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Use permanent marker to write questions on a ball (soccer, beach, volleyball etc) for use in counseling.

Use permanent marker to write questions on a ball (soccer, beach, volleyball etc). Could also add numbers and have a numbered question sheet for students to refer to. Whatever number their thumb lands closest to is the question they answer.

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Behavior Think Sheet that allows students to reflect on their behavior and make a plan for change. Also a spot for teacher and parent signature. Great way to communicate with parents.

As your daughter gets off the bus, you notice her flushed face and her eyes are filled with tears. You ask what’s wrong, and the words come flooding out. “Julia said she won’t play with me at recess anymore. I don’t understand why she’s mad. I was just telling her the right way to play!” So

As your daughter gets off the bus, you notice her flushed face and her eyes are filled with tears. You ask what’s wrong, and the words come flooding out. “Julia said she won’t play with me at recess anymore. I don’t understand why she’s mad.

Like this for making kids think about their actions during a "time out." Thinking about laminating this so it can be reused to save paper and so the "transgression" can be wiped away and forgotten afterward.

When your child makes a mistake, it's a good opportunity to grow and learn. Help them to see where they miss a step and help to put them back on the right path with this easy to use tool. When a child can learn to see their mistakes and correct them, they

When Things Go Wrong (word doc) Sheet for when kids come in after play stressed about 'issues' that have happened outside. Good to keep as a record, for giving some 'cool down' time, getting all sides of the story and also allows teaching to continue uninterrupted, 'til you're ready to deal with it.

When Things Go Wrong (word doc) Sheet for when kids come in after play stressed about 'issues' that have happened outside. Good to keep as a record, for giving some 'cool down' time