Emotion Word Cards
This set of Emotion Picture-Word Cards includes happy, angry, afraid, surprised, excited, silly, sad, and worried. This set has 8 word cards. Find more word cards in the Picture-Word Card collection. I prefer to use picture-word cards in a
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ABCs 4 SLPs: C is for Calming Down
We all know that speech-language pathologists sometimes suffer from burnout, but we also must be mindful of our client's stress levels. There are many different strategies to help yourself and others calm down before or after a speech therapy session. This post will discuss strategies, music, exercises, and visuals related to calming down in stressful situations. In the movies we all see the strategies of taking a deep breath and counting to ten, so what are some other strategies we can use…
For students with autism, identifying the emotions for themselves and/or others can be VERY CHALLENGING. During my first year of teaching, I realized that teaching emotions needed to be a key part of my instruction. I started targeting emotions in a weekly Drama Time where we played structured drama games related to emotions. Currently, we not only utilize drama time, but try to intertwine teaching emotions into everything we do. And can I tell you...it has made a difference. I used to have…
APRENDER INGLÉS – ¿POR DÓNDE EMPIEZO?
Aprender idiomas en el extranjero: ¿por dónde empiezo? Tarde o temprano, llega el momento de hacer las maletas e irse a aprender un idioma al
Anger Control Kit: Break Card - the healing path with children
This intervention would start by sharing the book Don’t Pop Your Cork on Mondays! by Adolph Moser Ed.D. A very informative and wonderfully entertaining book for children that explores the causes and effects of stress and offers young people practical approaches and techniques for dealing with stress factors in their daily lives. I would then … Continue reading Anger Control Kit: Break Card →