Mrs. Robertson's Page
Hello and welcome to the elementary school counseling home page! I hope you find the information here useful. Below are some links for kids dealing with many topics. Feel free to check them out!
If you need to contact me, please do not hesitate to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Need to relieve some stress and take a break ?? This website has some cool things for ALL ages-games, puzzles, exercises, calming sounds and images, coloring pages, and much more!!
Here's another great resource for the whole family. Movement activities and videos to relieve some stress and help you relax!
Social/Emotional Learning and Career Exploration Links for Kids:
Daniel Tiger Story- reviews the importance of sharing with friends
Sesame Street: Name that Emotion with Murray!: video about identifying how people feel.
Guess the Feeling: game to review how to identify feelings
Fair Share Game: reviews what it means to be fair, and also practices some basic math skills!
PBS Kids Feelings Games : not all are feelings games, but they do encourage problem-solving, cooperation and using friendship skills!
We Do Listen-click here for access to stories, songs, and activities students can access for guidance class
Xello -this is the career site we will use to meet our PA Career Standards for K-6. See login info in the XELLO tab on top of thIS page for more information.
Netsmartz-this site is designed for K-12 students, parents, and educators to learn more about being safe online. It has a lot of good information!!
PA Career Zone-this site is geared more for upper elementary-high school students, but can be useful to adults too! It is a career exploration website with lots of career information and personal interest inventories and assessments.
Virginia Career View-this is a website with lots of career based activities and games. Click the grade bands to choose one that's right for you!
Dealing with Worry and Anxiety? It's easy to do with everything that's going on...
Below are some videos for younger students to watch (but older students can watch too!) to learn to be a "Worry Warrior"!
Is your child asking a lot of questions about COVID-19?
Here's a video that explains the
Coronavirus in kid-friendly terms.