Self-Regulation Coping Strategies for Classroom Management | Calm Corner Tools
Teaching self-regulation tools helps the thinking part of their brain, the pre-fontal cortex, to remain engaged and in charge. Many of our students need extra support in this area, often coming to school already in a state of fear, worry & chronic stress. Until we help students manage and relate to these challenging emotional experiences, they will have a hard time learning the academic tools that students need to be successful in and out of school. #SchoolCounselors #Teachers
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Teachers, Parents! Behind Anger: A Free Social Emotional Learning Poster For School or for Home
This free poster illustrates that anger is often a secondary feeling to other deeper, perhaps more vulnerable emotions. Can be a useful reference when talking with students and children about feeling angry and the triggers behind it. ...
This 50 Self-Regulation Coping Skills resource helps students learn strategies to self-regulate, focus, ask for help and return to a calm place, to be better ready to learn and get along with others. Use in your Take A Break Station, Calm Down Corner, Zen Zone or Peace Spot. The poster, checklist, task cards, and spinner craft are wonderful additions for your classroom or school counseling office and reinforce a trauma informed classroom.
This 50 Self-Regulation Coping Skills resource helps students learn strategies to self-regulate, focus, ask for help and return to a calm place, to be better ready to learn and get along with others. Use in your Take A Break Station, Calm Down Corner, Zen Zone or Peace Spot. The poster, checklist, task cards, and spinner craft are wonderful additions for your classroom or school counseling office and reinforce a trauma informed classroom. by Dolphingirl28 on Indulgy.com
Different stages of Victim - Survivor - surThriver - Narcissist Abuse Support
I am often heard saying that we NEED to understand we were a victim because we WERE… The victim role is not a place we want to live, but we must understand the fact that we were targeted because of our loving nature and a myriad of other reasons. Of course, the goal is to […]
I Am Someone Who... (+ES) [F]
Complete the sentences below to share more about yourself! Spanish Version Included with Download (pg. 2)! If you like this, make sure to check out the I Am Someone Who... Sentence Completion Cards! ***This download is a fillable worksheet which allows the option to type or click directly into the document using an electronic device. A PDF Reader (Adobe, Foxit, etc.) is required in order to use fillable features. Worksheet can be saved on the device or sent electronically without the need…
De-escalation Strategies Guide
This guide focuses on de-escalation strategies and proactive solutions for working with kids and young adults with challenging behaviors. Teachers, support professionals, administrators, and other adults can use de-escalation techniques when working with kids and young adults. Kids and young adults ...
Conflict Resolution Poster Worksheets
Want an awesome reminder for your kids regarding conflict resolution? Laminate this poster and display in your classroom.
Llama Anxiety Thermometer Coping Skills Workbook with Distance Learning Activity
Utilize this printable workbook in your School Counseling Program, featuring adorable llamas, as a stress management activity for students. The Calm-A-Llama workbook is jam-packed to help students learn emotional regulation surrounding feelings like anxiety and anger. Check in and check outs will ...
3 Think Sheets for Students Who Break the Rules
Think Sheets are useful for a student who breaks classroom or school rules. It helps students evaluate the problem rather than focus on the punishment.