Resources for Students
Just For Kids Websites
* American Girl- A fun, interactive site for girls with a focus on positive self-esteem, friendship, and character education.
* PBS Kids: It's My Life - A site that features advice on education, school, family, friends, as well as interactive games ranging from standing up to bullies to solving conflicts with friends.
* The Kidz Page - The online site has everything from games to coloring pages, puzzles to math games, and then everything in between. Plus, you can download lots of fun activities.
* ProQuest K-12 - This site offers academic help by using games and other activities to assist in the understanding and gaining of knowledge in all academic areas.
* Fun Brain - Online educational games for kids!
* Scholastic.com - This interactive site offers games, blogs, and videos all focused around the central theme of reading.
* Kids Know It - This site is a free learning network that includes games, activities, worksheets, and even has educational movies.
* Good Character - This site provides information on the various character education traits. It includes how to implement these traits, discussion questions, and activities that coincide.
* The Bullying Cycle - This handout explains the cycle of bullying, courtesy of kidsareworthit.com.
* Cyberbullying - This handout gives you tips to stay safe online and with emerging technology.
* Standing Up to Bullies - The handout gives strategies to stand up to someone who bullies.
* Book Lists - A complete lists of books on topics from friendships to dealing with divorce.
* I Have a Dream - This worksheet gives you space to write your dream, and then helps you develop a plan to achieve it.
* Get Your Angries Out - The worksheets help you identify what makes you mad, come up with positive solutions to get your angry feelings out, and the rules to having mad feelings.
* Word Search - This word search puzzle focuses around giving thanks.
* Referral Form - Students wishing to speak to the counselor should fill out the referral form and return to the counselor. The counselor will then set up an appointment to meet with you.