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Teaching Social Skills: a lesson on problem solving with situations. Social Skills Lessons, Social Skills Activities, Teaching Social Skills, Counseling Activities, Social Emotional Learning, Therapy Activities, Coping Skills, Life Skills, Career Counseling

I Messages - a lesson on problem solving with situation cards & response sheet

Teach students to effectively communicate and problem solve situations with "I Messages". I feel it is important to empower students to solve problems on their own when appropriate by using skills such as effectively communicating through "I Messages". The following is included in this download: T...

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The Four Agreements | Words Of Wisdom | The Tao of Dana

The four agreements are so simple and powerful.

Psychology infographic and charts 5 Simple and Effective Communication Techniques ~ helping caregivers advocate on… Infographic Description 5 Simple and Effective Communication Techniques ~ helping caregivers advocate on behalf of a loved one Communication Techniques, Interpersonal Communication, Effective Communication, Communication Skills, Self Branding, Coping Skills, Social Skills, Social Work, Leadership

The Caregiver Space

Created by caregivers, for caregivers. This is a safe space for people from around the world to talk about everything caregiving. From the good to the bad and everything in-between.

Social Skill Builders for a group setting to practice for real world events. Good for conversation skills and self advocacy. Social Skills Lessons, Social Skills Activities, Teaching Social Skills, Counseling Activities, Coping Skills, School Counseling, Therapy Activities, Life Skills, Teaching Art

Social Superstar Communication Game

Social skills cards (But I may use them for conversation - to get them talking):

I Message Poster Conflict Resolution Character Ed Social Skills PBIS Elementary Counseling, Counseling Activities, School Counseling, Communication Activities, Elementary Schools, Grief Counseling, Communication Skills, Therapy Worksheets, Therapy Activities

"I Message" Poster for Conflict Resolution Counseling from CounselorBev on TeachersNotebook.com (1 page)

"I Message" Poster for Conflict Resolution Counseling from CounselorBev on TeachersNotebook.com (1 page)

Bullying can be a problem for some elementary classrooms, but not anymore! Use this 76 page resource to help your and grade students learn that being a bully is NOT ok. With purchase you receive posters, reading passages, printable Anti Bullying Activities, Bullying Lessons, Counseling Activities, Therapy Activities, Leadership Activities, Elementary School Counseling, School Social Work, School Counselor, Elementary Schools

Bullying Activities Role Plays and Poster Set

Bullying can be a problem for some elementary classrooms, but not anymore! Use this 76 page resource to help your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students learn that being a bully is NOT ok. With purchase you receive posters, reading passages, printables, role playing scenarios, activities, and more! Click through to see how this could benefit your second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth grade classroom or homeschool students today! $

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Teaching Talk it Out: I-Message Lesson Plans

This post contains affiliate links. A few years ago, our 3rd and 4th graders were just plain old mean to each other. Half the time, it was coming from them feeling wronged by the other person

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"I" Message, "I" Statement

An “I” message or “I” statement is a style of communication that focuses on the feelings or beliefs of the speaker rather than thoughts and characteristics that the speaker attributes to the listener. For example, a person might say to his or her partner, “I feel abandoned and worried when you consistently come home late …