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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 Cheer2018-12-11T13:32:51+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 Activity2018-11-06T10:13:25+00:00

Peer Pressure Activity


In this 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 stranger on [...]

Peer Pressure Activity2018-10-30T10:17:16+00:00

Coping Skills for Kids


In coping skills worksheets, students will sort coping strategies into “smart” and “not smart” columns. When I need to calm down I go to the boxing gym, maybe have some wine, shirk my responsibilities and watch TV all afternoon, call my best friend, etc. As an adult, I’ve [...]

Coping Skills for Kids2018-09-05T12:20:41+00:00

Summer Practice 2018


This printable is SEL practice to send home with students for the summer. The school year is winding down and summer is finally in sight! Yay! Warm weather, the pool, no alarms, people using your first name, going to the bathroom whenever you great. Your kids can [...]

Summer Practice 20182018-08-29T13:01:05+00:00

Plan Ahead


This resource helps students think ahead and develop an action plan to reach a goal. Around New Year’s I sent you a poster featuring Action Plan Annie from SS GRIN, demonstrating how to create an action plan. So I thought a printable action plan worksheet may be a [...]

Plan Ahead2018-05-11T15:29:12+00:00

Facts vs. Assumptions


This printable will help students differentiate between facts and assumptions. I always wanted to be a detective when I was little. I carried a little notebook around and took down details about the goings-on in my neighborhood, hoping to uncover some sort of sinister plot. I’d pretend to [...]

Facts vs. Assumptions2018-05-11T15:17:48+00:00

Cooperative Art


In this activity, students will work together to create a collaborative artwork, counting on their classmates to do their best work. When I was a student, I always hated group projects. As a type-A perfectionist, it always seemed like I was stuck doing a lot of the work [...]

Cooperative Art2018-11-08T10:01:51+00:00

People Watching


In this  activity, students will become social detectives, observing people’s body language and facial expressions in public spaces to figure out how they may be feeling. I love people watching. While I usually avoid the mall, it’s definitely the best place to people watch. You’ve got teens being [...]

People Watching2018-05-11T14:52:22+00:00

Role Models


In this activity, students will read statements and decide whether they are good, bad, or not important when considering if a person is a good role model. Growing up, my role model was the Pink Ranger from Power Rangers. She fought the bad guys, could do back handsprings, [...]

Role Models2018-05-11T14:44:17+00:00