New Product :: Behavior Trivia Game

Has anyone else felt like the last few weeks have been a constant “full moon?” I have no idea WHAT’S been going on, but between the constant fire-fighting I’ve been doing plus the lovely PARCC testing window, I feel like … Continue reading

A Year of Giving :: March – Disaster Relief and Community Development

If you’ve been following along, you might know that I’ve decided to donate a portion of the proceeds from my store to a different charity each month. My original goal is to do this for a year, but I hope to continue … Continue reading

New Product :: Listening & Following Directions Coloring Activities

Have you ever thought about the difference between “listening” and “hearing?” They may sound similar, but they are very different! You may be able to hear sounds with your ears, but that does not mean that you are really listening. … Continue reading

A Year of Giving :: February – Empowering Women

If you’ve been following along, you might know that I’ve decided to donate a portion of the proceeds from my store to a different charity each month. My original goal is to do this for a year, but I hope to continue … Continue reading

New Product :: Manners & Rules Posters & Coloring Pages

Looking for a great set of posters to help students learn about coping strategies, but don’t went to spend upwards of $20 for them!? This set of posters is great for helping students who struggle with following school rules and using good … Continue reading

Sale :: Start Your Year Inspired!

  I just learned today that there’s a term to describe the most depressing day of the year – Blue Monday. I’m not even kidding you! The good news is that you’ve technically survived past this so-called down day, since it’s … Continue reading

New Product :: Anger Scoot

If you’ve been following along, you know that I love “Scoot Games.” Unfortunately, there’s a million and one ELA and Math Scoots, but virtually NO special ed/counseling Scoots. Go figure, right? Well, I’m trying to fix that! I’ve talked about Bullying, … Continue reading

A Year of Giving :: January – Helping Sick Kids and their Families

If you’ve been following along, you might know that I’ve decided to donate a portion of the proceeds from my store to a different charity each month. My original goal is to do this for a year, but I hope to continue … Continue reading

Feeling Grateful

So…um, is it seriously the end of December already? I feel like 2015 has been a complete whirlwind! Wasn’t it just a few weeks ago I had to fix a few IEPs for writing 2014 on them? Yet here we are! … Continue reading

Fun Freebie :: How to Be A Friend Classroom Poster Set

  I was recently browsing through lots of counseling resources on TeachersPayTeachers, checking to see if there was anything new and I came across these awesome posters from Digital Divide and Conquer! They take an often-difficult concept like making friends and … Continue reading