So many games, so little counseling sessions
Yeah right! As a school psychologist I am often counseling students on IEPs weekly…for an entire school year! Before I started making my own games, worksheets, and other activities, I was stressing out week to week, as my students dwindled down my low supply stash of games and activities. This was before TpT even existed, so any fun in counseling that my students had was purely physical board games that I purchased for $30 a pop. Hence the low supply.
As I started my journey of converting regular games, such as Jenga and UNO into focused counseling activities, my supply increased exponentially. Having something novel, fun, and instructional to do that can help target my students’ counseling goals is never a problem for me anymore. Yippie!