Teaching Social-Emotional Skills with a Solution Chart
As early childhood teachers, we know how important it is to teach not only academic skills but also those social skills that will last a lifetime! Children who have well-developed social skills tend to do better academically than children who are less socially adept (Lin, Lawrence, and Gorrell 2003). I want to share what I have been using in my classroom to help my students in their social-emotional development...introducing This solution chart supports my students in solving their own…
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One of the best strategies to help children control their anger and calm down, rather than to hit, kick or scream, is the Turtle Technique. This comes from the scripted social story, "Tucker Turtle," that teaches children to act like a turtle by going in their "shell" and taking three breaths to calm down. Then they
Cool Down and Work Through Anger (Learning to Get Along)
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Helping Students Cope with Anger - Inspire Me ASAP
It’s not always rainbows and butterflies. I don’t know about you, but I can tell about the mood of my students the first minute they walk into the classroom in the morning. Their body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice say it all. It seems like every school year, I have at least one student [...]