Collection by Henna Simonen

Henna Simonen
Felt garden counting page would be a hit with the girls.Birds in a tree quiet book page Kids Crafts, Preschool Crafts, Felt Crafts, Diy And Crafts, Diy Quiet Books, Baby Quiet Book, Felt Quiet Books, Toddler Learning Activities, Montessori Activities
Kids CraftsPreschool CraftsDiy Quiet BooksToddler Learning Activities

57+ New Ideas craft felt ideas quiet books

Self-Regulation and the Zones of Regulation. This is great for problem solving, coping skills, emotional regulation, and social participation. FOR - Social skills training Conscious Discipline, Zones Of Regulation, Emotional Regulation, Emotional Development, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management, Stress Management, Anger Management Activities For Kids, Coping Skills
Zones Of RegulationAnger Management Activities For KidsCoping Skills

3 Activities for Strengthening Executive Functioning

If you're looking for FUN ways to help your child develop executive functioning skills. Look no further. Grab these 3 FUN activities that will help them with working memory, emotional regulation and cognitive flexibility.

  No Wifi Games, Finnish Language, Zones Of Regulation, Autism Spectrum, Occupational Therapy, Pre School, Free Games, Good To Know, Games To Play


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Lorupussi / Bag of rhymes Diy Gifts For Kids, Diy For Kids, Diy Art Projects, Sewing Projects, Fabric Crafts, Sewing Crafts, Cute Little Things, Toy Craft, Toddler Activities
Diy Gifts For KidsDiy For KidsDiy Art ProjectsCute Little Things

Lorupussi / Bag of rhymes

A blog about home decor, upcycling, sewing, painting, drawing, photography, flea market finds, travelling, cooking etc. You are warmly welcomed!

Conflict Management with Kelso's Choice Elementary Counseling, Counseling Activities, School Counselor, Kelso Choices, Wheel Of Choice, Anti Bullying Lessons, 3rd Grade Thoughts, Conflict Management, Bullying Prevention

Conflict Management with Kelso's Choice

Our school has used quite a few Character Education programs throughout the years, but sometimes I find myself looking for more practical, concrete ways to help students deal with conflicts. These are not the larger, bullying-type conflicts that we discuss often in the Character Ed programs, these are the daily recess squabbles, the bickering/arguing, and the tattling that can occur throughout the week. With these types of conflict, I don't want to be the constant referee, negotiating both…