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Happiness
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R’s, L’s, g’s

Learning to say words with these letters correctly


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R’s, L’s, g’s

Working on correctly saying any words with the letters R,G,L


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Talk in my mind!

When I feel upset, I will use the “Talk in my mind” tool to help me stay calm!


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Evaluate a Solution to a Problem

Changes happen every day. Sometimes changes feel like a problem. We need to think about the size of the problem and the best solution. We can make the best choice of what to do.


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Following Directions in School

Following directions is important. When we learn in a group we all need to follow along so we don’t interrupt others learning. When we cooperate we learn new information together.


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Good Versus Uncomfortable Thought

Managing your thoughts so feelings and emotions won’t create behaviors that lower your self esteem.


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Believe In Myself

Basing decisions on your beliefs and not the words of others


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Handling Changes at School

There are many changes each day at school. Some changes we can expect, like at the start of new school year with a new teacher. Whatever the change is we need to stay in control.


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Greetings-Meeting Someone New

Meeting someone new happens often but it can make us feel nervous. There are many things to remember to make a good impression. Our words, voice, and body language tell a lot.


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Classroom Rules

Students will pair up using Kangan strategies to walk around the room and create rules that will help them be successful in the classroom.


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Classroom Rules

Students will do a walk around the room and create rules that will help them be more successful.


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Fill It In11

What would you do if you had common sense??


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Expected or Unexpected?

Sort each behavior into expected or unexpected.


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How does interrupting feel?

Match who is feeling respected and who is feeling disrespected.


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How does interrupting feel?

Perspective taking for when others are interrupted.


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