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.
Author: Donna Forrest & Brandie Rogers
This book is full of lessons activities and reproducibles to help children learn all about feelings. Professional educators, child workers and parents will find this resource to be insightful motivational and fun to use with children. The included games activities and worksheets will help children learn to better understand process and express their feelings in appropriate ways. As a result children will learn to become more self-confident and to improve their social skills. Every bully prevention conflict-resolution anger management or social skills curricula should start by preparing children with a foundation... More info
*Bucket Filling Promotion* *Story Form* The Bucket Squad offers an unique approach to teaching and reinforcing positive social behaviours in children. It provides a curriculum inspired by the work of Carol McCloud who wrote the highly acclaimed book, Have You Filled a Bucket Today?: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids. Carol who is also affectionately known as “The Bucket Lady” has written the “Forward” included in this book. The Bucket Squad book provides 10 targeted lessons and activities to help children learn and sharpen their social skills. The curriculum is... 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parents who have: Anger and Hostility Inconsistent Parenting Styles Anxieties A Project Blaming Approach Emotionally Withdrawn Behaviour Lack of Follow-Through Mental Health Issues An Oppositional Disposition Reluctance to Own Responsibilities Alcohol/Drug Problems Memories... More info