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Visual calm down strategies for students.

Visual Think Sheet and Behavior Management

Behavior management activities with sorts and visuals as well as think sheets. Visual think sheet is a simple way for students to reflect on their choices and think of better choices for the future. Includes whole group sorts for students to become more familiar with the images and student think s...

Calm down corner or calm down area resources. Free posters and student printables to help you create a calming or brain break area in your classroom for kids. #SEL #classroommanagement #studentdisciplineideas

Professional Development Book Study!

Make classroom management easy with actionable strategies and tips from the book Teaching Self Discipline.

Digital Reading Passages with STOP AND THINK

Browse over 440 educational resources created by Can't Stop Smiling in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Digital Reading Passages with STOP AND THINK

Browse over 440 educational resources created by Can't Stop Smiling in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Calm Down Ideas for the classroom + free poster

Calm Down Ideas

Our little learners have a lot to cope with in the modern day at school. One of the most effective ways to deal with any kind of rise in emotion in the classroom is to begin to peel things back and simplify as much as possible. Close your eyes and imagine a peaceful, calm, happy experience and then juxtapose that with a chaotic one. One of the main differences no doubt, in your imaginings, was the amount of things going on. I can almost guarantee your calm scenario featured a simple place, a…

Coping Skills Psychoeducational Resource - LindsayBraman.com

Coping Skills Psychoeducational Resource

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Use these games and play activities to strengthen self-control and self-regulation skills for kids and young adults. Teachers can use these games during break times or even as rewards! Games can be one of the best ways to help boost self control for teens and children.  #selfcontrol #pathway2success

12 Games to Practice Self-Control

12 interactive and fun games to teach self-control and build self-regulation skills for kids and teens. Strong skills for self-control are the foundation for success in and outside of the classroom.

Behavior & social. Google docs Google classroom How my behavior affects others Autism, social skills

Distance learning social and behavior skills for google slides (TM). Social emotional learning activities to teaching students how their own behavior, actions and words affect others.***This is a google slides version ONLY of the printable/digital activity packet found in my store here:How my behavi...

Say It or Filter It File Folder Jar Sorting Game with Work

Say It or Filter It File Folder Jar Sorting Game with Worksheets - Social Skills

Say It or Filter It File Folder Unit A Kid's Unit on Recognizing Things that are Okay to Say & Things We Should Not Say. The File Folder Game has 2 Mason Style Jars Labeled: "Say It" (Thumbs Up) & "Filter It" (Thumbs Down). Read the Phrase Card and Place it on the Correct Jar! Includes E...

Playing CBT – Therapy Games that Teach Emotional Regulation

Therapy games are one way to help children who struggle with emotional regulation. Playing CBT contains 15 different therapy games for children.

Self regulation and behavior control activities. Autism, asd and emotion support. Social skills.

In this packet you will find a wide ranging comprehensive set of activities to address a variety of key self regulation/emotional/behavior skills. Students are introduced to each key self regulation skill through a variety of activities including social narratives, worksheets and activities. In addi...

This self-regulation journal helps students use self-regulation to manage their emotions. This resource would be a great complement to lessons about the Zones of Regulation by Leah Kuypers. Students will learn which feelings and actions are associated with each color and will learn self-regulation strategies on how to regulate their emotions. #brightfuturescounseling #elementaryschoolcounseling #elementaryschoolcounselor #schoolcounseling #schoolcounselor #selfregulation #zonesofregulation

Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal + Distance Learning #2021counseling

This self-regulation journal helps students use self-regulation to manage their emotions. This resource would be a great complement to lessons about the Zones of Regulation by Leah Kuypers. Students will learn which feelings and actions are associated with each color and will learn self-regulation strategies on how to regulate their emotions. #brightfuturescounseling #elementaryschoolcounseling #elementaryschoolcounselor #schoolcounseling #schoolcounselor #selfregulation #zonesofregulation

Say it or think it? Many students struggle with the conversational social skill of filtering their thoughts! This digital, paperless google slides activity gives students the chance to sort thoughts into "think it" or "say it" categories! This activity is perfect for elementary school counseling classroom guidance lessons, individual or small group counseling!

Think It Say It Social Filter Activity: Social Skills Distance Learning Activity

Say it or think it? Many students struggle with the conversational social skill of filtering their thoughts! This digital, paperless google slides activity gives students the chance to sort thoughts into "think it" or "say it" categories! This activity is perfect for elementary school counseling classroom guidance lessons, individual or small group counseling!

These 17 games practice impulse control, paying attention, listening and following directions. Students focus on having to pay close attention to expectations, and override urges in order to make the most appropriate choice about their actions. Games can be conducted with small or large groups, require NO materials or preparation, and most can be played either indoors our outside.

Games that Practice Self-Regulation of Body And Actions

These 17 games practice impulse control, paying attention, listening and following directions. Students focus on having to pay close attention to expectations, and override urges in order to make the most appropriate choice about their actions. Games can be conducted with small or large groups, requ...