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DOUBLE TAB TO ZOOM ON PHONE OR TABLET Index A ABCs, high-low, 129 accomplishment, recognizing, 191, 192 action plans, for children who need extra support, 264–66 activities and strategies, overview, 20 adaptability overview, 9 acknowledging, 226 “At school, we...,” 227–29 discussion/reflection questions, 242–43 exercises, 243 mandatory and optional concepts, 232–33 reflection/journal assignment, 244 supporting through classroom culture, 233 supportive activities, 237, 239 supportive interactions, 225–33 what does it look like?, 224 when things go wrong, 224–25 “Where are you?,” 229 adult-child play, 43, 44–45, 78 aggression, 166 “All About Us” books, 67–68 “Alphabet Song,” 129 anger, 105 anxiety, minimizing, 108–11 assertion and assertive language, 165, 166–68, 307–8 “At Home . . . At School” books, 239 attachment overview, 6 adult-child play, 43 discussion/reflection questions, 50–51 displaying affection, 34–35 exercises, 51–52 getting close to children, 41 getting to know children well, 33–34 good-byes, meaningful, 42 greetings, 41–42 leaving notes for children, 38 mean what you say and say what you mean, 37–38 providing help and comfort, 39–40 recognizing “insides,” 35 reflection/journal assignment, 53 repairing breaks in relationships, 38–39 safety, 36–37 scripts, 295–97 special moments for families, 54 supporting through classroom culture, 41 supportive activities, 44–50 supportive interactions, 33 using “come” instead of “go,” 39 what does it look like?, 30 when things go wrong, 30–32 B baby games, 44–47, 52 back rubbing, 84 beginning-middle-end stories, 137 behavior appropriate, 312 bullying, 187, 213, 310 consequences for, 101, 119 differences in, 32 effect on others, 138, 303 friendly, 80 guiding principles of, 229–31, 231–32, 240, 311 behavior management techniques, drawbacks of, 10–11 behavior plans, strength-based, 23–24 belonging overview, 6–7 “All About Us” books, 67–68 discussion/reflection questions, 93–94 exercises, 94 as key, 96 promoting, 68–69 reflection/journal assignment, 95 scripts, 297–98 supporting development of friendships, 78–79 supporting through classroom culture, 58, 69–70, 71 supportive activities, 72–78 supportive interactions, 79–82 what does it look like?, 58 when things go wrong, 58–62 belonging, in families supporting, 62–64 supporting through classroom culture, 66–67 supportive activities, 67–68 supportive interactions, 65–66 bias, confronting, 209–14, 310 315 COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL