All printable activity pages in one convenient place - Below I also have a list of all of the activities I have posted so far. Enjoy, and if you need additional directions or ideas on how to use these activities, please see my older blog posts (there is a previous blog for each of these activities with further explanations and ideas).
Whether you’re a new school social worker just starting out or looking to update the outdated forms you’ve been using since the mid 90′s, the pack is sure to meet your needs. It includes forms commonly needed for school social work practice!
This small group counseling resource contains self esteem games, self esteem activities, task cards, and worksheets to help children ages 9 to 14 learn how to value their worth and gain more self-confidence. When children know that they are of value and are important, they perform well in school and are more likely to find success later in life.
Drawing out feelings is a nonthreatening way of approaching students with big emotions. Students can write their worries in each drop and demonstrate the size of their worries. Counseling professionals can help kids identify which situations may be bigger or smaller than what is drawn.Perfect to use with the Drowning In Worry PowerPoint