Anger Thermometer: Regulating Impulses & Anger SMARTboard Guidance
Scale down anger by recognizing early and late signs of anger. Help students learn the difference between justifiable and irrational anger. The premise of this lesson is to calm down during the first physical signs of anger so
This tool is designed to help children understand how events/situations precipitate certain emotions as well as help children understand the difference between various intensities of anger. This tool includes an anger thermometer with with pre-printed anger provoking situations as well as one with b
The first step toward self-regulation of anger, this visual cue supports individual awareness of the varying degrees of anger, so that students can identify when they need to use a calming strategy. Print on card stock, cut out and laminate. Post in a classroom calming area, tape to a student’s desk
Anger Thermometer Worksheet
Build awareness of how the body feels by identifying the early and late signs of anger. This sheet allows students to reflect on how they know when they are angry and how to calm down. Perfect to use on its own or in conjunction with The Anger Thermometer SMARTboard le
This can be used alone or as a compliment to programs such as "How Does Your Engine Run". This visual gives students a fun way to identify how they're feeling when something new, unexpected, or potentially frustrating happens!
This can be used for students with autism or special needs to help staff understand verbal or nonverbal signs the student may show from the calm stage all the way up to melt down stage.
Number the thermometer 1-10, 1 at the bottom and 10 at the top. For example: 1 (student is calm), 3 (student is
Sometimes we have to disguise learning into games! Students love games but working on emotional regulation, empathy, or anger management skills can get old and boring quickly!
My students love playing this! This volcano/treasure hunting-themed game contains 150 cards (including some blank ones an
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The Keep Calm Game for Anger Management
Students will practice controlling their anger in different scenarios. Students answer questions and try to keep their anger thermometer low by using coping skills instead of anger inducing responses. Great for students who are struggling with anger.
This social skill activity teaches students about types of problems (small, medium or large) and helps the student identify and rank each size of problem. Using an anger thermometer, students can rank problems according to what makes them upset and give strategies of how to help control emotions an
Managing Out of Control Emotions is a packet of printable material designed to help students that have trouble regulating their emotions. This specifically focuses on the scale of anger emotions. The core feature of this packet is an emotions or anger thermometer. Students this may be beneficial
I created an anger unit to incorporate into my social skills class. This is appropriate for emotional disorders, autism, and special education in general. There is a smartboard file with various books linked to it as well as games. I also attached all of the worksheets needed to complete the unit
This is an amazing resource that explains anger, where it comes from, has pictures that show anger, and has some anger management/calming tools to use when students are feeling angry or upset. This resource has 22 pages of outstanding resources to help even the most angry child.
Included in this r
This workbook offers a combination of excellent anger management worksheets, exercises and tips that can help children learn more about their anger, the triggers and how to manage it.
This Anger Management Workbook includes:
- “All about me” reflective activity
- Learning about anger – what it is,
Students with behavior problems often need to be explicitly taught ways to deal with frustration and anger. Without being taught replacement behaviors and having resources available to them, behavior issues can quickly escalate into a tantrum or other disruptive behaviors.
I created t
Caps for Sale by Esphyr This wonderful book that allows for a great multi-day lesson plan. included in this book companion are common core standards, tier two vocabulary words visuals and ways to teach, page by page supports, Bloom's Taxonomy questions. As the peddler gets angry there is also an
Small group counseling lesson to help students explore the intensity of anger. It takes students through scaffolded activities that support their awareness of when they are calm, bothered, frustrated, angry, and furious. The activities use a weather metaphor to engage students and give them a vocabu
Use this chart as part of a whole-class behaviour management approach or for individualised support. Can be used within both special education and mainstream settings; just print and use. I've used it both with special needs students and gifted and talented learners. A great resource year round!
this anger pyramid or hierarchy will help students understand that anger has different intensity and causes, it will also help that identify the main triggers of their anger and what they do each time..... it is better used after playing games related to feeling identification and thermometer.....
This is a 42 page workbook includes:
- “All about me” reflective activity
- Why do you feel anxious – learning about your anxiety
- What is anxiety? – how anxiety can impact you
- What does it feel like to have anxiety – changes in body, thinking, behaviour
- What causes anxiety?
- What you can do
The following 41 page Emotional Regulation Workbook has been developed to support students to express themselves openly, be able to identify a range of feeling states and enhance their feeling vocabulary. Sometimes it can be difficult for students to talk about feelings so combining discussion with
This 11 page “Trauma-Informed Framework of Behaviour Support Strategies” includes behaviour support strategies (ecological strategies, interactional guidelines and skill development strategies).
Each strategy included explains why the strategy is important for the individual who has experienced tra
"Mad Magpie" is a wonderful picture book by Australian Indigenous author and illustrator, Gregg Dreise, with strong anti-bullying messages told through an engaging narrative story.
Free teacher notes and details about how to purchase the book are available via the Magabala Books website
This “Feelings Thermometer” is a visual aid to support individuals to explore their feelings/behaviours with the use of a metaphor and includes the following:
Calm, happy, flustered, frustrated, irritated, cross, angry, furious and exploding.
Individuals can be supported to reflect as to where the
This product is a 60 page PowerPoint on Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Kids. This PowerPoint presentation is very special because it was designed for children to help them understand thinking errors and more appropriate replacement behaviors. There are also opportunities for practicing thos
This download contains the following resources:
Emotion fans with 16 emotions
Cut and stick emotion cards
Emotions on pieces of gold
Design a pirate flag
Emotional thermometers or traffic lights
Fill your treasure chest sheet
Pirate ship emotional register
Pirate ship emotional regist
This is a simple visual aid with both a color thermometer, emotion faces and words describing the different levels of problems. Good to put on a desk for those students who think all problems are major issues and need immediate attention. Also good for use with students who have trouble with frustra