Teaching the premise of CBT is tough work with elementary students, especially those still developing their verbal skills. These cognitive behavioral activities help students understand the connection between thoughts, feelings, and actions – as well as the difference between helpful and unhelpful thinking. They’re perfect for individual counseling or in group counseling activities.
CBT Stories: Interactive stories to show students about the thought-feeling-behavior connection and the power of thoughts
CBT Baseball: Tabletop or outside activity where students practice identifying thoughts, feelings, and actions in given situations
CBT Worksheets: Kid friendly prompts for cognitive behavioral counseling
Thought Cards: For identifying helpful vs. unhelpful thoughts, assessment, treatment planning, and selecting affirmations
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