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CBT Stories for Teaching CBT to Elementary Students With Google Slides (TM)


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Teaching the premise of CBT is tough work with elementary students, especially those still developing their verbal skills. These stories and examples are an interactive way for students to make the connections between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors! Explain CBT through stories – a natural way for kiddos to learn about tricky things. They are also great for showing different perspectives. Print and put in sheet protectors to use over and over again! Also includes no-print PowerPoint option. They’re perfect for individual counseling or in group counseling activities.
*This now includes Google Slides (TM) of the stories both for presenting and with text boxes to use interactively synchronously or asynchronously*
Resource Contains
•Two complete “stories” walking through students through identifying the feelings, behaviors, and then thoughts of characters in order to illustrate the power of our thoughts
•12 additional scenarios with fill-in-the-blanks for feelings, thoughts, and behaviors (plus 1 blank)
•Full color pages for printing
•32 slide PowerPoint (same content as pages, just a different format) and Google Slides (TM)
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What others are saying...

“So helpful in introducing CBT skills and teaching perspective taking and how thoughts affect our emotions and behavior!”

“Use this during individual CBT sessions and it has been great! My students love them – highly recommend! I printed them and put them in a binder with a pocket protector in the front, so I can reuse them. Plus, kiddos love to use dry erase markers! Thanks for the great resource :)”

“Has great examples that most kids can relate with. The pictures with speech bubbles are also helpful for seeing both sides at the same time.”