Feelings, Keep Calm and Self-Esteem Affirmation Flash Cards Mega Bundle

Feelings, Keep Calm and Self-Esteem Affirmation Flash Cards Mega Bundle

This Mega Bundle includes 6 of our resources. It includes: * 27 Feelings Flash Cards: How Do I Feel * 50 Keep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens * 75 Self-Esteem Affirmation Cards Feelings Flash Cards: The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. It comes in black & white as well. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Happy 2.Lonely 3. Mad 4. Proud 5. Sad 6. Embarrassed 7. Sheepish 8. Shy 9. Skeptical 10. Suprised 11. Worried 12. Disappointed Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Anxious 2. Bored 3. Confused 4. Enraged 5. Excited 6. Hurt 7. Mad- Accusatory 8. Mad- Indignant 9. Peeved-Tantruming 10. Proud 11. Scared 12. Shy 13. Smug- Self- Important 14. Startled 15. Stressed Self-Esteem Affirmation Cards: These 75 affirmation cards are a great way to boost your student's self-esteem. This could serve as an acknowledgment and recognition for their good traits. It could serve as a positive reinforcement for their good behaviour. It could also help your students identify their good traits especially for those students who are socially shy. Cards include: 1. I am good at Math 2. I am good at Art 3. I am good at organizing 4. I am good with computers 5. I am good at singing 6. I am healthy 7. I am good at reading 8. I am good at sports 9. I am good at Science 10. I am good in studying 11. I am good at Geography 12. I am good at teamwork 13. I am good at writing 14. I am good at taking down notes 15. I am good at making friends 16. I am hardworking 17. I am cheerful 18. I am confident 19. I am self-assured 20. I am trustworthy 21. I am obedient 22. I am nice 23. I am good at sharing 24. I am good at learning 25. I am good at ideas 26. I am proud 27. I am a winner 28. I am a happy person 29. I am creative 30. I am helpful 31. I am loved 32.I am brave 33.I have many friends 34.I am important 35. I am athletic 36. I am unique 37. I am cool 38. I am good in music 39. I am beautiful 40. I enjoy learning 41. I enjoy having fun 42. I enjoy eating 43. I accept myself 44. I am respectful 45. I am loving 46. I am kind 47. I am awesome 48. I enjoy challenges 49. I always try to do my best 50. I am honest 51.I am patient 52.I am humble 53.I am understanding 54.I am reliable 55.I have a great imagination 56. I am a star 57. I make good decisions 58. I think first before I act 59. I am good at listening to other people 60. I am good at dancing 61. I am dependable 62. I am supportive 63. I am good at encouraging others 64. I try my best to take care of the environment 65. I am a good leader 66. I am good at planning 67. I am good at research 68. I am resourceful 69. I am good at taking photos 70. I am good at cooking 71. I am good at baking 72. I try to be neat and clean 73. I enjoy going to school 74. I believe in myself 75. I enjoy the outdoors Keep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens: Our tweens and teens go through a lot of changes and these changes often make them feel anxious, stressed, worried, frustrated, angry, etc... These 50 calming strategies could help your students to keep their focus and concentration, develop and enhance good coping skills as well as self-regulate. It could help them to stay calm and assist them in managing the situation and their emotions. It includes: Brief discussion of pre-adolescence and adolescence Reasons why students are not calm Signs when students are not calm What we want our students to know Calming strategies include: 1. Talk it out 2. Draw 3. Paint 4. Write 5. Read 6. Exercise 7. Think of Positives 8. Listen to Music 9. Breathe 10. Walk 11. Meditate 12. Cook 13. Bake 14. Dance 15. Play sports 16.Play musical instruments 17. Hang out with friends 18. Watch your favourite television shows 19. Clean your room 20. Go out and enjoy the outdoors 21. Drink water 22. Count 1, 2, 3 23. Go to the beach 24. Gardening 25. Stargazing 26. Surfing 27. Swimming 28. Knitting 29. Riding a bike 30.Fishing 31. Pottery 32.Wood-work 33.Cross-stitching 34. Make a scrapbook 35. Tinkering with technology 36. Photography 37. Make a Video 38. Snorkeling 39. Visit a museum 40. Visit a library 41. Sewing 42. Play video games 43. Do yoga 44. Visit a zoo 45. Scuba diving 46. Go on a road trip 47. Visit an amusement park 48. Identify your feelings 49. Do pilates 50. Hiking
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Family and Friends Relationship Management

Family and Friends Relationship Management

This bundle includes 4 of our character education and classroom management modules on family, friends and school. Conflict Resolution 101: This mini-workbook is composed of 4 different activities. It will assist your students to identify their conflicts, the styles they used in handling these conflicts, as well as they will be given the chance to assess their present conflicts and if the resolution skills they used are effective. There are also case scenarios to come up with more ways to resolve conflicts. Each activity has processing questions to facilitate the learning experiences of the students and help them express and understand more the activities. Workbook Activity includes: Conflict Survey Conflict Styles Conflict Assessment Conflict Case Scenarios Conflict Resolution: How to Handle Conflict: This conflict resolution lesson teaches what conflict is about, the dynamics of conflict and conflict resolution strategies to help your students improve their conflict resolution skills. This lesson will also help you in managing your class better and will help promote and maintain good interpersonal relationships in class. This lesson include: Definition of Conflict Conflict Styles: 1. Accommodating 2. Competing 3. Avoiding 4. Compromising 5. Collaborating Conflict Hooks: 1. Competence 2. Inclusion 3. Autonomy 4.Status 5.Reliability 6. Integrity Conflict Resolution Activities Conflict Resolution Strategies Processing questions are included in each conflict resolution activities Relationship 101: Tips for a happy and healthy relationship in school: This mini-lesson comes in handy to teach to your students on the first day of school. It will help set the tone of the things you expect from them as a class and remind them of how to treat their teachers and classmates throughout the school year. The Family: Understanding Family Dynamics and Strengthening Family Communication:Family is one of the most important relationships in life. Learning and understanding the role of each family member, their contribution and the way they communicate are essential in keeping family relationships happy, healthy and harmonious. This mini-lesson includes activities on appreciating family members, recognising the importance of family traditions,learning and understanding the importance of responsibilities towards family members, learning to address family issues and recognising the importance of effective communication. Lecture on family conflicts and how to improve communication to family members are also included. Processing questions are included to facilitate better learning experiences.
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Character Education Ultra Bundle

Character Education Ultra Bundle

This Character Education Ultra Bundle includes all 13 of our best selling character education. 1. Conflict Resolution 101: This mini-workbook is composed of 4 different activities. It will assist your students to identify their conflicts, the styles they used in handling these conflicts, as well as they will be given the chance to assess their present conflicts and if the resolution skills they used are effective. There are also case scenarios to come up with more ways to resolve conflicts. Each activity has processing questions to facilitate the learning experiences of the students and help them express and understand more the activities. Workbook Activity includes: Conflict Survey Conflict Styles Conflict Assessment Conflict Case Scenarios 2. Leadership Training Skills: Goal Setting: Developing and enhancing leadership skills is one of the most vital life skills that our students need to learn. Our students need to be effective and efficient not just in the classroom most especially when they are out in the big world. This training focuses on: Definition of Goals Types of Goals SMART approach 80/20 Principle on goal setting Routes to accomplishing goals This training includes inputs, activity sheets, and processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences. 3. Conflict Resolution: How to Handle Conflict: This conflict resolution lesson teaches what conflict is about, the dynamics of conflict and conflict resolution strategies to help your students improve their conflict resolution skills. This lesson will also help you in managing your class better and will help promote and maintain good interpersonal relationships in class. This lesson include: Definition of Conflict Conflict Styles: 1. Accommodating 2. Competing 3. Avoiding 4. Compromising 5. Collaborating Conflict Hooks: 1. Competence 2. Inclusion 3. Autonomy 4.Status 5.Reliability 6. Integrity Conflict Resolution Activities Conflict Resolution Strategies Processing questions are included in each conflict resolution activities 4. Mirror, Mirror On The Wall: This workbook or module consists of activities to promote positive self esteem and positive reinforcement and image to your students. Activities comes up with processing questions to facilitate learning. 5. Rumour Has It: This mini-lesson consists of different activities for students to reflect on about rumors. This module will help students think about things they have heard and how talking about others can harm other people’s reputation. Processing questions are included in each activity to facilitate learning experiences. 6.Working Together: Team-building activities: This team building set comes with general objectives. Each activity comes with instructions you can modify. It also comes with processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities that you can discuss with your students. 3 Icebreakers 6 Team building Activities (Included are materials needed, instructions and processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities) 7. Decision-Making: Improving Decision Making Skills: This mini-lesson is about teaching your students to decide better. A strategy/ technique based on research will be discussed in this mini lesson to guide your students in making better decisions. It is called: FIG TESPN. FIG stands for: F-Feelings I-Identify the problem G- What do you want to achieve to address your problem. TESPN stands for: T-Think of many possible solutions E- Envision outcomes based on the solutions to the problem/s S -Select the best among all the solutions P- Plan the procedure, anticipate pitfalls, & practice steps. N- Notice what happened and remember it for next time. 8. Relationship 101: This mini-lesson comes in handy to teach to your students on the first day of school. It will help set the tone of the things you expect from them as a class and remind them of how to treat their teachers and classmates throughout the school year 9. Health Watch: Vices: To Try or Not To Try: This mini-lesson focuses on how to help your students avoid risky behaviours. It will teach your students to make healthy choices. Strategies are also provided to help your students resist unhealthy choices. Worksheets are provided to help them analyze, think and act properly when confronted with risky situations. 10.The Self-Esteem Project: This Self-Esteem Project is about discovering oneself, recognising and affirming one's talents, skills, and capabilities. It is also being aware of the things that we do that affects our self-esteem. This module includes: * Definition of self-esteem * Signs of positive and negative self-esteem * Self-esteem concepts * Quick inputs * Tips for a healthy self-esteem * Tips for parents to help raise the self-esteem of their kids * Processing questions are included in each activity to facilitate better learning experiences. 11.The Habits of Healthy and Happy Tweens and Teens: Teaching good habits to our tweens and teens are essential. We want them to practice these habits to make them successful people in the future. These habits can be taught in class and they can also be printed and posted in the classroom or guidance office. You can use them as part of your orientation at the start of the school year. 12. Leadership Skills Training: OrganizationDeveloping and enhancing leadership skills is one of the most vital life skills that our students need to learn. Our students need to be effective and efficient not just in the classroom most especially when they are out in the big world. This training focuses on: Definition of Organization Organization Exercises This training includes inputs, activity sheets, and processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences. 13. The Family: Understanding family dynamics and strengthening family communication Family is one of the most important relationships in life. Learning and understanding the role of each family member, their contribution and the way they communicate are essential in keeping family relationships happy, healthy and harmonious. This mini-lesson includes activities on appreciating family members, recognising the importance of family traditions,learning and understanding the importance of responsibilities towards family members, learning to address family issues and recognising the importance of effective communication. Lecture on family conflicts and how to improve communication to family members are also included. Processing questions are included to facilitate better learning experiences
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Kids, Tweens, and Teens Student Awards Mega Bundle

Kids, Tweens, and Teens Student Awards Mega Bundle

This Student Awards Mega Bundle includes 6 of our resources. These student awards are a great way to reward, recognize, and affirm your students’ skills, capabilities, and good character traits. They could be given anytime within the year. These awards could boost the self-esteem of your students and reinforce good behavior. Our tweens and teens should be recognized and rewarded for their hard work, efforts and dedication to their academics and behavior. By doing this, we reinforce good behavior, develop and enhance their character and help cultivate their talents, skills, and capabilities. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in PNG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. This bundle includes 2 of our resources: Editable Student of the Month Awards for Teens List of Awards Picasso Award- Art Steve Jobs Award- Technology Shakespeare Award- Literature Harper Lee Award- Writing Al-Khwarizmi Award- Algebra Euclid Award- Geometry Hipparchus Award- Trigonometry Gottfried Leibniz Award- Calculus Karl Pearson Award- Statistics Aristotle Award- Biology Albert Einstein Award- Physics Most Valuable Player Award- sports Academy Award- Performing Arts Grammy Award- Music Erasthostenes Award- Geography William Stubbs Award- History Junior Masterchef Award- Home Economics Linguist Award- Foreign languages Great Builder Award- Wood work Bulgati Veyron Award- Automotive Luca Pacioli Award- Accounting Adam Smith Award- Economics Sigmund Freud Award- Psychology Philip Kotler Award- Marketing Federal Marshal Award- Law Enforcement Editable Student of the Month Behavior Awards List of Awards Perfect attendance Showing good manners Amazing attitude Being kind Good leader Great team player Keeping the peace Making everyone happy Making everyone laugh Great tutor Motivating others For being patient For happily helping others For keeping things organized For being honest For being good listener Friendly and sociable Keeping cool during stressful times Teacher’s right hand Positive participant in class Excellent example to others Totally tidy in class Sweet Aware of all the safety procedures in school Great bus rider Remarkably responsible Showing improvement Being grateful Student End of the Year Awards: Sailing Theme These 70 fun awards could be used to reward your students for their hardwork, efforts and character traits. Blank templates are also provided if you want to make your own award. The awards come with a boy and girl version. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in PNG format. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. A list of awards is included. It is on a separate document. Awards include: King/Queen of Attendance award Picasso award Ps & Qs award Early Bird award 5.Amaze-balls attitude award Sports Phenom award Rockstar King/Queen award Academy award Super Speller award Shakespeare award Pitch Perfect award Kindness award Captain of the ship award Thomas Edison Junior award Math Mastermind award Most Patient award Steve Jobs Junior award Perfect Penmanship award Sight Word Whiz Most Improved award Terrific Team Player award Steve Irwin Junior award Junior Masterchef award Phonics Phenom award Ray of Sunshine award Peacekeeper award Captain Planet award Entertainer of the Year award Social Studies Scholar award Class Cheerleader award Heart of Gold award Fantastic Tutor award Marvellous Motivator award Stellar Storyteller award Dancing Dude award Dancing Diva award Cheerful Helper award Outstanding Organizer award The Flash award Light Bulb award Energizer Bunny award Curious George award Awesome Bookworm award Boys/Girl Scout award Remarkably Responsible award Hero of Honesty award Active Listener award Social Butterfly award 49.Homework Hero award Mr./Miss Cool award Teacher’s Right Hand award Above & Beyond award Fashionable Boy/Girl award Sweet As Honey award Vocabulary Master award Positive Participant award Academic Superstar award Grammar Wizard award Sensational Sharer award Impressive Informant award Perfectly Persuasive award Hallway Master award Word Work Whiz award Exceptional Explainer award Excellent Example award Remarkable Reporter award Safety Superhero award Totally Tidy award Best Bus Rider award Line Up Leader Editable Student Award for Teens: Gold and Silver Edition: Our older students need to be recognized and affirmed for their dedication and efforts in school. We have come up with a more formal looking editable award or certificate that you could give to your older students. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in JPEG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards Top Attendance Role Model Amaze-balls Sports Phenom Pitch Perfect Picasso Award Math Mastermind Steve Jobs Most improved Terrific team player Peacekeeper The Historian Award Outstanding Organizer Awesome Bookworm Positive Participant Remarkable reporter Hero of Honesty Happy Helper Remarkably Responsible Kindness award Perfect penmanship Junior Masterchef Marie Curie Award Marvellous Motivator Fantastic Tutor Active Listener Academic Superstar Grammar Wizard Heart of Gold Stellar Storyteller Social Butterfly Curious George Light Bulb Celebrate the Christmas season with these editable fun student awards. Your students will surely love being the recipient of these holiday themed awards. They are perfect for the holiday season especially for celebrations and parties. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in PNG format. To edit names and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards: Mr. Claus Award Mrs. Gingerbread Award Candy Cane Award Santa’s Elf Award Snowflake Award Polar Bear Award Hot Chocolate Award Christmas Tree Award Mittens Award Ice Skates Award Ear Muffs Award Christmas Star Award Jingle Bell Award Rudolph Award Christmas Gift Award Wreath Award Fruit Cake Award Poinsettia Award Christmas stocking Award Chimney Award Santa’s Sleigh Award Snowman Award Mrs. Claus Award Christmas Angel Award Christmas Candle Award Christmas Bauble Award Carole Singer Award Christmas Fireplace Award Mistletoe Award Santa’s Sack Award
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Self-Esteem and Resilience Affirmation Cards Bundle

Self-Esteem and Resilience Affirmation Cards Bundle

This bundle includes 4 of our resources. It includes 75 self-esteem affirmation cards Volume 1-3 and 45 Resilience Affirmation Cards. These affirmation cards are a great way to boost self-esteem, recognise, reward and acknowledge your student’s talents, skills and capabilities. It also could help your students re-focus their thoughts and way of thinking when under stress or in a difficult situation. Overall, it could help your students be more positive and create self-change.
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Resilience Affirmations: Building Resilience

Resilience Affirmations: Building Resilience

Resilience is our ability to bounce back from tough situations. When a person is ready to bounce back from a difficult situation, these affirmations could help them get their heads out of the clouds and make them feel better. These affirmations could re-focus your thoughts and be more positive. These are designed to create self-change. They could serve as an inspiration and reminders for everyday life. These affirmations could be done first thing in the morning or in the evening or could be done throughout the day. It is suggested to use these affirmations regularly to create more impact and preserve emotional potency. These could be printed out and you could bring them along wherever you are . These resilience affirmation cards are in A4 size and JPEG format. List of Resilience Affirmation Cards: I can overcome my obstacles I am creative I am resourceful I am resilient I am emotionally resilient I am strong I am persistent I am kind, smart,and important It’s okay. I can do this I will get through this I will be okay I am capable of amazing things I am a good person I deserve to be happy I am stronger than I think I am amazing I can do anything I set my mind to I will keep going Do not give up Keep moving forward I can handle change with ease I am unique I believe in my abilities and skills I can face every situation with confidence There is always a solution to every problem I am responsible for how I respond to others I have the power to choose to let go of any emotion Any difficulty that comes my way is an opportunity to grow I am full of energy and joy I have the power to create change My possibilities are endless I am in charge of how I feel I choose happiness I can, I will I can make healthy choices
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End of the Year Awards Gold Edition and Reflection Activities for Teens

End of the Year Awards Gold Edition and Reflection Activities for Teens

This bundle includes 2 of our resources: A. Student Awards for Teens Gold Edition Our older students need to be recognized and affirmed for their dedication and efforts in school. We have come up with a more formal looking editable award or certificate that you could give to your older students. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in JPEG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards Top Attendance Role Model Amaze-balls Sports Phenom Pitch Perfect Picasso Award Math Mastermind Steve Jobs Most improved Terrific team player Peacekeeper The Historian Award Outstanding Organizer Awesome Bookworm Positive Participant Remarkable reporter Hero of Honesty Happy Helper Remarkably Responsible Kindness award Perfect penmanship Junior Masterchef Marie Curie Award Marvellous Motivator Fantastic Tutor Active Listener Academic Superstar Grammar Wizard Heart of Gold Stellar Storyteller Social Butterfly Curious George Light Bulb B. End of the Year Reflection Activities for Secondary Students Let your teens have some fun and learning before the school year ends. Our End of the Year Reflection Activities is a great learning process for them. It helps them to review, analyze, summarize events, experiences and learnings. This could also be a great keepsake for the year that has gone by. The file is in power point version and the activities are saved in JPEG format and A4 size format. List of Activities Facebook Profile- boy/girl version My Accomplishments #Flashback Fridays Words of Wisdom- boy/girl version My Music My Summer Plans Message in A Bottle Survival Kit My Vision My Biggest Challenges Memory Lane Time Turner Getaway Plans My Treasures My Library Dedication and Autograph Thank you Notes My Circles Dear Future Self Instagram Post Twitter: Tweet It Popcorn and Cinema Best Teachers What I have Learned Lessons I Have Learned About Life
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End of the Year Reflection Activities for Secondary Students

End of the Year Reflection Activities for Secondary Students

Let your teens have some fun and learning before the school year ends. Our End of the Year Reflection Activities is a great learning process for them. It helps them to review, analyze, summarize events, experiences and learnings. This could also be a great keepsake for the year that has gone by. The file is in power point version and the activities are saved in JPEG format and A4 size format. List of Activities Facebook Profile- boy/girl version My Accomplishments #Flashback Fridays Words of Wisdom- boy/girl version My Music My Summer Plans Message in A Bottle Survival Kit My Vision My Biggest Challenges Memory Lane Time Turner Getaway Plans My Treasures My Library Dedication and Autograph Thank you Notes My Circles Dear Future Self Instagram Post Twitter: Tweet It Popcorn and Cinema Best Teachers What I have Learned Lessons I Have Learned About Life
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Student Awards for Teens Gold Edition

Student Awards for Teens Gold Edition

Our older students need to be recognized and affirmed for their dedication and efforts in school. We have come up with a more formal looking editable award or certificate that you could give to your older students. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in JPEG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards Top Attendance Role Model Amaze-balls Sports Phenom Pitch Perfect Picasso Award Math Mastermind Steve Jobs Most improved Terrific team player Peacekeeper The Historian Award Outstanding Organizer Awesome Bookworm Positive Participant Remarkable reporter Hero of Honesty Happy Helper Remarkably Responsible Kindness award Perfect penmanship Junior Masterchef Marie Curie Award Marvellous Motivator Fantastic Tutor Active Listener Academic Superstar Grammar Wizard Heart of Gold Stellar Storyteller Social Butterfly Curious George Light Bulb
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Student Awards for Teens Silver Edition

Student Awards for Teens Silver Edition

Our older students need to be recognized and affirmed for their dedication and efforts in school. We have come up with a more formal looking editable award or certificate that you could give to your older students. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in JPEG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards Top Attendance Role Model Amaze-balls Sports Phenom Pitch Perfect Picasso Award Math Mastermind Steve Jobs Most improved Terrific team player Peacekeeper The Historian Award Outstanding Organizer Awesome Bookworm Positive Participant Remarkable reporter Hero of Honesty Happy Helper Remarkably Responsible Kindness award Perfect penmanship Junior Masterchef Marie Curie Award Marvellous Motivator Fantastic Tutor Active Listener Academic Superstar Grammar Wizard Heart of Gold Stellar Storyteller Social Butterfly Curious George Light Bulb
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Editable Student of the  Month Behaviour Awards

Editable Student of the Month Behaviour Awards

We believe that our tweens and teens should be recognized and acknowledged for the good behaviors that they exhibit. By affirming and recognizing these behavior, it reinforces and strengthens it leading to increase chances of repeated actions, ultimately the development and enhancement of themselves. Best of all, it boost the self-esteem of our tweens and teens. Each award include a boy and girl version Blank templates are included to add more awards. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in PNG format. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards 1. Perfect attendance 2. Showing good manners 3. Amazing attitude 4. Being kind 5. Good leader 6. Great team player 7. Keeping the peace 8. Making everyone happy 9. Making everyone laugh 10. Great tutor 11. Motivating others 12. For being patient 13. For happily helping others 14. For keeping things organized 15. For being honest 16. For being good listener 17. Friendly and sociable 18. Keeping cool during stressful times 19. Teacher’s right hand 20. Positive participant in class 21. Excellent example to others 22. Totally tidy in class 23. Sweet 24. Aware of all the safety procedures in school 25. Great bus rider 26. Remarkably responsible 27. Showing improvement 28. Being grateful
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Editable Student of the Month For Teens- Academics and Electives

Editable Student of the Month For Teens- Academics and Electives

Our teenagers should also be recognized for their efforts and hard work in academics and electives. By recognizing and affirming their talents and skills in the academics and electives aspect, it reinforces their interests, ignite a passion, and ultimately cultivate a possible future or career in that area. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in PNG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards 1. Picasso Award- Art 2. Steve Jobs Award- Technology 3. Shakespeare Award- Literature 4. Harper Lee Award- Writing 5. Al-Khwarizmi Award- Algebra 6. Euclid Award- Geometry 7. Hipparchus Award- Trigonometry 8. Gottfried Leibniz Award- Calculus 9. Karl Pearson Award- Statistics 10. Aristotle Award- Biology 11. Albert Einstein Award- Physics 12. Most Valuable Player Award- sports 13. Academy Award- Performing Arts 14. Grammy Award- Music 15. Erasthostenes Award- Geography 16. William Stubbs Award- History 17. Junior Masterchef Award- Home Economics 18. Linguist Award- Foreign languages 19. Great Builder Award- Wood work 20. Bulgati Veyron Award- Automotive 21. Luca Pacioli Award- Accounting 22. Adam Smith Award- Economics 23. Sigmund Freud Award- Psychology 24. Philip Kotler Award- Marketing 25. Federal Marshal Award- Law Enforcement
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Student, Teacher, and Staff Awards Gold Edition

Student, Teacher, and Staff Awards Gold Edition

This bundle includes 2 of our resources: Student Awards for Teens and Teacher and Staff Awards. Teacher and Staff Awards: Gold edition We have come up with an elegant and classic look for our fun teacher and staff awards. These fun teacher and staff awards are a great way to recognize, affirm and acknowledge their talents, skills, and capabilities. These could be given throughout the school year. It could also be given during faculty development and departmental meetings. Blank templates are also provided if you want to add more awards. The file is in powerpoint format. Use "TEXT BOX" to insert the award and the awardee. No school year or date is added since this could be used anytime during the school year. It is on A4 size and JPEG format. List of Awards Early riser Life Saver Night Owl Task Card King/Queen Award Steve Jobs Award Iron Chef PD expert Family Fun-Tastic Energizer Bunny The Survivor Award Happy Hoarder Heart of Gold Hallway Ninja Hot Stuff Grace under pressure Keeper of Keys and more *** Editable Student Awards for Teens *** Our older students need to be recognized and affirmed for their dedication and efforts in school. We have come up with a more formal looking editable award or certificate that you could give to your older students. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in JPEG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards Top Attendance Role Model Amaze-balls Sports Phenom Pitch Perfect Picasso Award Math Mastermind Steve Jobs Most improved Terrific team player Peacekeeper The Historian Award Outstanding Organizer Awesome Bookworm Positive Participant Remarkable reporter Hero of Honesty Happy Helper and more
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Student, Teacher and Staff Awards Silver Edition

Student, Teacher and Staff Awards Silver Edition

This bundle includes 2 of our resources: Student Awards for Teens and Teacher and Staff Awards. Teacher and Staff Awards: Silver We have come up with an elegant and classic look for our fun teacher and staff awards. These fun teacher and staff awards are a great way to recognize, affirm and acknowledge their talents, skills, and capabilities. These could be given throughout the school year. It could also be given during faculty development and departmental meetings. Blank templates are also provided if you want to add more awards. The file is in powerpoint format. Use "TEXT BOX" to insert the award and the awardee. No school year or date is added since this could be used anytime during the school year. It is on A4 size and JPEG format. List of Awards Early riser Life Saver Night Owl Task Card King/Queen Award Steve Jobs Award Iron Chef PD expert Family Fun-Tastic Energizer Bunny The Survivor Award Happy Hoarder Heart of Gold Hallway Ninja Hot Stuff Grace under pressure Keeper of Keys and more *** Editable Student Awards for Teens *** Our older students need to be recognized and affirmed for their dedication and efforts in school. We have come up with a more formal looking editable award or certificate that you could give to your older students. The file is in power point version and the awards are saved in JPEG format. Blank templates are also included. To edit names, awards, and date, use “INSERT TEXT BOX” and type on the insert box to add your text. The awards can be printed out in black and white or in gray scale. Just adjust the color settings of your printer to black & white or gray scale. List of Awards Top Attendance Role Model Amaze-balls Sports Phenom Pitch Perfect Picasso Award Math Mastermind Steve Jobs Most improved Terrific team player Peacekeeper The Historian Award Outstanding Organizer Awesome Bookworm Positive Participant Remarkable reporter Hero of Honesty Happy Helper and more
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Teacher and Staff Awards Gold Edition

Teacher and Staff Awards Gold Edition

We have come up with an elegant and classic look for our fun teacher and staff awards. These fun teacher and staff awards are a great way to recognize, affirm and acknowledge their talents, skills, and capabilities. These could be given throughout the school year. It could also be given during faculty development and departmental meetings. Blank templates are also provided if you want to add more awards. The file is in powerpoint format. Use "TEXT BOX" to insert the award and the awardee. No school year or date is added since this could be used anytime during the school year. It is on A4 size and JPEG format. List of Awards Early riser Life Saver Night Owl Task Card King/Queen Award Steve Jobs Award Iron Chef PD expert Family Fun-Tastic Energizer Bunny The Survivor Award Happy Hoarder Heart of Gold Hallway Ninja Hot Stuff Grace under pressure Keeper of Keys Superb Staff Shakespeare Award Ralph Waldo Emerson Brilliant Mind Testing Diva Intervention guru Glee award Discipline Master Dismissal Pro Hallway Boss True Believer Carpool Boss Scheduling Wizard Sight Word Whiz Bulletin Board Master Sweet Tooth Fashionista Award Terrific Team Player Amaze-Balls Attitude Most Patient Kid Whisperer Stem Pro Legacy Builder Workshop Magician Excellent Teamwork Animal Whisperer School Comedian Pearly Whites OC Organizer Peacekeeper Award Google Classroom Expert Fundraiser Hero Sports Phenom Above and Beyond Cool. Calm, and Collected Anchor Chart Master King/ Queen of Committees School Spirit Idol Zealous Planner Maintenance Pro Rockstar King/Queen Records Master Helping Hand Games Master Carpe Diem Go Getter Jack of All Trades Miracle Worker Award Listening Ear Most Dependable Empathy Award Enthusiastic Award Thomas Edison Award
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Teacher and Staff Awards Silver Edition

Teacher and Staff Awards Silver Edition

We have come up with an elegant and classic look for our fun teacher and staff awards. These fun teacher and staff awards are a great way to recognize, affirm and acknowledge their talents, skills, and capabilities. These could be given throughout the school year. It could also be given during faculty development and departmental meetings. Blank templates are also provided if you want to add more awards. The file is in powerpoint format. Use "TEXT BOX" to insert the award and the awardee. No school year or date is added since this could be used anytime during the school year. It is on A4 size and JPEG format. List of Awards Early riser Life Saver Night Owl Task Card King/Queen Award Steve Jobs Award Iron Chef PD expert Family Fun-Tastic Energizer Bunny The Survivor Award Happy Hoarder Heart of Gold Hallway Ninja Hot Stuff Grace under pressure Keeper of Keys Superb Staff Shakespeare Award Ralph Waldo Emerson Brilliant Mind Testing Diva Intervention guru Glee award Discipline Master Dismissal Pro Hallway Boss True Believer Carpool Boss Scheduling Wizard Sight Word Whiz Bulletin Board Master Sweet Tooth Fashionista Award Terrific Team Player Amaze-Balls Attitude Most Patient Kid Whisperer Stem Pro Legacy Builder Workshop Magician Excellent Teamwork Animal Whisperer School Comedian Pearly Whites OC Organizer Peacekeeper Award Google Classroom Expert Fundraiser Hero Sports Phenom Above and Beyond Cool. Calm, and Collected Anchor Chart Master King/ Queen of Committees School Spirit Idol Zealous Planner Maintenance Pro Rockstar King/Queen Records Master Helping Hand Games Master Carpe Diem Go Getter Jack of All Trades Miracle Worker Award Listening Ear Most Dependable Empathy Award Enthusiastic Award Thomas Edison Award
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Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards

Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards

The emotions flashcards include 28 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 28 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Baffled 2. Passionate 3. Ecstatic 4. Mad- Frantic 5. Splendid 6. Melancholic 7. Terrified 8. Astounded 9. Introverted 10. Apprehensive 11. Placid 12. Pensive 13. Flabbergasted 14. Sullen Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Perplexed 2. Piqued 3. Contented 4. Mad-Absurd 5. Grand 6. Distressed 7. Anxious 8. Stunned 9. Cautious 10. Tense 11. Quiet 12. Wistful 13. Startled 14. Cantankerous
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Tweens and Teens Back To School Resource Bundle

Tweens and Teens Back To School Resource Bundle

This bundle is great for teachers who are teaching upper primary and secondary. It comes in handy also for beginning teachers in upper primary and secondary levels. It includes 12 of our resources. Editable Monthly Newsletter Templates Editable Weekly Newsletter Templates Editable Parent Newsletter Templates Editable forms Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards Keep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens Volume 1 Keep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens Volume 2 Editable Student of the Month Behaviour Awards Editable Student of the Month Academic and Elective Awards Classroom Rules and Expectations Poster Initial Interview Guide Conversation Starters
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Classroom Rules and Expectations For Teens

Classroom Rules and Expectations For Teens

Teenagers need to be constantly reminded of rules and expectations in the classroom. These rules and expectations could serve as a guide to help them stay on track and out of trouble, continue to practice good manners that there taught in primary, feel safe and supported in school. The file is in power point version, A4 in size and in JPEG format. List of Classroom Rules and Expectations: Treat others fairly Pay attention in class Listen to the teachers and adults in school Lend a helping hand to others Come to school ready and prepared Stay on task Be kind to others Be friendly and sociable Show respect to others Cooperate with others Don't be mean on the screen Make smart choices Be responsible Be organized Don't ruin someone's reputation by spreading gossip Be forgiving Follow rules Raise your hand if you want to participate and ask questions Be honest Don't pick fights Eat healthy Work quietly
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Tweens and Teens Awards, Cards & Posters Bundle

Tweens and Teens Awards, Cards & Posters Bundle

Our tweens and teens deserve the best care, attention and support we could possible give them. We have bundled all of our tweens and teens resources to help you support your tweens and teens better. These resources could help your students: express their feelings better, keep calm during stressful situations, be reminded of what teachers expect them to do in the classroom and boost the self-esteem of your students. This bundle include 7 of our tweens and teens resources. Bundle includes: Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards Keep Calm: Calming Strategies Flash Cards Volumes 1 & 2 Classroom Rules and Expectations for Teens Editable Student of the Month Behavior Awards for Tweens and Teens Editable Student of the Month Awards for Teens- Academics and Electives
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Tweens and Teens Flash Cards Bundle

Tweens and Teens Flash Cards Bundle

Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards The emotions flashcards include 28 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 28 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Baffled 2. Passionate 3. Ecstatic 4. Mad- Frantic 5. Splendid 6. Melancholic 7. Terrified 8. Astounded 9. Introverted 10. Apprehensive 11. Placid 12. Pensive 13. Flabbergasted 14. Sullen Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Perplexed 2. Piqued 3. Contented 4. Mad-Absurd 5. Grand 6. Distressed 7. Anxious 8. Stunned 9. Cautious 10. Tense 11. Quiet 12. Wistful 13. Startled 14. Cantankerous Keep Calm Strategies for Tweens and Teens Our tweens and teens go through a lot of changes and these changes often make them feel anxious, stressed, worried, frustrated, angry, etc... These 50 calming strategies could help your students to keep their focus and concentration, develop and enhance good coping skills as well as self-regulate. It could help them to stay calm and assist them in managing the situation and their emotions. It includes: Brief discussion of pre-adolescence and adolescence Reasons why students are not calm Signs when students are not calm What we want our students to know Calming strategies include: 1. Talk it out 2. Draw 3. Paint 4. Write 5. Read 6. Exercise 7. Think of Positives 8. Listen to Music 9. Breathe 10. Walk 11. Meditate 12. Cook 13. Bake 14. Dance 15. Play sports 16.Play musical instruments 17. Hang out with friends 18. Watch your favourite television shows 19. Clean your room 20. Go out and enjoy the outdoors 21. Drink water 22. Count 1, 2, 3 23. Go to the beach 24. Gardening 25. Stargazing 26. Surfing 27. Swimming 28. Knitting 29. Riding a bike 30.Fishing 31. Pottery 32.Wood-work 33.Cross-stitching 34. Make a scrapbook 35. Tinkering with technology 36. Photography 37. Make a Video 38. Snorkeling 39. Visit a museum 40. Visit a library 41. Sewing 42. Play video games 43. Do yoga 44. Visit a zoo 45. Scuba diving 46. Go on a road trip 47. Visit an amusement park 48. Identify your feelings 49. Do pilates 50. Hiking
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Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students

Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students

Our students constantly face a lot of difficulties and struggles whether it's family, school or community related. This resource could help and support them to handle their difficulties and struggles better. This resource focuses on 4 areas of resiliency: 1. Self-Awareness 2. Conflict resolution 3. Empathy 4. Teaching Courage It includes: 1. Definition of terms 2. Activities for each area 3.Inputs to use for discussion for each area 3. Processing Questions for each activity
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