Mental Health: AnxietyQuick View

Mental Health: Anxiety

PSHE resources: 1hr PP, 3x worksheets, clip link with questions. Suitable for KS3/4 with variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core. Differentiated to 3 levels throughout. Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for 'Good' or above. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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Mental Health - Anxiety and Worries Group interventionQuick View

Mental Health - Anxiety and Worries Group intervention

The intervention Who is if for? This Anxiety and Worries Group intervention is for a group of up to six children and is led by a teaching assistant. The focus age range would be 7 to 11, although older pupils would probably benefit from this intervention. Children who worry a lot would be a good focus group for this intervention. It runs for approximately 40-60 minutes, weekly for six weeks. What does it cover? This Anxiety and Worries Group intervention covers emotions, relaxation, calming down techniques and learning objectives around anxiety and worries. Children will learn about emotions during each session and will also learn relaxation and calming techniques through the ‘relaxation time’. This knowledge and these skills will help them to become more emotionally literate. The warm-up games teach a variety of skills such as co-operation, team work, taking turns, communication skills, friendship, self-esteem and confidence. The coming together of a group fosters a sense of belonging and therefore raises self-esteem. Every opportunity should be taken to promote belonging and friendship. Relaxation exercises will help children to manage their anxiety and these are visited each session. Information on Anxieties and worries It is important to mention that anxiety is such a big problem and affects people in different ways and at different things. Sometimes there appears to be no reason for the anxiety. This intervention is about giving children the knowledge to help themselves and to gain a little understanding about what anxiety is. It is NOT about fixing children’s problems but about supporting them through their problems. Anxiety work needs to be done by professionals who have training in counselling or psychology. An ELSA or TA can offer knowledge and support and it is important that this line is not crossed and boundaries are clear. By giving children the self-awareness, knowledge and some relaxation skills you are empowering them to help themselves cope. If you are ever worried about a child then please do refer them on to professional services so they can get the help they need. What’s included in the pack? A planning booklet with 6 session plans. Circle time rules Warm up games for circle-time Assessments Emotion wheels Emotion wordmat Certificates Five Star Breathing poster NEEDS to know Poster Emotion cards NEEDS to know cards Anxiety physical symptoms cards Where in your body worksheet Anxiety cards Coping strategies poster Worry tree Thought bubbles (ants) Changing those thoughts worksheet Zap anxiety poster My Five a day plan ELSA/Teaching Assistant notes
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Positive Self-talk for anxiety and worries (Mental Health)Quick View

Positive Self-talk for anxiety and worries (Mental Health)

Positive self-talk display pack for anxiety Help children to change their thoughts when they feel anxious by displaying these thought bubbles in your classroom or area. Print the banner as a poster in Adobe, you can choose how many sheets to print it over using the settings. What is included? How to change ‘Self-talk’ list 17 thought bubble suggestions Positive ‘self-talk’ list Positive ‘self-talk’ worksheet ‘When I feel anxious I can say’ banner
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Tackling anxiety and depression - building resilienceQuick View

Tackling anxiety and depression - building resilience

Young people are faced with so many issues today. It is a national issue, young people crumbling under the pressure. Anxiety/depression are continuing to overwhelm our students. I've put together this resource to help understand what it is, to help talk about the issues and using a 6 domain of resilience to get students thinking about how they can overcome these (and other mental health) issues.
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A Corky Idea: team building scavenger hunt for educatorsQuick View

A Corky Idea: team building scavenger hunt for educators

A team building activity may be just what your building needs. This scavenger hunt promises your teacher teams will have fun with laser focus on educational topics. Are your teachers suffering from project fatigue? Is the uncertainty of current educational trends increasing anxiety levels? Make your teams more productive and efficient at work with the power of relationships and time to collaborate. Use this tool with your leadership team over the summer or to launch a big initiative. Contact me to share and exchange ideas.
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E-Z Test Readiness (Gr. 2)Quick View

E-Z Test Readiness (Gr. 2)

Now you can prepare students for standardized tests easily and thoroughly without disrupting your on-going curriculum!Easily incorporated into your daily routine, E-Z Test Readiness offers small units of practice featuring the concepts, format, and response styles of major standardized tests. These "mini-tests" offer repeated practice of sample items in a standardized testing format. The multiple-choice questions and corresponding bubble sheet are sure to add to the realistic experience.Based on the most widely used national standardized tests, E-Z Test Readiness will: reduce test anxiety, build confidence, improve test scores, increase mastery of content, and more!
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E-Z Test Readiness (Gr. 4)Quick View

E-Z Test Readiness (Gr. 4)

Now you can prepare students for standardized tests easily and thoroughly without disrupting your on-going curriculum!Easily incorporated into your daily routine, E-Z Test Readiness offers 112 small units of practice featuring the concepts, format, and response styles of major standardized tests. These "mini-tests" offer repeated practice of sample items in a standardized testing format. The multiple-choice questions and corresponding bubble sheet are sure to add to the realistic experience.Based on the most widely used national standardized tests, E-Z Test Readiness will: reduce test anxiety, build confidence, improve test scores, increase mastery of content, and more!
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E-Z Test Readiness (Gr. 3)Quick View

E-Z Test Readiness (Gr. 3)

Now you can prepare students for standardized tests easily and thoroughly without disrupting your on-going curriculum!Easily incorporated into your daily routine, E-Z Test Readiness offers small units of practice featuring the concepts, format, and response styles of major standardized tests. These "mini-tests" offer repeated practice of sample items in a standardized testing format. The multiple-choice questions and corresponding bubble sheet are sure to add to the realistic experience.Based on the most widely used national standardized tests, E-Z Test Readiness will: reduce test anxiety, build confidence, improve test scores, increase mastery of content, and more!
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PE Poster: Physical Education...We're Kind of a Big DealQuick View

PE Poster: Physical Education...We're Kind of a Big Deal

P.E. IS A BIG DEAL!!! We are PHYSICAL EDUCATION teachers and we are PROUD to be teaching in a field that we LOVE! We understand the many benefits that our students receive from a quality physical education program. WE ARE A BIG DEAL!!! Physical education encourages physical activity for life, provides an outlet for creativity and self-expression, develops cooperation and teamwork, builds self-confidence, provides opportunities for personal goal-setting, increases personal fitness and motor skill development, helps reduce stress & anxiety, strengthens relationships with others and boosts academic learning! This poster was developed as a FUN physical education ENTRY VISUAL that gets straight to the point. This poster was designed to be placed on or above a gym door to let others know (in a fun way) that we are PROUD of who we are and PROUD of what we teach!
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PE Poster: We are Phys Ed StrongQuick View

PE Poster: We are Phys Ed Strong

SHOUT IT OUT!!! We are united as Physical Education teachers that our profession is STRONG! We are the place to be in the school to develop our students holistically. We teach to improve our students physical, cognitive and affective domains. WE ARE A BIG DEAL!!! Physical education encourages physical activity for life, provides an outlet for creativity and self-expression, develops cooperation and teamwork, builds self-confidence, provides opportunities for personal goal-setting, increases personal fitness and motor skill development, helps reduce stress & anxiety, strengthens relationships with others and boosts academic learning! This poster was developed as a FUN and ATTRACTIVE physical education ENTRY VISUAL that gets straight to the point. This poster was designed in 4 colors to be placed on or above a gym door to let others know (in a fun way) that we are PROUD of who we are and PROUD of what we teach!
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The "I" - Identity Construction, Cyberbullying and Digital CitizenshipQuick View

The "I" - Identity Construction, Cyberbullying and Digital Citizenship

Package includes: 1. Slide presentation (23 slides) 2. Visuals, prompts and interactive modelling slides 3. 3 assignments, 1 summative 4. Worksheets, assignment instructions and rubrics Intro: This lesson raises awareness about identity construction as it occurs on online social platforms – interactions that tend to breed negativity and impulsive articulations that often lead to acts of cyberbullying. The most vulnerable are those differentiated by ethnicity, gender identity, class and physical appearance. The implications that arise from such conduct are typically misunderstood as the pretense of anonymity, and general ignorance of “digital permanence,” create the impression that the virtual online “identity” is transient or inconsequential to the offline world. Digital citizenship is a notion that remains poorly understood and underappreciated even as more and more of our lives are “lived” on servers and networks. Learning Goals 1. Through exploration, appreciate the various ways we construct identity. 2. Appreciate how we all share the same concerns and anxieties about self-identity. 3. Articulate how digital technology has changed how we express our identity and relate with each other. 4. Explain and appreciate the various issues of digital citizenship. 5. Apprehend the underlying commercial interests and technologies that undermine our privacy.
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Stress PPT TemplateQuick View

Stress PPT Template

Make Attractive PowerPoint Presentations with the help of Stress PPT Template Key Features of Stress PPT Template * Simple color-coded format * Easy to use with Text * Facilitates communication with customer * Save hours on making presentation * Attractive charts and diagrams * Reasonable price * Slides –21 Slides
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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Art History - Post Impression - 187 SlidesQuick View

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Art History - Post Impression - 187 Slides

This is a complete presentation on Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Art History - Post Impressionism. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FOR YOUR REVIEW ON THIS PAGE. THIS IS YOUR BEST INDICATION OF PRODUCT QUALITY. EXCERPT: Painting: Vincent van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec, 1888, oil, canvas Arguably the best portrait of van Gogh, as painted by an artist other than himself. Lautrec was 23 and van Gogh 34 when this was painted. Perhaps because of his own deformities, Lautrec was especially skilled in picking up slight nuances in a subject’s face or way of holding himself. Here he captures the inherent tenseness and anxiety which permeated van Gogh, even while he was relaxing with a friend. His body is leaning forward and his hands seem to be moving one over the other. The expression on his face is slightly tense, wary and watchful. A glass of absinthe is in front of him. Both he and Lautrec drank it together, one after the other. Today we know that absinthe is no more dangerous than any other alcohol. Back then, it was considered the most dangerous alcoholic beverage. EXCERPT: Painting: Streetwalker, 1890-91, Toulouse-Lautrec, oil, cardboard The prostitute Golden Helmet is the subject. The nickname refers to her hair. The sitting took place in the garden of Lautrec's neighbor in Montmartre. Lautrec avoided fantasy with his subject matter. Rather, he accurately reflected the circumstances surrounding his subjects. Lautrec and van Gogh were among the first artists to paint working class people and prostitutes differently from the artists before them. The prior way of depicting them was as types of people. Lautrec and van Gogh painted them as individuals instead. Many young women were drawn to Paris initially because they wanted to become stars like Jane Avril or La Goulue. When their hopes faded, they fell into prostitution instead. In the twentieth century, women would experience the same as they flocked to Hollywood instead.
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Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!Quick View

Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!

------ Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!------- You need good visuals in your classroom and don’t have time to search for good images yourself? No problem- this printable gives you excellent visuals for all your students with minimal prep for you! Start the year off right- this is a LIFESAVER with everything you need all put together in one spot! Visual Schedules are so important for students with Autism and those with multiple profound disabilities. Knowing what is happening next and what they are doing that day can alleviate a lot of anxiety. Best Part… you don’t need a color printer. These icons are all black and white- to jazz them up and make them your own just print on color paper or paper with designed edges. Perfect way to personalize for YOU! Included in this printable are: --> 72 Full Page Schedule Labels --> Printable Personalized Sized Icons (9 per page) to Create Student Schedules --> Schedule Icons Included: 1:1 Time (tablet), Assembly, Art, Bell Work, Break (3), Breakfast, Bus Time, Calm Down Corner, Calendar Time, Centers, Change Teacher, Check Schedule, Class Chore, Choir, Circle Time, Cooking Class, Computer Class, Computer Time, Current Events, Desk Work, English, Field Trip, Free Time, Game Time, G/T Time, Grooming Check, Interventions, Journal Time, Large Group, Library Time, Line Up, Listening Station, Lunch, Math, Morning Work, Music, Nurse, Outdoor Time, Pair-Share Time, Parent Pick-Up, Partner Work, PE/Gym, Play Time, Quiet Work, Read Aloud, Reading, Recess, Restroom, Science, Sensory Break, Sensory Time, Silent Reading, Small Group, Social Studies, Specials, Specialist, Speech, STEM, Story Time, Teacher Group, Teacher Meeting, Testing, Therapy, Think Time, Walking Break, Whiteboard Time, Work, Work Stations, Work Tasks, and Writing www.NoodleNook.Net is a resource for tips, tricks, and activities you can use for students with significant disabilities. Freebies are listed often- so subscribe today and keep up to date with new posts. This resource was created by Ayodele Jones © 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.
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Visual Schedule featuring Boardmaker! Ready to go Class/Personal Schedules.Quick View

Visual Schedule featuring Boardmaker! Ready to go Class/Personal Schedules.

------- Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- featuring BOARDMAKER!------- You need good visuals in your classroom and don’t have time to search for good images yourself? No problem- this printable gives you excellent visuals for all your students with minimal prep for you! Start the year off right- this is a LIFESAVER with everything you need all put together in one spot! Visual Schedules are so important for students with Autism and those with multiple profound disabilities. Knowing what is happening next and what they are doing that day can alleviate a lot of anxiety. Best Part… you don’t need a color printer. These icons are all black and white- to jazz them up and make them your own just print on color paper or paper with designed edges. Perfect way to personalize for YOU! And now with the Boardmaker icons your students are accustomed to, this schedule with work perfectly with your students! Included in this printable are: --> 75 Full Page Schedule Labels --> Printable Personalized Sized Icons (9 per page) to Create Student Schedules --> Schedule Icons Included: 1:1 Time (computer), Art, Assembly, Bell Work, Break (3), Breakfast, Bus Time, Calendar Time, Calm Down Corner, Centers, Change Teacher, Check Schedule, Choir, Circle Time (2), Class Chore, Clinic, Computer Class, Computer Time, Cooking Class, Current Events, Desk Work, English, Field Trip, Free Time, Game Time, Grooming Check, G/T Time, Interventions, Journal Time, Large Group, Library Time, Line Up, Listening Station, Lunch, Math, Morning Work, Music, Nurse, Outdoor Time, Pair-Share Time, Parent Pick-Up, Partner Work, PE/Gym, Play Time, Quiet Work, Read Aloud, Reading, Recess, Restroom, Science, Sensory Break, Sensory Time, Silent Reading, Small Group, Social Studies, Specials, Speech Therapist, Speech, STEM, Story Time, Teacher Meeting, Testing, Therapist, Think Time, Walking Break (2), Whiteboard Time, Work (4), and Writing This resource was created by Ayodele Jones © 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net. The Picture Communication Symbols ©1981–2015 by Mayer-Johnson LLC a Tobii Dynavox company. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Used with permission. Boardmaker® is a trademark of Mayer-Johnson LLC.
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