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Calm down tools kids can use anywhere when they feel upset. Help kids manage their emotions with a set of calm down tools.
Lola Darling saved to For Lilly
Teach angry kids how to calm down? Is this possible? Yes, it is. Learn how to teach kids self-control and coping strategies with these easy anger management tips for kids. Real life strategies inside with step-by-step instructions.
Dina saved to Kids parenting
Teach your Kids how to Calm Down on Their Own with Emotions Activities. These simple, quick social emotional learning activities will help kids learn how to regulate their own emotions and choose logic over anger. Raise happy kids with these gentle parenting tips, and encourage your kid to control their own feelings. Includes 12 free printable calm down cards for kids.
Learn how to set up a calm down corner for kids, with printables and calming tools to help them process big feelings and emotions.
Amanda Parks saved to Home
Here are some tips for gently helping your angry child calm down, plus 8 ways they can calm down anywhere! Grab your free printable reminder!
Great Parenting Tips saved to Parenting Tips
Calm Down Yoga Routine for kids, perfect for helping children learn to manage big emotions. Complete with free printable poster.
Nancy Boudreau saved to Mindfulness
Tired of repeating yourself? Learn these simple tips to stay calm when your child won't listen. How to stop yelling and get your child to listen when they are asked to do something. #angrymom #yelling #momlife #parenting #kids #positiveparenting
Your mommy temper tantrums, freak-outs, or tired burnout mom moments aren't all that bad for your kids. In fact, if you do these 5 simple things after you lose your temper, then it is actually a GOOD thing. Turn bad mom moments into positive experiences for your kids in these easy ways. #momlife hacks #momlosingtemper #momfreakout #burnoutmom #parentingtips #raisinghappykids #parenting #kids #positiveparenting
This calming sensory activity provides deep pressure and proprioceptive input for your child (the cookie dough) to help decrease stress and calm nerves.
Chantelle Hess saved to helpful ideas for Aazlyn