This is a bundle of my anger management toolkit https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Anger-Management-Tool-Kit-841751
and emotional regulation task cards https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Portable-Student-Emotional-Regulation-Cards-2350284
The anger management tool kit to help you teach your students appropriate ways to handle and express anger. It is designed to give you 6 CBT skills (identifying angry triggers, reducing stress, positive self talk, identifying feelings, relaxation techniques, and problem solving). It includes the following worksheets:
Anger management rating scale: includes the printable rating scale cards as well as instructions on how to make it. This is a great portable tool to give to children who have a hard time identifying how much anger they feel, who can't vocalize how mad they feel once they become angry, or who switch their anger on and off like a light switch (one min calm, the next fuming mad).
Stress Management worksheet: you can either give this sheet as homework after teaching your kid's about stress, or use it during the lesson and have them interview their classmates instead of an adult.
Positive self talk worksheet: A worksheet that has kids identify their own achievements, as well as learning about positive role models.
Feelings Journal: This can again be given as homework, or you can record feelings as a class at the end of every day. It is a good way to track and identify anger triggers.
Relaxation worksheet and homework assignment: Teach your students about breathing techniques and mental images and then have them complete these two worksheets to reinforce what they just learned.
Problem solving worksheet: Brainstorm how to problem solve and compromise when in an argument with a friend.
The emotional regulation tool kit is a set a set of task cards that can be cut out and laminated. They include:
18 Emotions that can be used to help students learn what different feelings look like(surprised, pleased, silly, excited, angry, sick, jealous, confused, tired, bored, frustrated, worried, sad, disappointed, scared, proud, embarrassed, and happy)
Calming strategies for when they are upset
An emotional rating scale
Cards with space for them to track how they feel through the day and their thoughts. I let my students write on these cards with white board markers once they are laminated.
Colour and black and white both are included
Buying these two resources bundled saves you 20%!