There are so many reasons why I love watching animated clips while working with my social kids: they are short (so you can stop-start to discuss and still get through it all in 30 minutes), they are engaging (so attention is typically not an issue) and they usually don’t have much language (which means lots […]
This post contains affiliate links. Since I'm a strong believer in the power of thought, one of the lessons for 3rd grade's problem solving unit is on positive attitude/positive thinking. Enter: Julia Cook's Baditude! What to Do
These size of the problem activities will help your students tell the difference between a big problem, a medium problem and small problem. They will look at examples of each and paste them into a visual handout. Students will also consider the size of their reaction to help students who overreact. These are great activities to go with social thinking, zones of regulation, or individual or small group counseling lessons!