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This lap book is designed to help students learn how to remain calm and appropriately express frustration with others. Students review what "calm" looks, sounds, and feels like, review a sample conversation, discuss frustration situations and how to handle them, review calming strategies to use befo
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Are you looking for a completely paperless and totally engaging activity before winter break? This Polar Express Escape Room will take your students on a great adventure as they answer questions about the book and complete challenges to unlock digital codes. They will need to hurry! The train is b
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Stories are a great way to teach important skills to children who are struggling to understand a particular social concept such as handling frustration.Social skills stories use clear, concise language to break down information into small, explicit steps that help children understand what they shoul
This story is part of a conversation skills mega bundle. Find it here. If you are looking for a story that teaches the kids how to recognize and express emotions, you have the option of looking into these stories:"When I Don't Know How I Feel" and "I Can Read Your Face".This story addresses the emot
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This product includes a social story about frustration, a worksheet, and a role play script in both English and traditional Chinese. It may be easier for your child to understand if their first language is Chinese. The social story introduces different social emotion zones and specifically targets t
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This product includes a social story about frustration, a worksheet, and a role play script. The social story introduces different social emotion zones and specifically targets the frustration emotion. The social story will help children understand when they feel frustrated, their posture or facial
Have frustrated students? Have students that can't tell you exactly what happened when an incident occurred? These frustration to solution cards are perfect for students to use when they are frustrated and need some help telling you what happened. The icons and text walk students through retelling a
The teacher or students pick a new emotion or feeling to focus on every few days. Students can either take a picture of their face expressing the emotion, find a picture of something that expresses this emotions, or draw their own picture (on a copy of the extension page 3) that expresses this emoti
When parents express frustration and a need to prod, nag or yell, it's often at one of three key times of the day: getting to school, getting home from school, and going to bed. These key transition times can often make up most of a child's waking hours with their parents during a typical school we
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Teaching children with language impairments to express the words, “yes” and “no” can sometimes be a challenge in speech therapy. It is important to accurately answer “yes” and “no” questions in order to reduce communications frustration for children with special needs such as autism and other develo
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Teaching children with language impairments to express the words, “yes” and “no” can sometimes be a challenge in speech therapy. It is important to accurately answer “yes” and “no” questions in order to reduce communications frustration for children with special needs such as autism and other develo
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Teaching children with language impairments to express the words, “yes” and “no” can sometimes be a challenge in speech therapy. It is important to accurately answer “yes” and “no” questions in order to reduce communications frustration for children with special needs such as autism and other develo
Students have a hard time understanding and expressing what's their needs and/or frustrations. This packet contains visuals that can be used with young students as well as older students, as the options on each page vary. The verbiage is simple, and there are color and black and white pictures to ac
Great Visual for students that struggle with expressing their frustrations!
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Do your students struggle to identify and express empathy? This resource contains no prep worksheets with scenarios that focus on teaching empathy and complex emotions. Your students will practice the skills they learned in structured activities, so that they can understand these complex concepts! *
Teaching boys about identifying feelings, managing and expressing emotions? Here are the first three stories starring boys from the Dealing-With-Feelings Series:When I feel sad - a Dealing With Feelings storybook lesson (starring boys)When I feel angry - a Dealing With Feelings storybook lesson (sta
Teaching girls about identifying feelings, managing and expressing emotions? Here are the first three stories starring girls from the Dealing-With-Feelings Series:When I feel sad - Dealing With Feelings storybook lesson (starring girls)When I feel angry - a Dealing With Feelings storybook lesson (st
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The modern world is all about how people express their ideas, frustrations, even hate, and how other deal with that information. How people identify as nations, groups, or the causes they throw their support behind is extremely important to ones identity. Explore the overarching topic of Identity t
Some non-verbal children find it difficult to express their wants or needs encountered in the classroom environment. This activity was created to help students communicate and have some control in their surroundings, and to assist with social relationships among peers and adults. As communicati
Cue cards for children with Autism to use to express confusion or frustration when provided a difficult task.
This workbook has been developed to support you to express yourself openly, identify a range of feeling states and enhance your ability to emotionally regulate.It can be really hard to talk about emotions and even harder to manage some of the most difficult and overwhelming ones. This workbook can h
This workbook has been developed to support you to express yourself openly, identify a range of feeling states and enhance your ability to emotionally regulate.It can be really hard to talk about emotions and even harder to manage some of the most difficult and overwhelming ones. This workbook can h
If your kiddos are anything like mine, behaviors and frustrations increase when they're sick. But, they also have trouble expressing what hurts and where. I created this sick choice board to help my students communicate their pain so we can help them! Print on card stock, laminate, velcro individu
Self-portraiture is a fantastic way for students to express their feelings and emotions in a safe, productive way! Use the “Grouchy Self-Portraits” PowerPoint as an art history lecture to introduce students to the concept of creating self-portraits as a way to share feeling of frustration. Students

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