School Luncheons: Arugula Salad Recipe

School Luncheons: Arugula Salad Recipe

I have another school luncheon recipe to share with you! My arugula salad is quick and easy, tasty, and a healthier choice. Whenever I put this out, there is never any left. It’s a great…

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Social Skills Resources For Middle School Students With Autism

Social Skills Resources For Middle School Students With Autism

There seem to be plenty of resources for elementary students. But social skills resources for middle schoolers with autism are harder to come by. As they get older, autistic students tend to need resources with…

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12 Books About Self-Esteem and Confidence

12 Books About Self-Esteem and Confidence

Sometimes teaching self-esteem and confidence can be difficult. Sure, we might start with identifying strengths and weaknesses, but self-worth is so much more complex than that. It also includes skills like assertive communication and mindset.…

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My Go-To Books For Teaching Kindness

My Go-To Books For Teaching Kindness

Books are a great way to teach kindness. They usually include examples that students can relate to, giving them ideas of how to be kind. Below are 8 of my favorite books for teaching kindness,…

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Interventions For The Perfectionist

Interventions For The Perfectionist

Sometimes our students can be so hard on themselves. It can be especially hard to help little ones who hate making mistakes, put themselves down, and try to do everything perfectly. I have worked with…

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5 Tips to Help You Practice Self Care Over a School Break

5 Tips to Help You Practice Self Care Over a School Break

Winter break (as well as spring break and summer break) is a great time to reflect on yourself and practice self-care. Around the holidays things can get hectic and school chaotic. Everyone is ready for…

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