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Looking for a quick, no-prep way to teach students about feelings and emotions? These 30 worksheets will help students learn about 25 feelings, and reflect on how they experience and can cope with their feelings and emotions. This is a helpful tool in the classroom and in the counseling office to he
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These coping skills activities are a fun, NO-PREP way to help your students learn about positive coping skills! With these two worksheets, students will learn the difference between positive and negative coping skills and will identify positive coping skills they can use! This resource is perfect fo
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This includes 6 different worksheets related to identifying coping skills- printable in both black and white and color copies. Objective: Teach children how to self-regulate and to identify coping skills that work for each individual child Coping Skills Social Story Coping Skills Coloring Sheet/
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► What can I use this product for?Perfect for group counseling or classroom lessons. Great for School Counselors, Therapists, Health Teachers, Life Skills Teachers, or any Educator wanting to help students who struggle with Anxiety. Include link to a distance learning copy.► What is included in thi
These fun worksheets are designed to help kids develop positive coping skills, learn about emotions, and increase self-regulation. Includes two versions with self regulation levels that correspond to programs like Zones of Regulation and ALERT. These concepts should be familiar to kids of all ages (
Using coping skills is a crucial component of emotional regulation. These no prep activities will give your students the coping skills practice they need to feel confident and ready to use their own coping skills in real life situations. Students will act as members of an "advisory board" as they re
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Worksheet to be used with Brain Games TV episode, Stress Test (Season 3, Episode 5). Students should complete the worksheet as the episode plays. This is the PDF version, if you would like the GOOGLE DOC version CLICK HERE!*This product includes the worksheet to accompany the show only, not any vi
Coping Skills Scavenger Hunt Engage students in using communication skills to find other students in class that use specific coping skills. ***************************************************************************** Check out these other products Anger Management: 10 Ways to Cool Down Coping S
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Social Skills worksheets perfect for introducing, practicing, and reviewing coping skills. Ideal for students who need extra practice identifying coping skills, emotions, and processing behaviors. Skills included: taking a deep breath, getting a drink of water, taking a break, movement breaks, and
Another quick and easy 5 minute workshop to help at the beginning of the school year! Another good trauma-informed care worksheet.
Discuss positive coping skills for big feelings like anger, stress, worry, fear, and sadness with these fun summer/ocean themed activities! This activity will help students understand that the school counselor is here to help you at school, but it is important to learn skills to help yourself deal w
Kids of all ages will enjoy learning to be resilient and use coping skills with these spring (or Easter) themed worksheets! First they can brainstorm their favorite coping skills and write/draw one on each bunny. Then they can share which coping skills work best for them and why. Simple, but FUN, no
⭑ Kids of all ages will enjoy learning about coping skills and emotional regulation with these St. Patrick's Day-themed worksheets! Fun activity for the classroom or small counseling groups. Both color and black and white versions are included for convenience. ⭑ This product is also part of the Sel
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► What can I use this product for?This is a perfect supplement for a lesson or discussion you are having on Stress Management. Your discussion can be geared towards any age. Show them the coping skills examples, and then have them practice coming up with their own. This can be used for resiliency
These worksheets are designed to help kids develop positive coping skills and learn about emotions and self-regulation in a fun and engaging way! They are also part of the Spanish Self-Regulation Growing Bundle. Please note, this resource is in SPANISH! If you're looking for the English version, pl
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This resource is a quick and easy companion to any lessons you may teach about worry and anxiety. Just print and use with no prep and no other work involved. We’re all short on time and having a handy no prep resource to accompany a story or discussion on worrying is always a great time saver. There
Use this activity to practice identifying positive and negative coping skills!
This is a great worksheet for when you're needing a good review before sending your students off to Spring Break (or any break really). They can hang this up for reference at their home and it gives you a chance to make a good plan for them.
Use these sorting cards to practice identifying sunny (positive) and cloudy (negative) coping skills!
A fun worksheet for students. They can search for different coping skills. It can act as a self-regulation tool also!This is a PDF that you can print.
Help Frosty feel better by drawing him using a coping skill!
We all have those students that we review with before we go on break so that they are prepared for the time away from school. Whether it's just the coping skills they will use, or who their safe adult is they will talk to when they are away, we all have a list of things we go over with them about. T
Stress and dysfunctional family dynamics can lead to poor decision making for students of any age. This small activity is a creative way to get that conversation started. Through coloring, students are identifying their own personal coping skills and given a chance to evaluate those choices throu
Winter Break means at least a week if not more where students might need a reminder or two about the coping skills the have been practicing and what triggers to watch for. This is a nice review that they can do with the school counselor, teacher, or anyone who works with them to prepare for a break

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