I Can Practice Mindfulness
What is Mindfulness and How Can it Help in and out of School? Check this out! Best used for Upper Elementary through Middle School.
I Can Handle Homework
Homework – a fact of life and strategies to make it easier! Best used for students 4th through secondary.
I Can Show Compassion
Find out what compassion means and how to show it. Best for students in middle school through secondary.
I Can Handle Peer Pressure
There are solutions where there is peer pressure. Best for students in middle, secondary, and young adult school levels.
I Can Turn My Day Around
Ever have one of those days? Find out four ways to turn it around to a better day! Best for students in middle through secondary school.
I Can Ask for Help
It's OK to ask for help, figure out when and how. Best for students in 4th grade through early secondary.
I Can Follow Directions
Do I know exactly how to follow directions in my classroom? I can learn! Best for students in 2nd grade or 3rd through 5th grade.
I Understand Personal Space
Figure out 'how close should I be?' in many situations. Best for students in 4th grade through early secondary.
I Can Handle Cliques
Find out what a clique is, how they act, what it feels like to be left out, and what strategies to use if cliques are upsetting. Best for students in middle through secondary school level.
Am I a Bully?
It's hard to be bullied, but are you the Bully? Best for students in 4th grade through early secondary.
I Can Stay Safe on the School Bus
Do you know what to do to stay safe? Check our Watson Resources for more information on school safety. Best for primary and early middle school aged students.
I Can Tackle Test Taking
Read on for special education resources to tackle test taking. Best used by primary (4th-5th), middle and secondar school-age students who need some support.
I Can Be Helpful – Not Bossy
Read our special education resources on how to be helpful but not bossy! Best used by primary and middle (6th) school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Making Good Choices at School
Resources to make good choices at school. Best used by primary school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
I Can Handle Put-Downs
Read more for tips and resources for handling put-downs! Best used by primary (4th-5th), middle and secondary school-age students who need some support.
Saying I’m Sorry (and Meaning It)
Resources for how to say I'm sorry and mean it. Best used by primary (3rd-5th), middle and secondary school-age students who need some support.
I Can Feel Good About Myself
Have a Positive Self Image. Best used by primary (4th-5th) and middle (5th-7th) school-age students who need some support.
Don’t Be a Rude Dude
Social manners make a difference! Best used by primary (3rd-5th) and middle (5th-6th) school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Reading Body Language
This man's arms are folded. What does that tell you about his mood? Best used by middle (5th) and secondary school-age students and young adults who need some support.
What to Do About Bullying
Live, in person bullying is different from cyber bullying. Best used by middle (5th grade) and secondary school-age students and young adults who need some supports.
I Can Stay Safe Online
Be careful of the information you share online. Best used by primary (4th & 5th grade), middle and secondary school-age students and young adults who need some support.
What To Do About Worries
Activities to keep the mind from worrying. Best used by primary and middle school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Mealtime Manners
Proper etiquette during meals. Best used by primary and middle school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Taking Care of My Body
Proper hygiene and exercise are important. Best used by primary (4th & 5th) and middle school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Cyber Bullying
Cyber bullying can happen anywhere, even at home where a person should feel safe. Best used by primary (4th & 5th), middle and secondar school-age students and young adults who need some support.
I Can Work in a Group
Working in a group is being part of a team. Best used by Primary, Middle, and Secondary school-aged students who need some support.
Teasing
Learning the difference between friendly and unfriendly teasing. Best used for middle and secondary school-aged students as well as Young Adults who need some supports.
Emotions and Triggers
Controlling emotions and events that trigger them. Best used by Primary, Middle, and Secondary school-aged students, as well as Young Adults who need some supports.
Talking About Feelings
Talking about feelings helps to deal with them. Best used by primary and early middle school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Let’s Play Together
Activities that promote playing with others. Best used by preschool and primary school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
I Can Learn From Losing
It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game! Best used for preschool and primary school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Hellos! Goodbyes!
Greetings are important social skills. Best used for primary and middle school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Having Fun at Recess
Recess is great playtime. Best used for primary school-age students who need some support.
Friends and Teasing
A real friend won't tease you. Best used by primary and early middle school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Feelings
We all have feelings and we care about others. Best used by primary (4th & 5th), middle and secondary school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Calming Down When Things Go Wrong
Calming techniques for unpleasant situations. Best used by preschool, primary and early middle school-age students who need minimal to substantial support.
Building Conversations
How to start a conversation. Best used for primary school-age students who need some support.
Conversation Skills: Listening
There are special skills to use when you really listen to others. Best for middle, secondary, and young adult aged students.
Assertive versus Aggressive
There is a difference! Best used by middle and secondary school-age students as well as young adults who need some support.