Teach Anxiety Management for the Real World

Date: July 24th, 2022

Anxiety is part of life. If we don’t teach kids how to manage anxiety, then they won’t know how to manage it as an adult.

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Blurred Lines of Authority at Home

Date: July 10th, 2022

When the lines of authority are blurry at home, those kids bring that into school. Which means we have to teach them that things are different at school.

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Screen Time as a Behavior Reward?

Date: July 3rd, 2022

‘Screen time’ as a reward does not teach social skills. Which means you could be making social skills worse by using screen time as a reward.

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Create a “Culture Calendar”

Date: May 22nd, 2022

A “Culture Calendar” would be a great way to build your school’s community!

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SEL and Standing in Line

Date: May 15th, 2022

When you teach kids how to stand in line, teach them the SOCIAL SKILLS involved – they can use these the rest of their life.

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Teach the Do’s and Don’ts of Apologies

Date: May 8th, 2022

Making a kid give an apology doesn’t actually mean they feel sorry. Here’s how to teach meaningful apologies!

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Disrespect is a Behavior to Manage

Date: April 3rd, 2022

Before we can hold kids responsible for DISRESPECT we really have to define RESPECT. Then we have to teach it.

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Pandemic Behavior: 10th Graders Acting Like 7th Graders

Date: February 12th, 2022

This pandemic has caused a gap between developmental age and chronological age for many kids. So what do we do when a 10th grader acts like a 7th grader or a kindergartner behaves like a 2 year old?

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3 Ways to Reduce a Kid’s Stress

Date: February 6th, 2022

When kids don’t know how to handle their stress, it causes behaviors. If we help them to reduce their stress, it will end up reducing behaviors as well!

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Behavior: 14 Things Kids Can’t Handle

Date: January 30th, 2022

There is a list of things kids struggle with handling. And when they can’t handle these things, it causes behavior!

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