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This course is designed to teach children starting at the age of 5 years old how to efficiently solve the Rubik's Cube.  The course uses memory tricks to sift the concepts into bite size concepts that almost any 5 or 6 year old can easily grasp.  Older children and adults will find this course engaging as well as it's likely to help them learn to solve the cube even faster than most other methods.

Taking our ACE history can be a powerful first step to understanding our stories, healing ourselves, and helping the children in our lives.

These ten ACEs are not the only forms of childhood adversity. Other things, like racism, discrimination (against LGBTQ communities or people with disabilities, for example), poverty, immigration, natural disaster, and violence in our community are just as important for us to understand if they are part of our stories.
In fact, if your number is a 0 it doesn’t necessarily mean you didn’t experience childhood adversity. It just means you may have dealt with things not measured by the original ACEs study.
Whatever your score turns out to be, we encourage you to explore the healing strategies and support offered here.

*Please note: For some of us, taking our ACE history might bring up painful memories and feelings. If you start to feel triggered or anxious, take a break.


• Students will learn a 4 step problem solving process
• Students will learn problem solving strategies
• Students will practice applying the steps and strategies to real life scenarios.

What’s Included:

• ”Problem Solving Steps” Worksheet
• “Problem Solving Strategies” Worksheet
• “Practicing Problem Solving” Worksheets

Ideas For Use:

This resource is great for use with:

• Social problem solving lessons or small groups
• As a follow up to social problem solving lessons
• With persons who struggle with impulse control
• With persons who have ADHD
• With persons who struggle with effective decision making

Use this Five Senses Exercise as a simple, versatile way to evoke a mindful state wherever you are. The goal of this exercise is to practice being aware in the present moment throughout the day whenever formal mindfulness practice such as meditation or a body scan might not be practical.


 When we meditate,

 We inject far-reaching and long-lasting benefits into our lives:

 We lower our stress levels, we get to know our pain, we connect better,

 We improve our focus, and we're kinder to ourselves. Let us walk you through the    basics in our new mindful guide on how to meditate.

The ABC of CBT The ABC 3 column form is the staple CBT worksheet -: it helps us to catch our ‘thoughts – and we use it to match the thoughts to feelings and events – usually working backward!