32 Would You Rather Questions with Task Cards and QR Codes | K-5 Computer Lab
A great back to school getting to know you activity. Useful for class discussions, developing critical thinking skills, compare and contrast, persuasive writing prompts, getting creative thought processess going, and more.
This is it...
Heart pounding, rapid breathing, nightmares...yep, it's that time of year. Back to school...dun dun dun. Okay I actually may be a little dra...
Saying "Calm Down" To Your Kids Doesn't Actually Work
"Calm down" is a phrase that we all use often. Here are some alternate phrases that just might yield better results, & an action plan to put them in place.
Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
Inside Out A Journey of Grief
Grief small group counseling lesson plans to accompany Inside Out the movie. Uses sadness, joy, and other emotions to guide students through their grief journey. Includes link to teachers pay teachers.
Skills and Characteristics That Creative Personalities Have
Creative individuals often possess a set of paradoxical traits that contribute to their ingenuity. Learn more about these creative characteristics.
Character Education - Anger Edition
Here's a memorable way to teach your class about appropriate reactions to anger. Keep the learning active and fun through a series of letters to and from a fictional Cardiologist, Dr. Feelgreat. The doctor will present your class with the task of sorting reactions into 2 categories: Chill Skills ...
10 Activities and You Tube Songs to Explore Emotions - Liz's Early Learning Spot
Find more than 10 fun and easy activities to engage young children in exploring emotions. Plus links to 10 YouTube videos for singing with and listening to.
The Giving Project - Learning at the Primary Pond
So, did you survive Halloween? I personally really enjoyed the fact that it was on a Friday this year. 🙂 Now that Halloween is over, I’ve started thinking ahead to Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the holidays in general. It’s always such an exciting time of year for the kiddos! Unfortunately, I think it’s all too easy […]
Anger Management Game & Activities Use w/ or w/o Soda Pop Head
Anger management is a vital skill for our students. Many kids are overpowered by intense emotions and need to be taught how to respond when they are frustrated. I've had a lot of success teaching my students anger management strategies through games and activities based off of picture books. The a...
Teaching Friendship with Peanut Butter & Cupcake
Teaching friendship to students in the primary classroom- book, anchor chart, and activities for friendship