I don't know about y'all, but I love me some solution focused therapy. In a school setting, it is the most realistic theory to use for counseling. It's amazing to see how the good ol' "magic wand" question can open so much in a session. I like to use it with kids as young as 1st or 2nd grade depending on the child. I usually do play therapy with younger ones but with some this has been amazing, as well. I created a great visual/activity for the magic wand question and it looks like this:
I have also been working on Career Day which I feel is one of the days that I get to plan and see how excited the kids are to experience it! It's one of my most fav days as a counselor. To prep the kiddos for Career Day, I am doing guidance lessons on Careers this month. I created a ABC Career book to do with my younger kiddos, which you can get for free here: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Career-Day-Book
I also found these great books to use!
These are also some great sites to explore with your students:
I would LOVE any other resources that some of you may have because I am a little scarce in this area. Please feel free to share below or comment on Stylish School Counselor's facebook page! Have a great week!