Pretty much the only way I'll regularly do self-care is if someone guides the way like @counselorkeri did with this amazing calendar. 😍 Let's do it, y'all. ・・・ Beginning one week from today, I'm going to start a School Counselor Self Care Challenge! Each day on the calendar has a little activity to help you care for YOU! Download it free on my blog (link in profile) or by using link bit.ly/SCselfcare and join me in a month-long attempt to instill a habit of self care. My goal is that we all get in the habit while summer is calm so that it's easier to practice when things are not so calm in Aug/Sep! If the activities aren't your style, do something that is - just take care of you 😊 if you want, post a picture using the hashtag #SCselfcarechallenge and see how other counselors are taking care of themselves too!
Now I just need to learn how to write backwards! 🤔 #Repost @targetteachers (@get_repost) ・・・ Window crayons!? Oh the possibilities! #targetteachers
Whoa, I love this idea! A designated hula hoop for when a kiddo just needs some personal space - either they recognize it themselves or their teacher helps.
Yup. For school counseling and for summer time mama-ing.
Each year I face the issues of immigration and deportation with my students. I excitedly ordered 'From North to South' as soon as I learned of it. Review up today on the blog (link in bio). The cliff notes version? Nice book, not great for bibliotherapy.
It's HOT even though it's only June - but our students' effort is sometimes...cold ❄️. This 'Giving Your Best Effort' lesson plan has really helped mine to turn up the heat! 🔥 (link in bio)