Book Review: Anh's Anger
This is one of my favorite books to use with children working on learning how to cope with anger & learn techniques to manage their emotions. The illustrations are beautiful and the message is really for everyone. Also, this blog- booksthathealkids.blogsp
Anger Management for Kids: 8 Meaningful Ways to Calm Big Emotions
26 Anger Management Activities for Kids | If your kids struggle with self control, you'll love this collection of fun games and crafts to help calm BIG emotions. Perfect for rambunctious boys and strong-willed girls, these free printables and learning activities will help your child calm down at home, in the classroom, and/or in therapy. #anger #angermanagement #positiveparenting #angrychild #meltdowns #tantrums
Mindfulness Strategies for Anger Management
By Barbara Gruener Okay, I’ll admit it: When I was growing up, I had no idea how to deal with my anger well. Not one little bit. During my formative years, I was sent to my room to get over my bad attitude more times than I care to admit. (Bad attitude was code for…
Social Emotional Lessons: Helping Kids Manage Their Anger Activity Bundle
Teaching children anger management skills helps them learn self control and emotion regulation skills. Some children have a low frustration tolerance level and benefit from learning coping skills to help them better manage their anger. This anger management activity bundle teaches children about the causes, triggers, and consequences of anger. It also provides role play scenarios to get children to practice using anger management skills they've learned.
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Don't let angry balloon pop! An awesome visual to help kids learn to let their anger (or can work for anxiety, stress, whatever they are struggling with) out slowly. 1. Blow up a balloon 2. While holding the balloon, talk to your client about the balloon representing their anger (or anxiety, etc.) and brainstorm with them what they think happens when those feelings build up. 3. Now the fun part! Either pop the balloon, or let go of the balloon. Talk about behaviors associated when you let…
Cool Down Cubes
I have several students on my caseload who struggle with anger management and emotional regulation. I loved this idea for Cool Down Cubes from Entirely Elementary and decided to make a set of my own. Supplies: Plastic ice cubes - I purchased a bag of 30 from Bed Bath & Beyond for less than $4 Container - The one pictured came from the Dollar Store Permanent maker Using a permanent marker write a safe "cool down" strategy on each ice cube. For example: count to ten, walk away, talk to a…