Category Archives for "Book Suggestions"

March 6, 2017

12 Books to Help Kids Overcome Test Anxiety

Do you know a child that underperforms on tests no matter how much they study and prepare? Do they struggle to concentrate during exams because they are preoccupied with thoughts of failing?  Do they find it difficult to recall information that previously came to them with ease? If this sounds like a child you know, […]

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January 3, 2017

Bibliotherapy and Diversity

Finding the Words: Bibliotherapy & Diversity How does one “teach” others to be respectable citizens who appreciate and even celebrate the unique qualities of others?  Is it possible to teach that in a lesson?  Most would argue that being a model of such behavior is a crucial first step.  The way we educators talk about […]

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October 17, 2016

Bully Nation

The B-Word by Laurie P. Mendoza, MA, CAGS I’d like to recommend a book that has changed the way I look at the issue of bullying and aggression at my school.  Turn on the news, listen to discussions among parents and school staff, or think of how often kids say to you, “He’s bullying me!”  […]

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August 16, 2016

Ultimate School Counselor Supply List

ultimate school counselor supply list with everything a school counselor needs for the year in their office. School counseling games, books, toys, and art supplies.

Time to stock your counseling office (or classroom or closet) with some tried and true school counseling supplies. Most of these suggestions are typical supplies that we’ve repurposed to use in counseling activities. What games, books, crafts, or prizes do you use? Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links.  School Counseling […]

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