Early Childhood Self Help Skills Checklist. Quick screen for therapists to assess developmental status of self help skills. Conveniently organized into Sub-Sections, which include: Self-Dressing Skills, Feeding Skills, Toileting Skills, and Personal Hygiene/Grooming Skills. Organized into age ranges 12-18 months, 18-24 months, 24-30 months, 30-36 months, 3-4 years, 4-5 years, and 5-7 years.
Looking for self-control activities for kids? We’ve rounded up 30 of our favorite games to help children develop appropriate social skills and behavior management strategies both at home and in the classroom. Perfect for early childhood and beyond, these ideas will give parents and teachers the tools needed to learn how to teach children self-control in a fun, nonthreatening way.
I Can Do it! Parent Resource Pages for Self-Help Skills & Personal Information
Looking for a way to support parents in helping their children learn important self help skills and personal information? Try this parent resource packet - great for orientation, open house, or conferences!
These fidget spinner social skills games are great for children to practice social skills. These counseling activities can be used by parents, teachers and counselors. They are a nice addition to any social skills lessons.
Common Therapy Metaphors: Therapy metaphors use a story or illustration to see alternative ways of looking at something. Every culture and religion uses these types of stories, analogies, parables to improve understanding, make a point more memorable, and help us make positive changes.
Cope-cake activity- part of a coping skills activity packet. Make a small cupcake or a large cupcake. Helps children identify their social supports and coping skills (including positive self-talk) through a fun game. Use smelly markers to color your cupcake and your mouth will water...