This is a bin I made for one of my sensory seeking kindergarteners. On her visual schedule she has 2 breaks where she gets to use her sensory bin. What are your favorite sensory tools?
These little things are sooooo fun to create! They are our “Worry Pets.” Each creature has their own set of worries and coping skills! Our life skills kiddos especially love this craft!
Feature Friday! Today’s post is from an amazing school psychologist, @nahalameri ❤️ Emotional health is so important to talk about with kids starting from a young age! Nahal uses the anger control bookmark (picture #1) to remind kids of strategies they can use when they are feeling angry. She uses the Pokémon chart (picture #2) to relate negative emotions to popular characters from Pokémon. She shared that the feelings chart/wheel (pictures #3 and #4) is a great tool to teach younger children about the variety of feelings because sometimes younger children only know the emotions of happy and sad.
A little #wednesdaywisdom for the day. This is such truth for me this week- in running, in work, and in life. Lots of paths, many of them anything but easy. Best things come from being outside comfort zones. 🌺
✨Felt all the feels ✨when I came back to my office and saw these three sweet notes! One of our teachers practices Gratitude Wednesdays in her study hall, and the class went around delivering the notes all around the school! 💙Totally made my day ☺️#itsthelittlethings#schoolpsych#ilovemyjob
#HappyMail featuring my first ever Rae Dunn products! Thank you to the amazing mom and daughter duo @2literacyteachers for hosting an amazing giveaway! Be sure to give them a follow. Can’t wait to use these products! Thank you again ladies! 💕💕