Sammy Seed as he makes the critical decision not to give up and empathize with Rita Rabbit as she learns the value of making the critical decision to keep promises. Each story is a complete lesson that includes discussion questions and follow-up activities. Includes many relevant topics such as being kind, helping others, making good choices, being fair, thinking positively, following rules, setting goals, and much more!
Marco Products' Who is Your School Counselor? is a two-part program that adeptly introduces students to their counselor and helps them further understand the counselor's role in their school.The first session, written by Lisa Miller, is comprised of a reproducible full-color story called Who The Counselor is Not, which is followed by the If Game, a great way for counselors to engage students and learn of their individual abilities to follow directions. The second session, written by Connie Brown, is comprised of A Counselor Is bingo game that builds and expands on a counselor's role in an educational setting. Included in this eBook are calling cards, detailed session instructions, and full colour bingo cards - all reproducible for classroom use.
This sensitive, reassuring book emphasizes the value of grieving, gives children opportunities to express their feelings, discusses the important decision to attend or not attend a funeral, and explores what life will be like now that a loved one has died. Cleverly illustrated with a minimum of text on each page, this book includes many pages for children to write or draw their thoughts, feelings, and hopes for the future. Whether it is divorce; the death of a family member, friend, or pet; or an accident or an expected loss; this book will bring comfort and hope to the grieving child. For use with individuals and small groups.
How many children use bullying behaviors without realizing what they are doing? The answer is a lot! I Didn't Know I Was A Bully! focuses on many everyday behaviors that seem harmless and inconsequential, but are really bullying behaviors. This innovative program includes a clever story which can be reproduced and used with all levels of elementary-age children. The story is followed by six lessons which are applicable for grades 3-5. These lessons elaborate on the message presented in the story and focus on topics like choosing sides, exclusion, cyber bullying, and friendship fears. Each lesson has step-by-step presentation directions, additional stories, and supplementary activities.
This eight-lesson program prepares children to deal with a problem that affects all children - either as a victim, bystander, or bully. Using stories, role-play, music, puppets, and accompanying activities, Mrs. Grasshopper, the teacher, helps children learn how Brenda Bee and Anthony Ant learned to deal with the bully, Big Beetle. Includes lesson plans; stories--a continuing story is presented in each lesson as Brenda Bee and Anthony Ant face the bully; role-plays--students act out ways to handle difficult bullying situations; reproducible lyric sheets; reproducible activity sheets, and information on bullying for adults. For use with small groups or classroom guidance.
Bullying, harassment, and justice! Band-Aid Chicken enters the barnyard excited to make new friends. She soon discovers that to be accepted she must endure a painful initiation. When a new chicken arrives, she refuses to participate in the ritual, proving it isn necessary to do what others want just to be accepted. This colorful storybook includes discussion questions, coloring pages, and activity suggestions.
This clever program combines stories, stick puppets, and numerous reproducible activities to help students learn positive life skills. Froggy learns lessons on: consideration, feelings, arguing and fighting, sharing, bossiness, and playing too roughly. By listening to the stories or watching the puppet shows, discussing the questions, and completing the activities, children observe socially-accepted behaviors and actions and learn the consequences of unacceptable behaviors. Each unit includes lesson presentation directions, an original story, a puppet show presentation, and discussion questions. Includes 50+ reproducible activity sheets.