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Executive functioning strategies and activities for the classroom. Read up on simple techniques and accommodations you can provide your kids and teens to help with organization, planning, time management, attention, and more. #executivefunctioning #specialeducation #organization #pathway2success
Emotional dysregulation means that an emotional response does not fall within the conventionally accepted range of emotive responses. In other words, your kid is literally losing their S*&# because you gave them the wrong pair of socks today. #SelfRegulation #CopingSkillsForKids #BehaviorManagement #Autism #ADHD #SpecialNeeds #Parenting
Explosive or Peaceful Thinking for Anger Management. Students will differentiate between explosive versus peaceful ways of thinking. They will learn how to change their thoughts by looking for a compromise, thinking rationally, looking for the positive and being accountable for their own behavior. Great for students who are struggling with angry feelings.
These social thinking & zones of regulation name cards help students reflect on their behaviour and feelings after a lesson or therapy session. Students identify whether their behaviour was expected or unexpected, what zone they are in, what kind of thoughts others have about them, and what toolbox strategies they used.
This 20 Self-Regulation Coping Skills resource helps students learn strategies to self-regulate, focus, ask for help and return to a calm place, to be better ready to learn and get along with others. Use this Spinner Craft in your Take A Break Station, Calm Down Corner, Zen Zone or Peace Spot.Teaching children self-regulation tools helps the thinking part of their brain, the pre-fontal cortex, to remain engaged and in charge.
Children who have difficulty with language often struggle when it comes to emotional expression. When they can’t find the words to tell how they are feeling, they may use a physical action to show their feelings instead. Children should learn how to understand their feelings and express their needs. This will make them less likely to engage in challenging behavior. These visual supports were designed to assist you with teaching emotional expression and problem solving.
Executive functioning supports and interventions for kids and young adults who struggle with task initiation. These kids and teens might struggle to get started and appear as avoiding work when they actually lack the skills to get themselves going! Supports, interventions, and strategies for educators in the classroom and parents at home to help elementary, middle, and high school students find success. #executivefunctioning #adhd #pathway2success
Behavior check in reflection for classroom management and positive behavior change. Encourage expected behaviors and appropriate replacement behaviors. Students recognizing inappropriate actions and behaviors. Positive behavior support. Emotion learning #behavior #behaviormanagement #social #socialskills #socialemotional #emotions #positivereinforcement #reinforcement #autism #asd #classroommanagement #pbis #behaviorintervention #reflection #behaviorchange #aba #appliedbehavioranalysis
Use these strategies and ideas to teach and build empathy with kids and young adults! Learners who have a lack of empathy can struggle with other social skills. Help elementary, middle, and high school kids build these skills by using literature, teaching lessons, practicing with games, and more. Also includes a free printable lesson for kids and teens. Helpful for kids with ADHD, autism, and other needs. #socialskills #empathy #pathway2success
10 wordless videos that teach problem solving – I use these videos with in my speech therapy with older elementary students. You will be surprised how much language you will get from your quietest kids as they figure out how to solve the characters’ problems. - Speech is Beautiful #videosforspeechtherapy #speechtherapy #speechtherapyideas
Size of the problem, behavior management, emotion control and social skills. A packet to help students identify the size of a social problem and appropriate response. Autism, asd, adhd. Students learn about how others feel if you overreact to a problem that is small (have a big reaction to a small problem). #sizeoftheproblem #emotions #behavior #socialskills #autism #asd #aba #behaviormanagement #problem #social #emotional #socialemotional #anger #frustration #mad #calm #bigproblem
This small group game is a great way to start an anger management group in lower elementary. It will help students become aware of their emotions, specifically what events make them feel angry. The game uses a storm cloud as a metaphor for anger and is appealing to students in kindergarten through second grade. Social Emotional Workshop