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This activity teaches kids how to identify whether something is within their control or not, which can be useful for kids with anxiety, anger, lack of focus, motivation, or other social & emotional concerns. There are 3 separate sets of instructions for individual counseling, small groups, and
This counseling tool teaches adolescents how to identify things that are within their control or that are outside of their control. This can help students with anxiety, self-control, anger, and issues with accepting personal responsibility. This packet of posters, a worksheet, and task cards will pr
This counseling tool teaches upper elementary students how to identify things that are within their control or that are outside of their control. This can help students with anxiety, self-control, anger, and issues with accepting personal responsibility. This packet of a poster, a worksheet, and two
This product will assist students to understand the importance of flexible thinking and understanding things in their control and not in their control. This product was created to be used with a large or small group, but could also be used with individual students. Please check out the preview to s
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This digital activity will help students reduce stress and anxiety by helping them shift their focus away from situations that they cannot control or avoid. By understanding where they have the ability to make an impact, students can better focus their efforts, lower stress, and anxiety, and elimina
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This lesson and activity is based on the circle of control, practicing the concept of what I can and can't control! Students sort and discuss 75 relatable scenarios (with 5 blank to customize!) onto a sorting mat with balloons. The mat references the idea of "letting go" the things that cannot be
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Use or send this counseling digital activity to students to help them understand and practice what I can and can't control! This Google Slides (TM) lesson includes 3 sections, meant to be broken up across 3 20 minute sessions, focusing on a remote control theme.  Students will identify what can and
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Use this circle of control activity to help students understand and practice the idea of what I can and can't control - with a magic theme! This resource includes printable and digital versions and can be used individually, in a group, or as a classroom lesson.  Students will sort, discuss, and rev
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This product will assist students to understand the importance of flexible thinking and understanding things in their control and not in their control. This product was created to be used with a large or small group, but could also be used with individual students. Please check out the preview to s
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This is a simple digital activity I created to help students with anxiety surrounding Covid-19. I used this activity with students via Google Meet as a way to discuss focusing on what we can control vs. worrying a lot about things we cannot control. You drag the items to sort them into "Things I can
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This product will assist students to understand the importance of flexible thinking and understanding things in their control and not in their control. This product was created to be used with a large or small group, but could also be used with individual students. Please check out the preview to s
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It is important for students to understand that they cannot control every situation in their life.  What Can I Control? board game is a small group activity that helps students determine what they can and cannot control, which will allow them to become more effective individuals.This resource includ
Activity to empower students, or staff members, to recognize what they can control in difficult or anxiety producing situations. When someone identifies what they can control, and chooses to utilize that control in a positive way, it can decrease anxiety and stress.
This activity will help students understand what they can and can’t control and provide them with a visual reminder. Students will create a list of things that are in their control and another list of things that are out of their control. With assistance, they will develop a list of coping strategi
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This workshop is important because it teaches students how to identify whether something is within their control or not, which can be useful for kids with anxiety, anger, lack of focus, motivation, or other social & emotional concerns.Learners will…Identify and reflect on what they have control
Use this simple double sided worksheet to help students to better understand what they can control in their lives as well as how the actions they are accountable and responsible for may affect other areas of their lives.
What I Can/Cannot Control? Bulletin Board Kit I Statement Bulletin Boards! WHAT IT IS: This bulletin board kit gives the teacher an opportunity to display knowledge that students have gained from learning about what “control” means, understand what they can control,  and what they can’t c
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Distance learning is a new experience for most of us. This resource is for educators who need a reminder of those things that are in their control and those things that aren't.
worksheet for students to examine and list things in their lives that are inside their control and out of their control
This activity can help students, or staff members, of a Christian school recognize that while there are parts of every situation that they cannot control, there are always parts that they can control. Focus is on empowering students to utilize the control that they do have in a positive and helpful
Posters the highlight the things that students can control, and the things they cannot control. Posters in 8.5 x 11 and 11 x 17 poster sizes, and in many colours.Bundle includes Rainbow, Ombre, Burgundy, Green, Blue etc...16 total posters.
Social-emotional learning (SEL) worksheet. Have a discussion about control, what is in our control, and what is not, then have kids fill out this worksheet. Afterwards go over the sheet, and see what the students were able to add
Middle school/high school is tough, and I am constantly finding my students getting deeply upset and angered about things that are completely out of their control. That's why I integrated this "mini lesson" into my curriculum. I usually start out by drawing a circle on the board and then starting a
A poster meant to remind yourselves your true power.

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