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Social work activities

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Must-Have Children's Books and Videos About Respect

Add these respect books and videos to your classroom collection. These are great to teach your students essential character education skills.

14 Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy Activities

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an umbrella term. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of therapy that focuses on thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and has been found to be effective in...


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10 Must-have Games for Your Therapy Bag or Classroom – CreativeCOTA
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to teach idioms? This Boom Cards deck is great for small group, whole classroom and teletherapy sessions! Perfect for an interactive ELA lesson!
These low prep, engaging anger management activities will help your students learn about anger warning signs, anger triggers, and positive coping skills. These activities are designed to go with the book Crankenstein by Samantha Berger, but you do not need the book to do the activities.All activities are also included in a Google Slides format, which makes this a great resource for distance learning or social distancing!
Cooperative learning is more than group work. It is strategies built with the purpose of ensuring students participating share the work equally and have a vested interest in success. Through collaborative learning structures, students stay accountable. This happens all while working on embedded social skills and achieving a common goal. In short, cooperative learning activities are a model for real-life work experiences. They require participants to work together with positive interdependence.