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About Riley Woods

Riley taught K-5 Visual Art in North Carolina for four years before becoming a Customer Success Manager for Personalized Learning Games. She graduated with dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Policy Studies and Photography Illustration from Syracuse University. Riley is a 2011 Teach For America alumna.

Cooperation Lesson #2 – Reaching a Goal Together


We Need Your Feedback Centervention is considering making more lessons in this format that would include a teacher implementation guide with full lesson plan, pre-activity discussion question slides, a video to play during the activity, post-activity discussion question slides, and a downloadable and printable extension activity. [...]

Cooperation Lesson #2 – Reaching a Goal Together2019-02-14T14:13:56+00:00

Starting a Conversation: Middle School Social Initiation


This social initiation activity will help students determine if/when starting a conversation with someone is appropriate, where they should stand when approaching someone, and what they should say when they first approach. I moved to North Carolina from Massachusetts right after college and have consistently moved to a new [...]

Starting a Conversation: Middle School Social Initiation2019-02-12T09:46:20+00:00

Winter Cheer


Feeling a little frosty? This printable flyer with tear-off punny compliments can spread some winter cheer! We can all get a little stressed and overwhelmed when finishing up the school days before a much needed break, or when cooped up inside due to cold weather. So I’m here to [...]

Winter Cheer2019-02-11T12:11:51+00:00

Game Guides: Informational Posters for Zoo U, SS GRIN, and Hall of Heroes


These are informative posters for three of our most popular programs: Zoo U, SS GRIN, and Hall of Heroes. In addition to our core social and emotional skills, our games also encourage resiliency. Most students won't get it right on the first try, and that's more than okay. [...]

Game Guides: Informational Posters for Zoo U, SS GRIN, and Hall of Heroes2019-02-11T12:16:18+00:00

Thanksgiving Cheer


Feeling a little fowl? Use this flyer with tear-off punny compliments to spread some Thanksgiving cheer.. Thanksgiving break is almost here, and you can make it! While we're sure your students are thankful for you and you’re thankful for them (most of the time), we can all get a [...]

Thanksgiving Cheer2019-02-11T12:27:41+00:00

Facts and Assumptions Activity


This facts and assumptions activity will help students with the Check It Out skill: knowing the difference between facts and assumptions, and finding out what’s really true. In the current climate of “fake news” and misinformation spread so easily online, this is a critical skill for any age. [...]

Facts and Assumptions Activity2019-02-12T09:54:13+00:00

Peer Pressure Activity


In this Peer Pressure Activity, students will come up with things they could say to stand up to peer pressure in different situations. We mostly think about peer pressure as a high school thing - friends trying to get you to drink at a party, or a random [...]

Peer Pressure Activity2019-02-12T09:58:18+00:00

Monster Feelings! Halloween Social Skills Activity


Happy Halloween! Time for some spooky social skills! This Monster Feelings activity includes printable dice with emotion words on one and Halloween creatures on the other. Students will roll the dice to see which emotion their creature is feeling, then draw a picture, write a story, or act [...]

Monster Feelings! Halloween Social Skills Activity2019-02-11T12:35:18+00:00

Identifying Feelings in K-1


The first step to emotion regulation is identifying your own feelings. This activity will help K-1 students identify how they, or another person, might feel in a given situation. You might notice that Karma the Chameleon looks a little different on this worksheet. That’s because this is baby Karma [...]

Identifying Feelings in K-12019-02-11T12:35:50+00:00