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"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.

DIY Dry Erase Speech Bubbles - Check out this awesome DIY dry erase speech bubbles tutorial via Weddingbee. These creations will be a great addition to the classroom for various subjects. - How would you use these in your classroom?

Thus ensuring I need a photobooth when I get married. Photo-booth Dry Erase Speech Bubbles - Use cardboard, paint stick, duct tape and contact paper.

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FREE PRINTABLE MOODBEAR - Great for discussing emotions! Draw faces on the back of the face slip to talk about pragmatics, moods "happy, not happy"

resources and activity ideas for teaching kids social skills

Help Kids Improve Social Skills - Resources and Activity Ideas

Instruction: teaching kids social skills resources and activity ideas. Emergent Bilinguals will benefit from learning social skills

#5 Cranium Coach: using self-talk with help from your built-in brain coach! From Cranium Coach, Superflex learned how to use his inner brain coach to motivate himself to keep working to defeat whatever Unthinkable was near or to call on a Thinkable when necessary.

Superflex: Social Town Citizens Discover 82 New Unthinkables for Superflex to Outsmart!

Classroom Management Miracle: Executive Functioning | Scholastic.com

Semi-Homemade Valentines for Busy Teachers

The honeymoon is over and classroom management mishaps have probably popped up. You might be searching for a magic solution, and classroom executive functioning may just be the answer!

comic strip stories, great for teaching kids perspective taking skills; Or have the kids draw their own stick figures

comic strip stories, great for teaching kids perspective taking skills; Or have the kids draw their own stick figures

Let’s face it – no one likes to take a test. It’s normal to feel a little jittery when we know we are being “judged” in some way.  And, no matter how nicely we try to package it, our kids understand that the assessment they are about to take is, in fact, meant to judge them.

Stress Counselling

Could laminate and let kids draw on body to describe their feelings. Helping children learn to manage stress. Printable guide with kid-friendly activities

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