Marina Boyle
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How to Turn Your Weaknesses into Strengths  Infographic

Strengths and Weaknesses are two sides of the same coin. Something I find very useful in regards to the killer question you hear from potential hiring employers "What's Your Greatest Weakness?

No Prep Social Skills for Older Students

Speech Time Fun: Work on social skills with upper elementary students and older with this fun and engaging NO PREP activity pack!

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101 Free Printables For Kids - (thedatingdivas)

Awesome site that gives FREE printouts on anger management games, decision making, social skills, etc. that can be used for individual or family sessions! Awesome website!

FREE DONT GET MAD GAME! Awesome site that gives FREE printouts on anger management games, decision making, social skills, etc. that can be used for individual or family sessions!

Children's fears by age according to child psychologists.

Children's fears by age according to child psychologists. As a 19 year old I can confirm that last bubble

This "Worry Tree" is a poster I would love to hang in my classroom. It is a resource I think students could refer to, when needed, to help them regulate their emotions and deal with their "problems" in an effective way. Eventually, they will be able to follow this process on their own, and develop their emotional competence - which is an important skill that underlies positive mental health (Reinke et al., 2011).

Task Giving students a visual representation of what they can do in a high stress situation will improve memory and will help them develop their skills through a problem solving strategy that is at the child's disposal.

Controlling Emotions

A good child friendly chart for controlling emotions. Help children relate to certain emotions.

My very own conversation Jenga. Super easy to do!

Therapy Jenga ideas- ice breaker for group, practice good social skills

Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but...

Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but.

Print out this Printable Inside Out Emotions Board Game to help teach young kids colors and emotions! #PlayNGrow #ad

Print out this Printable Inside Out Emotions Board Game to help teach young kids colors and emotions! we could do that for a fun game board