To teach students one way to manage their anger,use this puzzle, I Can Feel Anger in my Body, to unscramble and identify the different body parts and how they react when a person is getting angry. When students recognize their body giving them clues that they are getting angry, they can then implement strategies to calm down.
As the students tell me how their bodies react, I illustrate it on the Smart Board. Kids may say their heart beats fast, they feel like they have butterflies in their stomach, the hair on their arms stands up, their fists clinch, their face gets hot, their ears can't hear anything, their nose is breathing heavy, etc.
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