Anger Management Activities for Kids
Products in this Bundle (3)
This bundles includes 3 of my best selling anger management crafts for first grade, second grade, and third grade. A flipbook, pinwheel craft, and a take home brochure complete this bundle.
Managing anger is easy with this anger management activity to help kids get back on track and ready to learn. Students will love learning how to recognize when they are starting to get angry, and begin using coping skills to return back to a calm state of mind. They complete a four tab flipbook and choose from the 10 unique anger tips bookmarks. There are also two full color anger posters to hang in your classroom, office or hallway. Great for social skills groups, lifeskills lessons for special education teachers, or individual counseling sessions.
Editable flipbook included. (option to change any and all text)
Uses only one sheet of paper per student!!!
4 tab anger management flipbook
10 anger tips bookmarks
2 colorful wall posters
This can be used as a takeaway when a student is referred to the counseling office for aggression or acting out in class. It can also be given to parents and teachers to use as needed to help their kids. Special education teachers, specialists, principals and parents will find these to be a great support to their existing cool down coping tools for students.
The following tools are packed into this brochure:
Angry Breathing technique
Self Talk Practice
Calm Down Ideas
Identifying Physical and Mental feelings during an angry episode
What makes me mad? (triggers)
Students can practice emotional regulation and anger management techniques with these Zenwheels. This pinwheel craft includes mindfulness elements such as mindful coloring, tips for practicing mindfulness, and craft making. Students will choose a zen wheel to decorate, along with the fan to place on top. Brads will be needed to attach the pieces.
1 "Blow Away Anger" fan
5 ZenWheel designs
4 colorful posters with mindfulness quotes
I can walk away or take deep breaths when I feel my body getting angry.
I know my anger triggers. I can be ready with calming tools.
I can make a list of things that make me happy & calm.
I understand that anger doesn’t define me. I’m in charge of my emotions.
I can use a journal to write down my blessings and think of new ones daily.