Simple and fun daily activities to boost your child's emotional skills
Feelings come and go on a regular basis, just like clouds in the sky. All day, ever day. And learning how to express how you feel, rather than just react can be super difficult. Download the FREE Make Social Learning Stick Calendar for October to get simple and fun daily activities to boost your child's emotional skills. Check the link below to download your free calendar! https://www.makesociallearningstick.com/blog/simple-daily-activities-to-teach-kids-about-emotions #emotions #SEL #ADHD
Supporting challenging behavior at home
Let's all reframe our thinking and view BEHAVIOR AS COMMUNICATION. Ross Greene says that Kids do Well if they can and provides strategies for us to get curious and determine our children's lagging skills: https://makesociallearningstick.mykajabi.com/blog/supporting-challenging-behavior-at-home-during-covid-19-an-interview-with-ross-greene #makesociallearingstick #covid19parenting #distancelearning #positiveparenting #positivediscipline #SEL #socialemotionallearning #parenting
Helping your child with transitions
Download the FREE Make it Stick Calendar for August with the theme of Transition...perfect for back to school! Check the link below to download your free calendar! https://www.makesociallearningstick.com/blog/transitioning-during-uncertain-times
Self-Reg for kids
"Supporting our children’s ability to regulate is critical for self-confidence and well-being, relationships, academics, and life skills." - Leah Kuypers For more information and an interview with Leah Kuypers, hop over to https://www.makesociallearningstick.com/blog/how-to-get-your-child-to-talk-about-their-feelings
Kelly Mahler-Sensory Processing Expert
Check out this great interview with Kelly Mahler to learn more about helping your child with their sensory processing needs. #makesociallearningstick #selfregulation #emotionalregulation
Kelly Mahler-3 Tips on Sensory Processing at Home
Mindfulness is one way to help support your child with sensory awareness. Check out this insightful interview with Kelly Mahler to learn more! #makesociallearningstick #selfregulation #emotionalregulation
Self-care Sunday - Self-care Challenge - Make Social Learning Stick
Whether it's crocheting, gardening, or kickboxing, try out something new. You just might discover a new passion! #selfcare #selfcaresunday #selflove #mentalheatlh #wellness #makesociallearningstick
Calm and Connection Bingo
A good calm and connection activity to help kids cope with coronavirus: #makesociallearningstick #socialemotionallearning #mindfulness #SEL #emotionalregulation #connection #quarantine #covid19 #coronavirus #parenting #positivity #mindset
Interview with Ross Greene-Make Social Learning Stick!
This online parenting course helps parents of kids who need support in social-emotional learning and executive functioning. The course is designed to give parents tools to teach their children with friendships, school, and managing big emotions.
Coping with Overwhelm through Connection: Free Printable Calendar - Make Social Learning Stick!
*Download this awesome calendar below* If it isn’t clear yet, I am super passionate about Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and helping kids (and people in general) to build these skills. I think these are the most important skills in the world and it’s exciting to see others (and the research) agree and focus on …
Brain-based SEL Tips for School Psychologists: A Coffee Chat with Tina Payne Bryson
This blog or "coffee chat" is directed toward educators or therapists but I think it's a must watch for everyone on how to support parents with issues they face with their kids' self-regulation challenges. And...fun announcement, I'm collaborating with the host of this show, Rebecca Branstetter - Thriving School Psychologist soon on a project to help support parents! Stay tuned for updates... https://www.thrivingschoolpsych.com/brain-based-sel-tips-f…/
Low-Prep Conflict Resolution Classroom Guidance Lesson For Both Teachers and School Counselors
What do you get when you combine role playing, art making, imagination, team collaboration, and conversations about healthy ways to deal with conflict? The interactive, low-prep Conflict Resolution Game Show! This fun, interactive guidance lesson can be used as a stand-alone classroom lesson about Conflict Resolution, as an introduction to ways to deal with conflict, or as a review and/or supplement to your social skills lessons.