This resource includes 10 firefighter themed anger management activities. These activities will help students learn about recognizing anger, anger triggers, and coping skills, as well as help them set and meet anger management goals. Great for individual, small group and classroom counseling sessions!
Included are the following activities:
Anger Management Task Cards
: 24 task cards to help students understand how to avoid anger triggers, how to calm down, and how to use positive self talk using real life scenarios.
Anger Management Posters
: 4 posters to help remind students of anger management techniques. Includes a poster for: recognizing warning signs, identifying triggers, using coping skills and 3 steps to control your anger.
Anger Management Foldable
: This foldable prompts students to consider their anger warning signs, triggers, coping skills, and people who can help!
Coping Skills Cards
: 16 coping skills cards to help students identify positive ways they can put out their anger. Cards can be used for a matching game, or put on a key ring for a visual reminder!
“I Can Put Out My Anger!” Reinforcement Cards
: Goal setting cards to help students set and reach anger management goals.
Anger Management Puzzles
: 12 puzzles to help students learn to cope with their anger in healthy ways. Students will look at a problem scenario and have to decide which coping skill piece would best solve the problem.
“My Anger Levels” Book
: A booklet to help students consider how they experience five levels of anger. Each page includes a description of the level, a place to record what causes them to experience that level of anger, and what their warning signs are for that level of anger.
Anger Warning Sign And Trigger Sort
: Students will look at 18 anger triggers and 18 warning signs, and decide which level of anger they experience them at. Students will place the cards under the appropriate level heading card.
Putting Out Negative Self Talk Cut And Paste
: In this activity, students will look at negative self talk statements and then choose which positive self talk statement they could use instead. This will help students to learn to put out their anger using positive self talk.
Anger Management Worksheets
: 3 worksheets to help enforce anger management strategies. One worksheet to help student understand their anger warning sign, one worksheet to help students identify anger triggers, and one worksheet to help students understand coping skills.
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