Managing the "No Fair!" Moments
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Auditory Processing Disorder Autism Emotional Disturbance Epilepsy Post-traumatic Stress Disor...
The Giving Tree Lesson Plans: Shel Silverstein
On this page you will find Giving Tree Lesson Plans written by Shel Silverstein: creative writing templates and worksheets, leaf writing response templates, and a unique project where students design their own family tree projects.
No Two Are Alike
We have our first winter snowstorm here in Pennsylvania. So, today I'm thinking about snowmen!! Many folks on Pinterest have been posti...
10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving - Speech is Beautiful
I work in teletherapy, which means that I use a computer to display my materials and activities for my students. I have a couple extremely quiet older elementary students and I decided that video was a way to engage and encourage them to answer questions and retell events. In particular I wanted them to think ... Read More about 10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving
Talking about Diversity with Children Using Playdough - BonBon Break
With Martin Luther King Jr. Day coming right up, it can be tricky to explain the meaning behind MLK Day to your little ones. Talking about
Teaching Gratitude and Kindness - Whimsy Workshop Teaching
FREE printables to help with discussions on thankfulness! 2 versions at Whimsy Workshop Teaching .com
''Mouse for sale'' - animated short film
Snickers is a lonely mouse in a petshop, craving to be bought by someone. But he’s got one big problem: his huge ears. The kids entering the store keep laughing…
The Giving Tree
The Giving Tree is the perfect story for integrating literacy and economics for first grade. We use this trade book to learn scarcity, cost, resources, and more!
Dr Seuss' The Sneetches Full Version YouTube
Engage: Engage students in a discussion about discrimination. See lesson plan for specific questions and strategies. Great description of Sneetches on Wikipe...
Expressing Emotions Classroom Guidance Lesson for Elementary School Counseling
In this school counseling classroom guidance lesson, students learn the magic formula for expressing emotions! Practice making I-feel statements, describing the scenario, and asking for what you need. Play s movement-based game and create a flip book for student reference. This lesson is the perfect feelings focused activity for elementary school students
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 […]
Elmer the Elephant Pattern Project
One of my favorite lessons is my elephant project inspired by the book Elmer by David McKee. This lesson includes the following skills: Tracing overlapping shapes Cutting Printing The students learn about: Repetition Colors Variety The end product is a fanciful elephant parade of multiple ...