Social Filter Classroom Guidance Lesson: Filtering Thoughts in Conflict
Social Filter Classroom Guidance Lesson: Is that thought okay to let it fly or should I keep it in the birdhouse? Help students practice using a social filter with this fun school counseling classroom guidance lesson using a bird and birdhouse metaphor! This lesson includes a PowerPoint storybook, a hands-on small group activity to practice identifying thoughts that are okay to say and thoughts that should be kept to ourselves. A craft is also included to give students a reminder of what thoughts are okay to say and what thoughts should be filtered. These make a great school counseling bulletin board! These activities are great for social skills elementary school classroom guidance lessons or small group counseling activities.
→Detailed, easy to use lesson plan
→Introductory story in PowerPoint form
→Small group activities with hands-on review
→Editable scenario cards to create your own
→Student reminder craft
→Pictures examples for easy set-up
Please Note: This lesson is included in a larger, more comprehensive conflict resolution curriculum, available here.
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