Some kids just feel like they cannot control their anger. In reality it is the thinking of what we call "hot thoughts" or angry thoughts, that in turn make someone get or feel angry. This is the basis behind Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Research shows that these concepts can be taught to very young children, given the appropriate language and contexts. This social story uses Spiderman and his villains to engage young children or those who are into superheroes and to explain how changing your thoughts can change the way you feel. Gives example phrases of great, short mantras students can use to begin to change their feelings when they experience an upsetting event. Great for students on the autism spectrum.