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Visual Support cards for Classroom Management

These support cards have been a life saver in my classroom management, student can ask for a break, help and understand when they need to wait and what comes next.

The Creative School Counselors: the mask activity - how I see myself on the inside and how others see me on the outside

Body regulation boards- Autism- Special education-engine run sensory

Body regulation board for special education/autism. Loosely based on "How Does Your Engine Run". Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Free Printable - Self-Regulation Speedometer

Feelings check-in wheel

20140302-153553.jpg (Feelings Check in Board)

My recent “Inside Out” Study Guide for helping teens and adults understand emotions has been getting positive feedback on Pinterest. Today I’m sharing some ideas for helping younger kids and tweens (grades K-8) use the Disney/Pixar movie to better understand their feelings. 1. An emotion pie chart To be honest, I can’t take full credit. One of …

10 Activities and You Tube Songs to Explore Emotions

Have fun exploring emotions with these activities and YouTube songs (Liz's Early Learning Spot)

Self Regulation Scale with "I statement" strategies

How to Help an Angry Child Calm Down Anywhere + Free Printable

Tips for Calming the Angry Child: Why it's ok to be upset, and how we can help our kids learn to calm themselves anywhere!

Out of a desire to do right and impose order on a confusing social world, many children with Asperger's and other ASD's tattle on others and correct people excessively. Kids with ASD can learn to modify this behavior if they are taught the rules on correcting others and if they are given good opportunities to practice. Download, print and cut out this set of 48 illustrated social skill cards. Tags: autism, Asperger's, social skills teaching, tattling, correcting.