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Kinder feelings and emotions>>Teach your students (or children) feeling words to increase their emotional intelligence. Literacy means being able to express yourself so others can understand and you can understand them! Social Emotional Development, Social Emotional Learning, Social Skills, Social Work, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Feelings Words, Feelings And Emotions, Feelings List

Nurturing Emotional Intelligence

As Lil O gets older, I need to step up my "game" in helping her build resiliency and emotional intelligence. If you can't remember what that's all about, you can start here with the Marshmallow post. Or, you if haven't used HALTED, consider using it. It is a personal favorite of mine. I think all humans (age 8 and older) should understand how to HALT themselves. I HALT myself all the time. In efforts to step up my game, I plan to embrace the easy suggestions in this article from Vanderbilt…

Counseling lesson plans for through grade on a plethora of topics including friendship, decision making, study skills, conflict resolution and everything in between! It even includes the handouts that go with each lesson! Elementary School Counseling, School Social Work, School Counselor, Elementary Schools, Study Skills, Coping Skills, Social Skills, Feelings Chart, Feelings And Emotions

Feeling Charts, Feelings Chart, Feelings Charts

WOW!! These are already made lesson plans on Word for 5th through 8th grade. It is a plethora of topics including friendship, decision making, study skills, conflict resolution and everything in between!! It even includes the handouts that go with each lesson! THANK YOU to whomever found this originally!! Why reinvent the wheel? Now this will free up my time to work on those psych reports. ;-)

Free Synonyms Posters--UK site, so check that spelling with your kids. Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching English, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, School Resources, Classroom Posters, English

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Are you tired of your students using the same boring feeling words like happy… Elementary School Counseling, School Counselor, School Classroom, Elementary Schools, Teaching Emotions, Feelings Activities, Teaching Activities, Feelings Words, Feelings And Emotions

I Have, Who Has Feelings Words

Are you tired of your students using the same boring feeling words like happy, sad, and angry? Help them develop stronger vocabulary to express feelings by playing the ever popular, I Have, Who Has game. There are 24 feeling words in this fast paced game. I've included both color and black and white copies for your printing needs. Your students will be so happy, I mean--EXCITED, ELATED, and DELIGHTED to play, and you will be THRILLED at the increase in their feelings vocabulary!

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Color Me Poetic

I have done color poetry with my students for many, many years. I have to say that these poems are always some of the best that my students...

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Exciting lesson ideas, classroom strategies, teaching tips, book lists, videos, and reproducibles in a daily blog by teachers from the classrooms of extraordinary mentor

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Feeling Words

This is a pack of for your writing center or word wall. They are a set of feeling words. This pack contains a full page list (color and black and white versions), word strips, and word wall cards. My kids love to use them to help them spell words or come up with writing ideas. Laminate for durabi...

Owl Moon: Jane Yolen, John Schoenherr: Good for similes and metaphors Moon Activities, Nature Activities, Montessori Activities, Winter Activities, Preschool Activities, Jane Yolen, Similes And Metaphors, Owl Moon, Five In A Row

Short and Sweet ~ maybe

The messy desk that greeted me this weekend! Can you tell I have afternoon duty on Fridays? Well, my head is racing with all that the weeks ahead hold, for my class and for me. That must be the very reason I feel so scattered this weekend. I dropped by work yesterday; you know, to get caught up on all the reading response notebooks stacked on my desk. One guess as to what I brought home with me. Just guess what is right here in the chair next to me...hmmm. I wonder. Guess I will have to keep…

Come On, Rain! by Karen Hesse - read aloud w/ Out of the Dust to compare author style/word choice Weather For Kids, Weather Unit, Weather Book, African American Books, American Children, American Food, Sensory Details, Interactive Read Aloud, School

Workshops and rainy nights

Thursday afternoon I rushed around my classroom, planning for a substitute. If there is anything I hate more, I cannot think of it. Trust me, I would so much rather be in my classroom! I will say; however, that this day and a half in workshops was well worth it. I feel lucky to be a part of the Arkansas Benchmark Review Committee. The entire process of creating, field testing, and then launching an exam of such importance seems so daunting, but to be a part of it for a year now has very…

Grade Frolics: Anchor Chart Linky, Smile, and a Freebie! 4th Grade Writing, First Grade Reading, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Fourth Grade, Second Grade, Sensory Language, Language Arts, Adjective Anchor Chart

Anchor Chart Linky, Smile, and a Freebie!!

4th Grade Classroom with lots of ideas, tips, downloads, classroom management, organizations and more!

"Show Not Tell" Anchor chart from a grade writing unit about fairy tales. The fairy tale heading, “In a land far, far away…” leads right into the purpose for the chart, “We show not tell feelings.” Then they include Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities, Writing Tips, Teaching Ideas, Drama Activities

Anchor Charts – Page 7 – ELA in the middle

Posts about Anchor Charts written by ELA teacher

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Workshops and rainy nights

Thursday afternoon I rushed around my classroom, planning for a substitute. If there is anything I hate more, I cannot think of it. Trust me, I would so much rather be in my classroom! I will say; however, that this day and a half in workshops was well worth it. I feel lucky to be a part of the Arkansas Benchmark Review Committee. The entire process of creating, field testing, and then launching an exam of such importance seems so daunting, but to be a part of it for a year now has very…

Just in case you missed it as you have perused Flamingos and Butterflies, I am a bit of a book junkie. Yes, we may be in need of an interve. Writing Mentor Texts, Teaching Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Ideas, Education And Literacy, Science Curriculum, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Sensory Words

Big, beautiful (and busy!) world

Such a busy day we had on a day that should be filled with moments of silence and remembrance. For today's post I think I will start by sharing my first (and most important for this date) picture books for the day: September 12th We Knew Everything Would Be All Right by Masterson Elementary Students and There's A Big, Beautiful World Out There by Nancy Carlson are both wonderful ways to bring such a difficult topic to the carpet. My sweet fourth graders have such a difficult time…