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These size of the problem activities will help your students learn to react appropriately to their problems! Students will learn the difference between small, medium and big problems and how to respond accordingly. These no prep activities are perfect for your individual, small group and classroom c
Teach kids self regulation skills with this fun-to-use school counseling classroom guidance lesson unit! In this train-themed unit, your littlest learners will learn to identify emotions, use calming strategies, identify problem size, and stop, think and choose. Get comprehensive, ready to use lesso
Are you looking for engaging coping skills activities to help your students with anger management and anxiety? These 3 activities to help students practice identifying positive coping skills and differentiating between positive and negative coping skills. They are great for individual, small group
The Emotional Regulation Character Trait Lesson Bundle contains 4 lessons to help teach emotional regulation. Each lesson focuses on a different character trait that affects emotional regulation. The four lessons included are Self Care, Mindfulness, Self-Control and Assertiveness. The lessons may
This Emotional Regulation Lesson for Elementary Bundle will help students to recognize, identify and learn coping tools and strategies for their emotions. This set is a perfect if you are teaching classroom lessons that help students learn about emotions. I have used the lessons in the following o
This Understanding Triggers Emotional Regulation Lesson will help students to identify triggers that can cause them to "pop". As students understand what triggers emotional responses in their bodies, they can learn to use coping strategies that can help them relax. While coping strategies are not
Emotion regulation is the ability to recognize and manage one’s own feelings — especially in those situations that evoke strong feelings — and then respond appropriately in those situations. These carnival theme lessons and game will teach students that problems come in different sizes and how it’s
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces students to emotion regulation strategies! Practice all 11 included strategies or pick 5-6 to practice. Choose from ready-to-show PowerPoint presentation, leading the whole group through exercises or print center signs and handou
This Coping Skills Toolbox Emotional Regulation Lesson will help students to identify coping tools and strategies they can use to calm down when they get upset. In this lesson, students are asked to try out a variety of sensory tools and breathing exercises that can use to calm down. This lesson
Emotional Regulation? Let's be honest, if you are a teacher you probably know what this is and know your students need it! From special education to general education, this is a lesson that ANY student could benefit from. High interest, engaging videos and student-centered activities that help stude
Based upon the book, You Get What You Get , this is a READY TO USE (NO PREP) social-emotional learning LESSON about self-control, emotional regulation, accepting "NO" for an answer, and becoming more mature. It utilizes 7 different videos to model the behavior and help students internalize the info
This bundle contains 5 lessons in interactive google slides teaching students emotional regulation by relating various feelings and coping strategies to four colors: Green, Red, Blue, and Yellow. Unit contains one lesson per color and one review lesson of all four colors.These slides are designed to
The Size Of My Problem Emotional Regulation Lesson will help students to understand that problems come in different sizes and emotions and reactions come in different sizes too. Students will view a powerpoint to help them understand different size problems and appropriate size reactions for each.
A small group or individual counseling lesson. Students go beyond simple feelings, such as angry, to bothered, annoyed, frustrated, or furious. They learn that some of these emotions are bigger and some are smaller. Some are heavy and some are light. They notice how their body feels or the thoughts
This lesson reviews the 4 feeling colors for emotional regulation. Could be used as a review lesson after the separate color lessons (listed below) or as a stand-alone lesson. This lesson contains 13 slides with interactive components and bright vibrant colors. Teaches the colors and coping skills f
This interactive google slides lesson teaches early elementary students about feeling Red. Lesson discusses how Red makes us feel angry or scared sometimes. Lesson talks about how everyone feels the Red sometimes, but it's not okay to hurt people or things, even when we are mad. Also discusses calm
Teach your students emotional regulation by helping them match and illustrate their body’s signals and sensations.**INCLUDES GOOGLE SLIDES and FILLABLE PDF VERSIONS**Understanding how our body and emotion state affects our mood and behavior is a key factor in emotional regulation. Teaching students
This is a 25-slide READY-TO-USE FIELD-TESTED LESSON (no prep required) lesson that covers the topics of SELF-CONTROL, EMOTIONAL REGULATION, STRATEGIES FOR SELF-CONTROL, & IMPULSIVENESS. Included are links to 5 unique videos to support the information you are presenting plus a video of Izzy the
This interactive google slides lesson teaches early elementary students about feeling Green (ready to learn). Lesson discusses how the green makes us feel, how our body looks, strategies for calming your body to feeling green, and where the feeling green is appropriate. Includes interactive slides t
This includes 6 different sessions with supplement activities to use when using and introducing the zones of regulation curriculum to students in Third through Fifth grades with age-appropriate activities to support the Zones of Regulation Curriculum by Leah M. Kuypers, © 2011 Social Thinking Publ
This strategy (Bump, Hill, or Mountain?) has really helped me instill problem solving, self management, and emotional regulation within my students. Students will identify their problem as a bump, hill, or mountain, and then match their response to it. For example, a bump sized problem should NOT ha
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PreK - 6th
This interactive google slides lesson teaches early elementary students about feeling Yellow. Lesson discusses how Yellow makes us feel both good and bad sometimes. Recognizes places where the feeling Yellow is appropriate, and how to calm your body if it's time to learn. Includes interactive slides
This interactive google slides lesson teaches early elementary students about feeling Blue. Lesson discusses how feeling Blue makes us feel sad, tired, or bored sometimes. Lesson talks about how everyone feels the blue sometimes, and talking to a friend or safe grown up can help. Also discusses copi
Help your students learn about and understand their emotions, how to self-regulate, and more! Understanding the different levels of our emotions can be a difficult talk if students are not equipped with concepts about emotions and self-regulation strategies. This resource gives you the opportunity t

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