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In this packet you will find a wide ranging comprehensive set of activities to address a variety of key self regulation/emotional/behavior skills. Students are introduced to each key self regulation skill through a variety of activities including social narratives, worksheets and activities. In addi
Do you have a child that often has LARGE reactions to LITTLE problems? This activity set will teach them about problem solving and how to react when different sized problems arise. Kids will stay engaged with these fun and interactive worksheets as they color, cut, match, and solve! This printable i
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
This printable is a daily self-check-in sheet that includes 8 different time slots/periods for which a student can quickly check off which Zone of Regulation they're in. This resource is designed to help build self-awareness and basic self-monitoring skills among learners of all ages. While this res
These worksheets reinforce emotions and self-regulation skills, and can accompany emotions and self regulation programs. Black & White and Color worksheets are provided - though I would suggest some of the worksheets that reference the colors be printed in color. These worksheets were made for m
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This coloring and writing resource contains worksheets and activities to help students practice identifying emotions and feelings. Once they can identify their emotions/feelings they can then develop and learn strategies for self-regulation. Use this product as an adjunct to any self regulation/beha
Emotional Regulation Unit includes 16 interactive worksheets for students to complete. Within this unit students learn about how to categorize their emotions into four different groups: Difficult Emotions, Relaxed Emotions, Wiggly Emotions and Slow Emotions. Students are provided with opportunities
This is an emotion, feelings and self regulation writing resource with scrambled sentence cards and no prep, cut and paste sentence building worksheets. Works well with the Zones of Regulation™. Students complete a sentence with strategies that can help them with self-regulation. Great for writing c
I created these as a way for students to recognize their feelings and find healthy and safe ways to cope. I have seen great progress in student behavior using these! I cut them out, mount with feelings are on one side and strategies on the other, hole punch the corner and put the 4 cards on a ring.
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A poster and worksheet that help students to realise that anger is the result of an underlying emotion. Naming that emotion may reduce anger and angry outbursts.
This bundle includes several activities and worksheets that can be printed sent home to meet students self-regulation goals during distance learning. Check out the full previews to see all that is included. Use these emotional regulation activities and worksheets as an adjunct to any self regulatio
Use this worksheet to introduce your client to emotional regulation strategies that classify emotions by colour. Use this sheet to review the week or day with a child or adult working on emotional regulation and emotional intelligence.
What This self reflection sheet will help students identify their feelings, choose a strategy and check feelings before returning to work. Help students self regulate by giving them strategies and tools that work! Rate me! Don't forget to rate this product by leaving feedback! Follow me!
Use this worksheet to allow students to practice using the Grounding with Your 5 Senses emotional Regulation tool to calm emotions. Print copies for the class for to practice within the classroom when this concept is taught. Print extra copies to keep in a calming corner in the classroom, the counse
Students can use this resource to identify what they feel, think, say and do when they are angry. This is designed to be a tool to understand the emotion of anger and lead to developing ways to recover from it. There are boy and girl sheets, one each in colour and black and white. Please leave a rev
This Upper Elementary Emotional Regulation Bundle includes 4 different resources. Use these resources with students in grades 3-6. Interactive worksheets, games and activities are included within this bundle. See detailed description below and view previews for additional information.1. EMOTIONAL RE
This visual aid and worksheet addresses different emotions that we may face as well as ideas for strategies and activities to engage in to help regulate those emotions.
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This is a selection of blank visual worksheets coloured in to work alongside a range of emotional regulation scales and thermometers. They can also be used alongside the 5-point scale.You can print out single sheets as they are, or you can print many and layer them up to create interactive flip book
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S.T.O.P Stop Take a breath Observe in the present moment Proceed with more space and choices*UPDATED DIGITAL VERSION! Make your own Google Slides Copy for your Drive to share the S.T.O.P strategy and TYPE answers to reflection questions!Hello! Thank you for visiting my store Keep Your Spark! I have
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This fillable PDF can be used to track student data for each class. Students can track their own or do it with an adult. This goes well with my Social Emotional Break Cards.
This excerpt from the COVID KID's Activity book is a 3-page bundle of two separate activities that can be completed together or as separate activities in a multi-day unit on understanding feelings, coping with negative emotions, empathy, and developing awareness of emotions. The Feeling Forecast is
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This is a fun worksheet for 1st to 4th grade students to identify helpful coping skills for the 4 different emotions. This will help teachers when supporting students through emotions by going back to this sheet. Along with this, the worksheet fits well with the current pandemic too... The worksheet
Help students to identify and name their emotions. Useful for check-ins.
32 emotion face cards, 12 zone colour cards, 9 feeling cards and a feelings place-mat are included in this pack! Just print the file, cut & laminate all cards. Add to the inside of a file folder with hook and loop fasteners for easy storage.To see how these are used in our classroom, visit our I

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