Learn how to teach children self-control with this collection of self-regulation strategies and activities for kids! Whether your child struggles with impulse control as a result of ADHD, autism, or another developmental challenge or delay, or just needs some coping skills and tools to help calm down in the classroom, we have 7+ ideas to help teach your kids about self-regulation, as well as 30 self-control activities to develop and encourage appropriate self-regulatory behavior.
Students will enjoy this calming zen activity that helps them distinguish between things that they can control and those that they cannot control. Once they learn to refocus on the things that they can control, they will feel more self control. The focus of this craft is to develop a positive mindset about life and to learn to let go of things that are not worth worrying over.
This resources includes 3 activities to help students with self control! These activities are based off of the book "Clark the Shark" by Bruce Hale, however you do not need the book to use the activities. Activities include: a flap book to help students create rhymes to help with self control, a cut and paste activity to help students consider how their actions make others feel, and 2 worksheets to help students understand when and with whom certain actions are okay and when they are not.