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Social Emotional Self Assessments (FREE!)
These FREE social emotional self assessments will help you collect data for your school counseling program or small groups. This resource includes 10 assessments over the following topics: anger management, conversation skills, following directions, friendship skills, leadership skills, perseverance, respect, self control, self esteem and self regulation. These are great for selecting students for school counseling small groups or lessons. #CounselorChelsey #SchoolCounseling
Social Problem Solving Task Cards & Journal Prompts - Free SEL Activities
Use these social scenarios and situations task cards to help kids learn how to solve real problems! These are ideal for kids who struggle with making good decisions or get "stuck" in their thinking. So helpful for kids with autism, ADHD, and other social challenges.
100+ Questions to Build Relationships | Digital & Print SEL Activity
FREE list of over 100 questions to help build positive relationships and integrate social emotional learning into the classroom! Use this list to help students build relationships with adults and with each other. #sel #socialemotionallearning #positiveclimate #pathway2success
Teaching Empathy: The Best Way to a Compassionate Classroom – Proud to be Primary
Teach empathy in the classroom with these lessons and activities that build compassion, social skills, social emotional learning and social awareness. Great for community building in the classroom as well! #empathy #compassion #socialskills #communitybuilding #classroommanagement
Expected And Unexpected Behaviors Foldable Activity - FREE!
This free expected v. unexpected behavior foldable activity is perfect for helping your students learn that the behavior that is expected depends on the setting. Students will identify expected and unexpected behavior with friends, family, and strangers. This is a great activity to go along with zones of regulation, social skills groups, or students with ADHD or Autism. #CounselorChelsey #SchoolCounseling #ExpectedBehavior #ZonesOfRegulation
16 Social-Emotional Learning Games for Kids – Proud to be Primary
16 social-emotional learning games for kids are great for the classroom or home use. Teach positive social interactions, encourage relationship skills, and practice effective communication. Kids and teachers will enjoy the printable resources, board games, and more that build character and social skills. #socialskills #socialemotional #charactereducation #classroomgames
Expected Behaviors Escape Room
I love this expected behaviors escape room activity to teach kids and young adults about group work behaviors, hallway behaviors, behaviors with friends, and more. Kids and teens will learn the social skills of what is expected and not expected. They will solve puzzles and think of it as a game while they are learning real skills they need! #socialskills #escaperoom