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Calming Time Activities

At the beginning of the year, at the start of the day, our calming time activities were either reading or colouring.  As we talk more about being aware of what what helps us focus and calm our bodies and minds for learning, we have expanded our calming time activities.   58 more words

Self Regulation

Sequences for Kids

App Description:  Designed to help children improve their communication and learning skills as well as their ability to relate with other children of their same age. 31 more words


ADHD is a Self-regulation Disorder

Link to a handout presenting an overview ADHD. This handout will be used as part of a webinar to be recorded and posted on this site soon. 17 more words


Tantrums v.s. Meltdowns

Being a toddler is hard. The world is a big, beautiful place that is also often challenging, exhausting, scary, or overwhelming. This whole growing up thing, learning to talk, learning to communicate what you want, heck just working out what you want in the first place, can all be a bit much sometimes. 1,341 more words


Metaliteracy: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World

This course prepares learners to empower themselves through metaliteracy in a connected world. Metaliteracy promotes critical thinking and self-reflection to consume, create, and share information with others. 313 more words

Digital Literacy

"Take belly breaths Dad"

Everyday I teach social-emotional strategies to 60 Kindergarteners through the Committee for Children Second Step Program. Yesterday one little child pulled on my shirt and told me this, “Last night my dad got really angry and I told him to stop, put his hands on his belly, name his feelings and take deep breaths. 65 more words