Does your child know how to use a check book? Boil an egg? Do the laundry? Read a map? Homeschooler Christine Field helps parents systematically teach kids - from preschool to the teen years - what th

"Life Skills for Kids: Equipping Your Child for the Real World" by Christine Field -- really great read for parents! Even as a proactive parent, I've put into place many more things the kids need to learn since reading this.

How do you handle conflict? Great way to change it to a health issue for pediatric patient's as well. #ChildLife

Social-Emotional Learning Lessons Pinned from Ashley Caldwell (alos Conflict Resolution Strategies

Tips to use with students who blurt.

Students Who Blurt

Brag bracelets for students to wear as you catch them being awesome! I LOVE this idea!! {Via The Hands-On Teacher in First}

Keep the labels and use friendship bracelets to just tie them right on students wrists! (any student, anywhere!) Brag bracelets for students to wear as you catch them being awesome! I LOVE this idea! {Via The Hands-On Teacher in First}

Screen Shot 2012-03-18 at 4.47.07 PM Use with Conflict Resolution lessons in Bill Kreiders CR book

Introduce Conflict Resolution with “The Zax”

Zax are terrible role models for how to solve conflicts! But their story, “The Zax,” by Dr. Seuss, is a great way to start a discussion about conflict resolution. The zax are two single…

Wish I would have found this last year.  All those needed docum. in one place.   Finding JOY in 6th Grade: Classroom Management: The Purple Clipboard

Finding JOY in Grade: Classroom Management: The Purple Clipboard. I wonder if this would be hard to maintain accurately all day, might work better in a middle/high school setting for periods than all day elem management. Like this idea.

middle school advisory 101: 3 Steps for Conflict Resolution

This conflict resolution chart is meant to be used for Middle School advisory. I would find it useful, especially since our school has a Peer Mediation Program that encourages students to solve conflicts amongst themselves.

The piggies in Mrs. McNeal's class learn the difference between tattling and informing an adult in an emergency. After enduring a morning of students "squealing" on one another, the teacher explains that kids should try to work out their kid-sized problems themselves, but they should seek help when a more serious situation arises

Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales by Jeanie Franz Ransom illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic The original person who posted said----"Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"

Posters to support problem solving and conflict resolution in preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classrooms.  Pocket of Preschool

Lois Carr February 1 Posters to support problem solving and conflict resolution in preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classrooms. Pocket of Preschool

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