Help students become problem solvers

mixedupdays: “ My school is pushing Kelso’s choice wheel, but since I have a “rockets and robots” theme in my room, I decided to draw my own. It has the exact same choices and wording, and it was a lot of fun to draw. So yesterday I made a T chart.

Great way for students to solve or deal with their problems independently. I've already heard my kindergarteners saying, "Go to the wheel of choices!"

Great way for kids to solve or deal with their problems independently. I've already heard my kindergarteners saying, "Go to the wheel of choices!

Help manage behaviors for students with special needs and students with autism through the use of visual coping strategies

Calm Down Kit- 2nd Edition!

Calm Down Kit- behavioral and visual supports for students with special needs and autism. Calm Down Corner, Calm Down Area, Sensory Break. Calm Down Reflection. Positive Behavioral Intervention Services - use in safe place area

Fun way to pair students up! and put the ones you don't want paired on the same wheel ;)

Partner wheel: Put the kids you don't want together in the smaller circle and match them up to the kids in the larger circle! I would add arrows to the larger circle to help younger students understand their partners

Catch em being good

understand motivation These little crafts are "high-fives" that you can give to your students. The positive attention and praise provided by the high-fives can work wonders for students motivation.

http://i.imgur.com/MsU4qOI.jpg Image reads: I hurt my friend's feelings. I can apologize: (picture of sad crying face) 1. I am sorry for...

How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it. The visual aspect of this anchor chart is perfect for students with autism and special learning needs. A great checklist and prompts to apologize appropriately.

These easy-to make meters help children with Asperger's to increase their awareness of voice volume, personal space and levels of formality.  Print them, laminate them, cut them out. Tags: autism, asperger's, personal space, voice volume This was pinned by pinterest.com/joelshaul .  Follow all our boards.

These easy-to make meters help children increase their awareness of voice volume, personal space and levels of formality. Would be good for when visitors come to the classroom and for students to practise and develop their self-control.

BULLY/BUDDY LESSOn CHART. This would be a great pre-activity to use when starting a lesson on bullying. It would help students realize what bullying all entails and maybe make them think twice about how something so "small" could actually be very hurtful to someone else. It would be a great activity to get students talking with each other and about the issue. - Kaitlyn Griep

to go with Mean Jean lesson: BULLY/BUDDY LESSON CHART. This would be a great pre-activity to use when starting a lesson on bullying.

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The "How Big Is My Problem" chart helps students identify the urgency and scale of their problems. Teaching self regulation.

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