Posts Tagged ‘Resiliency’

Posted March 19, 2013 by

In Tools for Life®, we often assist children to identify how they are feeling by sharing how big or small that feeling is, or by using visuals to concretely demonstrate how those uncomfortable feelings grow.  In the small groups that Early Identification Consultants facilitate within the primary grades of our schools in the Region of […]

Posted January 8, 2013 by

By Linda Stearns A young girl wrote a letter to one of my coworkers that we wanted to share.  As Early Intervention consultants, we have the privilege to interact with many, many children and often they touch our lives and hearts too!  Here is what she wrote….

Posted July 10, 2012 by

A new girl walks into the “classroom” and sits on a chair. None of the chairs have names on them and there are no books on the table to indicate that this might be somebody’s “spot”.  A few minutes later, 2 more girls walk into the room and sit down.  They say “hello” to the […]

Posted March 15, 2011 by

After watching a video clip of the tsunami swallowing up a Japanese village, I was left feeling…what was I feeling?  Angry, sad, helpless, perplexed came to mind.  Perhaps I felt thankful, guilty or confused.  I was definitely confused.  I saw images of dead bodies being washed up on shore, and of families overcome with grief.  […]

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