Watercolor Affirmations Activity for Group Counseling

watercolor affirmations art activity for school counseling classroom guidance lessons or small group counseling

Last week, I shared a post about making scratch art affirmations in small group counseling activities. These can be so powerful for students as they realize their strengths and positive qualities and see them shine through the dark paint on the paper. This week I wanted to share a similar activity using watercolor paints and … Continue reading Watercolor Affirmations Activity for Group Counseling

Scratch Art Affirmations Group Counseling Activity

I love for students to have meaningful take-away crafts or activities from group and individual sessions that they can reflect on at home to remind themselves of the skills they've learned in group. Using their own hands to create something meaningful and beautiful is affirming in itself for students, and when that take-away is filled … Continue reading Scratch Art Affirmations Group Counseling Activity

5 Awesome Ways to Use Google in School Counseling Series

5 ways to use google apps in school counseling: sorting activities, check in/check out, behavior modification, social skills, emotion identification and more! -counselor keri

If you follow me over on {TeachersPayTeachers,} you already know that I LOVE Google activities. Google Slides, Google Forms, and other programs present fun, hands-on ways to get students engaged in school counseling activities using 1:1 technology or digital projectors like SmartBoards. I know so many classroom teachers who are excelling in this area, and … Continue reading 5 Awesome Ways to Use Google in School Counseling Series

Self Control Activity: Don’t Tap the Balloon

I'm hearing from counselor upon counselor {from my email group} that self control is one of the major skill deficits they see in their students. I wanted to share with you two of my favorite activities to do in classroom guidance lessons or in small group counseling to practice exercising self control! All you'll need … Continue reading Self Control Activity: Don’t Tap the Balloon