Pinterest Find :: Interrupting Chicken Activities

At our school book fair last year, I bought a great book called Interrupting Chicken. It’s become a favorite of several of my students, so I’m always looking for more activities I can use when we read it! So imagine … Continue reading

New Product :: Social Emotional “I Can Cards”

Even though social workers and counselors aren’t required by most schools to use common core in their individual and group counseling sessions, there has been a huge push in the educational community for states to adopt Social Emotional Learning standards … Continue reading

New Product :: Fall Social-Emotional Activity Pack

I’m really excited to announce the arrival of my new Fall Social-Emotional Activity Pack! I already have  Holiday and Spring Social-Emotional Packs in my store, so I knew I wanted to add a Fall pack too. This one was specifically … Continue reading

Pinterest Find :: Bucket Fillers vs. Bucket Dippers

One of the things my school has done each year is read Have You Filled a Bucket Today? A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids,” by Carol McCloud to the younger grades. “Filling a Bucket,” not being a “Bucket Dipper,” … Continue reading

New Product :: Feelings Activity Bundle

Some of the most common topics I see social workers and counselors teach is feeling identification and regulation. And it makes sense! Almost every student in need of counseling services could benefit ways to identify emotions in themselves or others, … Continue reading

Tips & Tricks :: Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

This summer, I’ve written a blog series focusing on several different disorders that affect children at school: ADHD, Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety Disorder, and ODD. Each entry describes the disorder, gives practical strategies for improving success at school, and also … Continue reading

Tips & Tricks :: TpT Tech Support

So I’ve noticed a trend lately in the types of questions people are asking at my TpT store. When it first opened, I got a lot of questions and statements such as: “Will this be appropriate for X, Y, or … Continue reading