Do Your Students Know how to RELAX?
Students need to learn how to RELAX whenever they are frustrated. Use these posters and printables in the classroom, specialist rooms, hallways, or even in the teacher's lounge as great reminders for steps that anyone could practice. Everyone can practice coping skills and strategies to be successful in and out of the classroom.
Included are two sets of posters, worksheets, and create-a-journals for students as they learn and practice these strategies (at primary and intermediate levels).
Each letter strategy is a lesson on its’ own. You and your class can work on them one at a time or you can tackle them all at once. These are great for students for building a foundation and even to refresh and hone their skills.
How to RELAX printables
Included are printable worksheets and create-a-journals for kids to build. This includes two levels (primary and intermediate). For younger students it focuses more on drawings, for older students the worksheets ask deeper discussion questions.
pg 3-14 Poster Set (color, black and white)
pg 15-19 Full page blank RELAX pages
pg 20-22 Half page create-a-journal (primary)
pg 23-25 Half-page create-a-journal (intermediate)
pg 26-30 Full page If This, Then This (primary or intermediate)
pg 31-35 Full Page Question Pages (intermediate)
**Worksheets and journals can be used in a variety of ways that you see fit. They could be created for individual work with social workers/counselors, coping skills lessons, whole class instructions etc. The full page and half page worksheets could be used to create journals, bulletin boards, and/or correlate with school goals on social/emotional learning. No matter what way you choose your students will be learning valuable lessons that can be used across all platforms of life.
***Suggested strategies would be using real-life examples, school situations (non-specific), and proactive times when these strategies come into play.***