Circle Of Control Activity For Anxiety, Self Control And Emotional Regulation

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Use this circle of control activity to help students identify the difference between things they can control and things they can't control. By learning to focus on the things in their control, students can cope with strong emotions such as anxiety and anger. This activity is great for working with students on emotional regulation in small group and classroom lessons.

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What's Included:

  • 30 scenario cards
  • An answer grid
  • An answer key
  • A poster/visual aid


Ideas For Use:

  • Anxiety lessons or groups
  • Coping skills lessons or groups
  • Emotional regulation lessons or groups
  • With students who worry frequently
  • With students who could benefit from focusing on things within their control


What People Are Saying About This Resource:

  • Tamar said "Great resource on a subject my students struggle with. They enjoyed playing the game (used in a small group). I would recommend this resource. "
  • Andrea said "I have a student with severe anxiety; using this resource has been so helpful for her!"


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