Counseling Anchor Charts

Sunday, January 29, 2017

School counseling anchor charts

Anchor charts: a staple in every elementary classroom. Excellent resources for review and reminder. So why not use them in school counseling too?!

Especially when our Life Skills lessons are skills-based, we like to use anchor charts during our lessons. Now ours aren't the awesome hand-written/drawn kind that are created collaboratively with the students; mostly due to time constraints and partly due to size constraints (teachers don't have room on their walls for their own anchor charts and then all of mine if I used chart paper!). We usually pre-create them, bring them to the classrooms to use during the teaching or application portion of the lesson, and then offer to make/laminate copies (on colored cardstock) for teachers as they want them.

Some of the charts we've created and used (available in a bundle for free here and I'll add to this post when we make more):

Types of Conflict
Types of Conflict reproducible anchor chart

Problem Size
Problem size reproducible anchor chart.Problem size reproducible anchor chart.

Kelso's Choices
Kelso's Choices reproducible anchor chart

Talk it Out Sentence Stems
Talk it out sentence stems reproducible anchor chart

Apologies reproducible anchor chart

Compliment Sentence Stems
Compliment sentence stems reproducible anchor chart

Best Effort Thermometer
Colorful Best effort reproducible anchor chart

Reflective Listening
Reflective listening reproducible anchor chart

Gossip/Rumors reproducible anchor chart

THINK Before You Speak
Colorful THINK before you speak reproducible anchor chart

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