Kids Coping Skills

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The Ultimate Guide to Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom

A teacher’s guide to teaching social emotional skills in the classroom. This guide has articles, children's book suggestions, videos, and a program filled with lessons and activities to use with kids.

Making a Feelings Thermometer — Coping Skills for Kids

As a counselor, sometimes I work with kids who have a hard time identifying their feelings, especially the fact that feelings can range from slight to intense. One of the interventions I use is a feelings thermometer.

Love this self care tracker!

Love this self care tracker!

How to Teach Problem-Solving to Kids (by age) – Big Life Journal

How to Teach Problem-Solving Skills to Kids (Ages 3-14)

How to Teach Problem-Solving to Kids (by age) – Big Life Journal

With the exception of sensory tools you might want to supplement in a Calm Box, I included just about everything else you might need to create a comprehensive Calm Corner / Cool-Off Spot / Peace Corner / Safe Space / Take a Break Station for your trauma sensitive and informed classroom (with options to use for personal home use, too).

CALM DOWN CORNER *Take a Break Self-Regulation Coping Skills & Mindfulness Kit

With the exception of sensory tools you might want to supplement in a Calm Box, I included just about everything else you might need to create a comprehensive Calm Corner / Cool-Off Spot / Peace Corner / Safe Space / Take a Break Station for your trauma sensitive and informed classroom (with options to use for personal home use, too).

As a therapist, I am frequently working with #children who are emotionally dysregulated. This means, I see a lot of behavioral issues, difficulties containing behaviors, emotions, and reacting instead of responding to difficult situations. My favorite example is when a parent makes a grilled cheese sandwich when the

My Favorite Coping Skills for Dysregulated Children

As a therapist, I am frequently working with children who are emotionally dysregulated. This means, I see a lot of behavioral issues, difficulties containing

Free download - fun & extremely useful prompt for conversation practice for kids with ASD.

Remote Control Channel Changers – DIY Social Communication Prompts for Children with ASD

Free download - fun & extremely useful prompt for conversation practice for kids with ASD.

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Keep Your Guests Out of The Kitchen With These 20 Thanksgiving Games

thanksgiving games the gratitude game

Comes with the social skills anchor chart and we can (I like doing those instead of I can because we are a team and we are all helping each other work on these skills) posters for each skill. How I Use Them: I have the list of all traits displayed on my bulletin board and then focus on one skill for a week or two depending on student need.

Social Skills Checklist & We Can Statements

Comes with the social skills anchor chart and we can (I like doing those instead of I can because we are a team and we are all helping each other work on these skills) posters for each skill. How I Use Them: I have the list of all traits displayed on my bulletin board and then focus on one skill ...

Therapeutic Art: Counseling through Creating - Confident Counselors

Therapeutic art activities are an excellent tool for school counselors to integrate into group counseling and individual counseling. It allows students to express thoughts and feelings in a different way that is less intimidating and more engaging. How can you integrate art therapy?

Memory Bracelets for grieving - but you can also use the same idea as a Coping/soothing bracelet when times get though e.g. recovery, anxiety, stress, panic, ED, SI, etc:

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Memory Bracelets for grieving - but you can also use the same idea as a Coping/soothing bracelet when times get though e.g. recovery, anxiety, stress, panic, ED, SI, etc:

Trauma-Informed Support for Children - A Follow Up to "What Lies Beneath Behavior?"

Trauma-Informed Support for Children - A Follow Up to "What Lies Beneath Behavior?"

You’ve worked through the questions in our infographic “ What Lies Beneath Behavior? ” and instead of judging or punishing you’ve figured out the child is just trying to do the best they can to communicate whatever pain or distress lives inside of them… “So now what do I do?” you ask. As promised, we have produced a second infographic to provide you with a step-by-step guide to a trauma-informed response. The bad news is that there is no manualized program, no one-size fits all solution…