Feeling Face Cards
In this worksheet, learners will cut and paste emotional expressions onto blank face cards. The emotions include: happy, sad, surprised, angry, and silly.
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101 Ways to Teach Children Social Skills
Increasing pressure to improve student achievement has made it easy to overlook the social skills they also need to develop. With this collection of worksheets and activities, you'll be able to improve children's communication, teamwork,...
K - 6th 21st Century Skills CCSS: Adaptable
Paper Fortune Tellers for Exploring Upsetting Emotions
What kinds of thoughts help us to cope with problems and approach difficult situations? Support learners on the autism spectrum in exploring their emotions and considering the connection between our thoughts and our feelings using one of...
K - 5th 21st Century Skills
Life Journey through Autism: An Educator’s Guide to Asperger Syndrome
Whether this the first time you've had a learner with Asperger Syndrome in your class, or you have years of experience with learners on the autism spectrum, a booklet about the best ways to accommodate these kids in the classroom could...
K - 8th Classroom Support