Circle Of Control Google Slides Game For Anxiety And Emotional Regulation

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Do your students worry or get upset about things that are outside of their control? Use this no prep circle of control Google Slides game to help them 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 game is a great way to incorporate technology into your counseling lessons, or to keep your lessons engaging without contact.

If you are looking for a printable version of this activity, check out this Circle Of Control Scoot Game!

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What's Included:

  • 30 editable question slides to encourage students to consider what is in their control and what is out of their control
  • A correct answer slide with an explanation for each question
  • An incorrect answer slide with an explanation for each question

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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:

  • Dina said "Great activity to explain the concept of control."
  • Candace said "Love this resource! Provides excellent visuals & content to clearly explain what is within our control & what is not. I will use this over & over again."


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