Social Skills Email Series
Love these tips - so helpful! Ten skills I'm definitely teaching my kid today. They're so cute, I'm even hanging them on fridge!
You know those lazy days where your alarm goes off, but you don't really have any place to be so you pick up your phone and visit Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram... just to find out not much happened while you were asleep. So you casually fall back asleep for an extra 30 minutes, only then having to force yourself out of the bed because now you're more tired then when your alarm first went of....yep. I'll be the first to admit that's me. (On a weekly basis now that classes are over!) Even…
The Original - 21 days to make a good habit: printable pdf sheet
They say it takes twenty-one days to make or break a habit. Are you ready to change something, but you need that extra little motivation to keep you going? This printable, reusable document will help you research, plan, motivate, and execute that healthful, happy, good habit into life in just three teeny tiny weeks! Why not use this sheet to: - commit to an exercise routine - eat better, and enjoy better health - be more intentional with your family - take better care of yourself - say…
Mindset – Jedi Edition #July2014Challenge
#MTBoS30 Day 11 At a Professional Development workshop for the district this summer, we were introduced to Carol Dweck’s Mindset. We were given a copy of her book, and I believe there was a b…
Cotton vs. Sandpaper Words
In elementary school, a large part of what I do involves talking to students about the words that they use – the words that hurt, the words that help, and all the words in between. Although we do m…
Character Lessons About Rumors to go Along with Mr. Peabody's Apples - Fantastic Fun & Learning
After reading Mr. Peabody's Apples, help kids learn about spreading rumors with these character lessons.
Spring Freebie Week!
Hello again! Tomorrow marks the first day of spring!! I know that I have said this over and over, but I am just so super excited! I even have a fun week planned for you all: My Spring Freebie week!! Monday through Friday of next week (March 24-28) there will be a surprise freebie for you to download! Just visit the Cheerful Counseling Blog each day, and download the freebie posted for that day! I cannot wait for my week of relaxation and spring freebie week! :) In addition, the Cheerful…
The 3 Types of Self-Control
Sitting still, waiting patiently and thinking things through are tough tasks for many kids. But for kids with self-control issues, weaknesses in those areas can make it hard to learn and make friends.
Goal Setting in the Classroom
Goal Setting in the Classroom- love this. Students set goals they can measure. Teacher should set a goal and reflect on it too. Class can share and support each other in achieving goals. Love this!
Character Inferences Worksheets
Photos can tell us a lot without any words being said. Study this picture and discuss it as a class.