Dealing With Frustration

Dealing With Frustration
Dealing With Frustration
Dealing With Frustration
Dealing With Frustration
Dealing With Frustration
Dealing With Frustration
Dealing With Frustration
Dealing With Frustration
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Dealing With Frustration is a struggle... especially for those with social language/pragmatic difficulties. Often, these students struggle with knowing and practicing the right words to say that can eliminate or reduce frustration or even knowing how to de-escalate. Page one is similar to a social story to explain what "No Big Deal" means and things to do instead of getting upset. Page two and three is an activity to helps compare/contrast things that are a big deal with things that are not a big deal. The fourth page is cut out "reminders" with words students can use when frustrated to help take away frustration. This is great to share with all service providers and parents as a way to build common language to be used with students when dealing with frustration.
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