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This unique book includes 63 dynamic, fun activities to help children learn and practice good character, study skills, career exploration and relationship skills. In one book a counsellor or guidance teacher has a lesson for each grade level on each of nine important developmental topics and a classroom curriculum for the year. Another unique feature is that each lesson is accompanied with hand signs to teach the children. These signs are adapted from universal sign language and are easy to learn. They can cement the concept provide follow-through after the lesson has been taught and make the lesson unforgettable!
Author: Betts H. Gatewood, Ed.S., LPC, NBPTS
Players respond to prompts around the topic of bullying. Discussions may include what student can say to a bully, what it feels like to be bullied, what are the results of bullying and how bystanders help. This offers a fun way to discuss a serious topic that affects many students. This game can encourage students to talk openly about how bullying affects them and others at their school. This can encourage victims of bullying to speak out and for bullies and bystanders to share their perspectives as well.... More info
Have you ever had students who had a difficult time focusing? Hocus Pocus Learn to Focus is a fictional story which demonstrates the factual problems children can have with focusing. The story is a fun way to show students different strategies to solve their focus problems. Randy Cazell is an elementary guidance counsellor who wants to help students learn practical approaches to help them focus in school. Her six year old granddaughter LP contributed the 'life' to the story by creating and illustrating each character. There are several practical activities included at... More info
All of us make many, many choices each day. Each choice will result in something that will happen afterwards. If we “Stop” and “Think” before we act, we are much more likely to make better choices. This book will help children learn about choices they make every day and their outcomes or consequences. It presents several common, real-life situations, each with a choice to be made. Children are encouraged to compare what will likely happen if they make a good choice, versus a bad choice. Children are told to... More info