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    Social Emotional Learning Resource Kit

    $275.00
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  • Stories to Learn by New

    Wyatt’s Stories to Learn By Combo Pack

    $165.00
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  • counselor combo

    Elementary School Counselor’s Combo Pack

    $75.00
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  • Wyatt puppet

    Wyatt The Wonder Dog Puppet

    $49.95
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  • small group

    The School Counselor’s Small Group Guide (includes digital Student Journal)

    $34.95
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  • Wyatt good manners

    Wyatt Learns About Good Manners Video Combo Pack

    $20.00
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  • Wyatt Kindergarten

    Wyatt Goes to Kindergarten Video Combo Pack

    $20.00
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  • Wyatt organized

    Wyatt Learns About Being Organized Video Combo Pack

    $20.00
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  • Wyatt giving book cover

    Wyatt Learns About Giving Video Combo Pack

    $20.00
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  • kids and stress

    9 Simple Ways to Teach Kids to Cope with Stress

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"Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Friendship teaches not only friendship and making connections, but also how to become successful at problem solving. Great for school counselors, teachers and families. Bravo! "

— Sharissa Shatten,

Professional School Counselor

The School Counselor's Small Group Guide

A grab and go small group workbook for busy school counselors. Each session is aligned with ASCA standards includes an ice breaker, discussion questions, and an activity to explore the lesson in their journal. 

The Elementary School Counselor's Book of Lesson Plans

A nine month calendar with thirty-two themed lessons with activities, discussion starters, assessments and questionnaires to change student's lives one lesson at a time.

The Elementary School Counselor Book of Leadership Lesson Plans

Based on Stephen Covey’s seven habits of highly successful people, twenty-eight lesson plans aligned with ASCA standards, and including pretest-post test assessments, activities, and discussion starters to nurture tomorrow’s leaders. 

Elementary School Counselor's Lesson Plans for Stories to Learn By

This book includes discussion questions, activities, ASCA aligned lesson plans, reproducible coloring sheets, word searches, pre-test/post-test assessments and much more for each of the nine Wyatt the Wonder Dog Books. 

Wyatt the Wonder Dog Books and More...

Wyatt the Wonder Dog books are available on Amazon. Clicking on the books will take you directly to Amazon for purchase.

It’s time to catch the school bus and Wyatt can’t find anything.  Where is his backpack?  his lunch money? Wyatt is about to learn a valuable lesson about the importance of being organized and the benefits of planning ahead.  This adorable story offers simple helpful ideas that kids and parents can use to make life less stressful and more fun.

It’s almost Christmas and Wyatt the Wonder Dog is wondering how long he will have to wait until the big day and what gifts he will get.  His mother however, has a more important question, “What will you give for Christmas?”  Join Wyatt as he learns a valuable lesson about how anyone can be generous and giving at Christmas and all through the year.

Wyatt the Wonder Dog has never liked change, at least not at first. Once he tries something new, he usually finds he really likes it. Now that he is about to begin kindergarten, Wyatt is really worried. Will he make friends? Will he get lost in the new school? Will he miss his mom? Join Wyatt in his latest "wonder-full" adventure!

Wyatt is always wondering about something and lately it is how to get his friend, Max to change his bossy ways. What can he do? Join Wyatt as he considers some rather unusual options until he finally discovers that a heart to heart talk with Max can create a new friendship with an old friend.

Wyatt the Wonder Dog didn't make it on the All Star baseball team and he feels like a loser. All  his friends will be playing baseball this summer, while he and his pesky sister, Callie, visit grandparents at the beach. How Wyatt learns to handle disappointment and failure will be an important lesson for the future. Will he give up trying new things?  Will he have the confidence to try again? Are there some things that take more practice and persistence to learn than others?

Camping with his Boy Scout Troop is exciting and fun… until Max takes a serious fall while hiking. When Wyatt and the rest of the Scouts use their emergency training to get Max safely out of the woods, they learn the value of teamwork and the power of community to achieve big goals.

It’s not easy being the new kid at school, especially if you are a cat and everyone else is a dog.  How do you make friends?  Can you even be friends with someone who is totally different from you?  Wyatt the Wonder Dog helps solve Ami's friendship problem with empathy and compassion - a great story for teaching children the critical life skill of making friends.

Wyatt wants to play Frisbee. Max want to build a fort and Callie wants to have tea party. How do the three friends reconcile their differences? Can it be done? When Wyatt doesn’t get his way, Max’s mother suggests he be the Superhero for the day. Join Wyatt as he learns how the magic of cooperation and compromise can bring the five friends closer together.

Wyatt the Wonder Dog is back in this delightful story that teaches children why listening is important and how to become good listeners. Children will relate to Wyatt's experience of missing out on the fun and making everyone late for Grandma's party. They'll learn that being a good listener takes practice, but it's so worth it in the end!

Wyatt Coloring Book Cover

Wyatt's Little Book of Coloring Fun

Wyatt’s Little Book of Coloring Fun includes 28 coloring designs and five activities for elementary age children.

What People Say About The Wyatt Books

kind words from educators, parents, and kids!

"Going to kindergarten is a milestone for everyone and the beginning of the year is usually filled with excitement and angst.  Wyatt the Wonder Dog addresses the typical concerns that most children have in a sweet and relatable way.  Kindergarten really is fun!"

— Laura Uszenski
Kindergarten Teacher

"Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Teamwork is another great example of helping kids improve their social skills.  It teaches kids the power of working together and how much better we are when we work as a community"

—Melissa Toren Hrin, Professional School Counselor
Beverly Cleary School, Portland, OR

"[Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Mindset] This book is funny!  It's dogs doing things that only people do!  I learned to try new things."

— Samuel Traub
Age 6

Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Giving is a delightful book that teaches kids (and reminds adults, as well) that generosity is possible no matter how old, young, rich or poor we are.  This is a powerful message and an engaging story that every child will love. 

~Jen McDonough, author of Living Beyond Rich

Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Friendship teaches not only friendship and making connections, but also how to become successful at problem solving. Great for school counselors, teachers and families.  Bravo! 

Sharissa Shatten~ School Counselor

Feeling left out? Need help getting along with friends? Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Cooperation weaves important life skills into engaging story telling. Join Wyatt as he learns how to be the superhero in his group of friends by using cooperation and compromise.

~MaryFrances Gonzalez MACCCSLP

Have you ever had a friend that did some things that you disagreed with? Wyatt does and he doesn't know what to do about it. Join Wyatt as he learns that being honest with his friend is the best and only way to solve the problem. A great story!

~Lynn Hughes M.Ed. school counselor

If you've ever lost your lunch money or misplaced your favorite toy, you can relate to Wyatt the Wonder Dog.  This adorable story offers simple, helpful ideas that kids and parents can use to make life less stressful and more fun!

~Erin K. Casey, author