Highly stressed children eventually experience increased school failure behaviour difficulties social/emotional problems and/or health difficulties.
This book provides a collection of strategies (including reproducible student worksheets) specifically designed for you to use to help highly stressed children to:
Learn about what are normal anxious feelings
An At-A-Glance Chart is included to help you quickly locate suggested strategies according to the type of activity and where it will be used (i.e. individual student small group or classroom). It will also give you strategies you can share with parents and other professionals who are working with these children.
Grades K - 6
Author: Donna Forrest & Brandie Rogers
*No refund on this item: Was: $38.25* *Reduced by 20% - Now $30.60* This book begins with the illustrated story of The Great Treasure Hunt in which Brian and Lindsay begin an adventure following clues on an old treasure map that leads them through eight Challenge Experiences. From these Challenge Experiences the readers are encouraged to figure out the following Mystery Words (Success Skills) on the incomplete Map Key. *T*eamwork *R*espect *E*mpathy *A*nger Management *S*elf-Discipline *U*niqueness *R*esponsibility *E*ncountering Problems and Persevering The second section of the book provides a variety... More info
*No refund on this item: Was: $28.30* *Reduced by 20% - Now $22.60* This book provides specific strategies insights and hints that can be used to help young people increase their level of happiness. It provides an optimistic approach to help young people develop a healthy happy perspective about themselves and their lives. High school students from South Carolina provided the artwork for this full-colour book which includes: 33 single-page reproducible discussion starters with full-colour artwork. Each of these pages could be easily extended into longer more personalized lessons about happiness.... More info
This unique and invaluable book provides eighty easy-to-follow strategies suggestions and activities for dealing with different kinds of challenges educators face when attempting to communicate and work with some parents. Included are helpful insights to help you understand why some parents may seem particularly challenging to professional educators. Then eighty strategies are offered on how to work with parents who have: Anger and Hostility Inconsistent Parenting Styles Anxieties A Project Blaming Approach Emotionally Withdrawn Behaviour Lack of Follow-Through Mental Health Issues An Oppositional Disposition Reluctance to Own Responsibilities Alcohol/Drug Problems... More info