Explosive or Peaceful Thinking for Anger Management
Students will differentiate between explosive versus peaceful ways of thinking. They will learn how to change their thoughts by looking for a compromise, thinking rationally, looking for the positive and being accountable for their own behavior. Great for students who are struggling with angry feelings.
This activity takes about 30 minutes to complete with a small or large group. The goal is for students to identify explosive versus peaceful ways of thinking to be able to change their own thinking and prevent future conflicts. Great for social and emotional learning!
►Activity description including instructions/walkthrough of activity, objectives, materials, and ASCA standards.
►5 pages of examples of Explosive and Peaceful thinking
►1 page showing all types of Explosive and Peaceful thinking
THIS resource and 8 others are included at a discounted bulk rate in the Curriculum below↴
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★ My ANGER fire; anger management; SEL; CBT; faulty beliefs; angry; temper
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