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Teach your students about self control with this NO-PREP resource! These activities will help your students learn what self control is and strategies to use it, such as thinking before they act and considering consequences. The worksheets can be used in a variety of settings including individual, sm
This self control small group plan will help your students learn what self control is and how to use impulse control strategies such as controlling your words, body and feelings. This resource includes 6 NO PREP sessions that include a detailed lesson plan with objectives, discussion points and acti
Many bright and capable students don't succeed like they should because of deficits in their executive skills, such as impulse control. By the time these students are in high school, these skills can be so insufficient to meet school demands that it can take many months or years to help them get whe
These self control task cards are an easy way to get your students thinking about this important topic! Students will learn about what self control is and how to use it. These task cards are no prep and can be used in a variety of ways. They are perfect for use in your individual, small group, or cl
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces early elementary school students to the concept of impulse control! Students meet Blurt-osaurus, a dinosaur student who struggles to keep his thoughts inside until the perfect time. He learns 3 strategies that prevent blurting, a
NEWLY UPDATED! Google Drive Lesson AND Interactive PowerPoint are both included!This interactive lesson (offered in both PowerPoint and Google Drive format) focuses on teaching kids to recognize examples of impulsive behaviors. This is part of a sequential curriculum map for Social and Emotional Lea
Patient Pirates is an 8 week early elementary impulse control small group counseling curriculum. The group’s goal is to provide an opportunity for students to focus on building better listening skills, improving communication skills, improving social skills, fostering better peer connections and cr
This game can be utilized by counselors or social workers, looking to work with students on impulse control. To utilize this game, you need to have access to the board game CandyLand. The same rules as the game of CandyLand apply. I have made these cards for an earlier version of the game of CandyLa
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PreK - 5th
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The Digital Dentist Impulse Control Game is a fun twist on one of everyone's favorite game and a great conversation starter for kids to learn and talk about self control and impulse control! Lion has a sore tooth and needs to see the dentist. To fix his tooth, students need to answer a question ab
This resource focuses on intervening with one to two students who chronically blurt out and interrupt. Calling out in the classroom can disrupt instruction for an entire class. Simple interruptions like call outs and blurting can lead to larger behavior disruptions and classroom management issues. I
Improve your preschoolers self-control = improve their life. Start Here's "The Preschool Games" is squarely based on the theory of executive control - the same basis of "The Marshmallow Test"* that has been featured regularly on PBS. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/making-sense/teach-self-control-reduc
Color By Code Impulse Control will help students learn impulse control strategies while providing them with an opportunity to relax while coloring in a cute pirate theme. Students will learn to use a Pirate Warning--where they stop and think about what they are doing, Map it Out, by looking at the
What Get this full 5E Social emotional Lesson plan with all materials included to help teach your students about controlling their impulses and the impact this can have on others around them. Don’t forget to rate and leave feedback! What’s Included Full 5E social emotional lesson plan with
Part TWO of EIGHT (more to come)! Social Skills Mini Lesson on Impulse Control: For some kids in therapy, learning basic social skills is an important part of their individualized treatment goals. Despite their presenting problems, learning how to interact appropriately with others allows the child
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K - 4th
An 8 page social story using the good vs. evil minions to prompt discussion about how to be a super star minion. The story speaks specifically to unstructured areas of the school building- hallways, restroom, cafeteria, and special classes. It also gives techniques to use when thinking about impulse
Learning to Manage Your ImpulsesSocial Skills and Life SkillsThis Lesson is in both a PDF format and Google Doc Format, making it a great resource for distance learning or in class instruction.Objective: Students will be able to:· Define impulsive and impulse control disorder.· Explain the consequen
Here is a packet of books and activities I do with students in my Self-Control groups. Included: - cover page - rules and goals - recommended books to read during the group sessions - activities
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PreK - 5th
Self-Control and Impulsivity Control are skills that are significant indicators of future success. They are also skills that can improve a student's self-concept and behavior in and out of the classroom environment. Many times, students with behavioral issues are lacking this very important skill.
NEWLY UPDATED! Google Drive Lesson AND Interactive PowerPoint are both included!This interactive lesson (offered in both PowerPoint and Google Drive format) focuses on teaching kids to recognize examples of impulsive behaviors. This is part of a sequential curriculum map for Social and Emotional Lea
I do this activity during my support groups and/or classroom guidance lessons when we are talking about control our impulses and resisting the urge to say or do something that we know is not ok after we read, "What Were You Thinking?" by Bryan Smith. 1.) I start off the activity by blowing bubbles
NEWLY UPDATED! Google Drive Lesson AND Interactive PowerPoint are both included!This interactive lesson (offered in both PowerPoint and Google Drive format) focuses on teaching kids to recognize examples of impulsive behaviors. This is part of a sequential curriculum map for Social and Emotional Lea
Many students today have difficulty with self-regulation and coping skills. Students often need direct instruction and specific tools in order to manage their emotions and control their impulses. This product contains 3 different tools students can utilize throughout the school day to control thei
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PreK - 8th
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I do this coloring activity with my K4 students after we read, "Interrupting Chicken" by David Ezra Stein
Have you a student who ALWAYS wants to be the center of attention? Answer all of the questions? Refuses to share the opportunity to interact? Well, if you know someone like that in your class, this may be just the "TICKET" for you! Using talking tickets is so easy. You can give that student wh

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