Coping skills task cards help give students the strategies needed to calm down when faced with anxiety, anger, stress or any other difficult feeling or emotion. Coping skills task cards are also great for students who just need coping skills in general. The strategies can be printed on card-stock, cut, hole punched and placed on a ring or stapled in to a mini-book for students to be able to choose what works best for them when needed. Additionally you can cut the strategies and create a cute coping skills bulletin board.
Included in this resource is:
♥︎ 40 strategies (which are approximately a quarter of a sheet of paper in size, when printed)
Talk To Someone
Take A Deep Breath
Try To Clear Your Mind
Use Positive Self-Talk
Play A Game
Go For A Run
Listen To Music
Read A Book
Do A Puzzle
Play A Game On The Computer
Imagine You Are Some Place Calming
Drink Some Water
Splash Some Water On Your Face
Take a Nap
Pet A Friendly Pet
Write How You Feel
Draw How You Feel
Use A Glitter Jar To Help Your Thoughts Float Away
Jump 5 Times
Pretend You Can Fly Away (from what is bothering you)
Tell Yourself: “It doesn’t bug me.”
Bounce A Ball
Spend Some Time Outside (with adult permission)
♥︎A cover page for students to make their own calming strategies book.
♥︎One blank sheet of 4 cards to allow you to customize a coping strategy for your student(s).
♥︎Big Deal /Medium/ Little Deal posters. (These posters are also included in my Size of the Problem Cards and Posters
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