All documents are in a PDF File form. Feel free to download them and use them with your students and children! Please note that all of these documents are my own creations. At this point, all downloads are free for anyone to use. I enjoy sharing ideas and materials with families and other teachers, but I expect credit for their creation to remain to me. Thank you for understanding…. Check back often! New ideas and documents will be added to the top of the page periodically! Enjoy!

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A Kids Guide for Understanding and Handling Change (PowerPoint format – 17 slides)

Student Worksheet: Reflecting on Expected & Unexpected Changes

Rating the “Size” of a Change on the 5 Point Scale

Processing a change

Analzing a Teasing Situation – processing sheet for adult/child

Types of Teasing Flowchart – Describes friendly vs mean teasing

Flexible Thinker and Rock Thinker Comic for kids to complete ** SuperFlex is copyrighted with Stephanie Madrigal and Michelle Garcia Winner, available at:  www.socialthinking.com

Types of Friendship PowerPoint for Kids

Thanksgiving Table Manners – visual cue cards

Teaching kids about what “Transitioning” means (between schedule items)

Transition Self-Report

Behavior Matrix – Defines what it “looks like” to be Respectful, Responsible, Safe & Kind in 4 school contexts

Terrific Ticket related to the Behavior Matrix

Try Again Ticket related to the Behavior Matrix

Blank Behavior Matrix

Visual Cue cards for Staff: Voice off, Lets take a walk, Join the group, Raise Hand, Start your work, Its time to go, Look at the teacher, Find a new spot, Stop

Tattling Visuals

Ignoring Visual Cue and Power Tools

Ignorning PPT for kids

Bullying – What is it? Why kids bully others? How to handle a bully..

Terrific Tickets

“Brain Eater” – An interactive powerpoint presentation to explain this SuperFlex (Madrigal & Winner 2008) “Unthinkable” character that teaches about being DISTRACTED

“Brain Eater” cue cards about ways to “defeat” him & ignore distractions

Brain Eater worksheet about home and school distractors

“Brain Eater” Thinking Bubbles

Parent Letter explaining SuperFlex’s (Madrigal & Winner, 2008) “Energy Harey” and “Brain Eater”

Peer Mediation – An outline and a script for the peer mediators

Handling Hurt Feelings

Rock and Flexible Thinkers – PowerPoint slides for students

Role Play Flexible Rock Thinkers

“What we can learn from Losing a Game” student book

Sportsmanship Checklist – student self-assessment about sportsmanship after playing games with peers

Transition Rules (for young kids) – has a photo of a transition puppet I use named “Zipe” – you could cover this if need be

Hidden expectations of 5 ways of working in the classroom

5 Levels of Working in the Classroom Self-Evaluations

Social Secret: Tossing Pictures/gifts people give you

Social Secret: Using Table Manners

Social Secret: Table Manners II

Script: Explaining how to play a board game or card game

Friend or Dneirf (from Social Star curriculum)

Different Types of Friends

Social Story about Tossing out pictures people give you

Study Skill Activities

http://www.idodogtricks.com/index_flash.html – This is really just fun site where friends can watch a little dog perform tricks based on your own commands! Friends can take turns typing in basic doggie commands and watch the little pooch perform! Be sure to try typing in “dance”, “sneeze” and “kiss” to see what he does!🙂

Desk Cleaning and Sort visuals

How to Make a Friend File (visual to support M.G. Winner’s concept)

Friend File Worksheet

Paraprofessional role during lunch and recess

Parts of Play

Puppy-Frog-Snail Pictures

Recess Behaviors

Recess Self-Reflection half sheets

© Jill D. Kuzma, Minneapolis MN, 2008. All Rights Reserved.
Neither this document nor its concept may be duplicated, distributed, or re-published in any format without written permission from the author/owner.

8 responses »

  1. Too much and not enough! I love it all and I want more.
    You have put so much time and thought into this! Thank you so very much for making it available to everyone. You have a good heart.
    Colette
    Early Childhood Consultant for Preschool Speech and Language Services, mother of child with High Functioning ASD.

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