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Emotional regulation is not something we are born with. Here is why it is important, how it's developed and how children can learn it.
Secret Agent Wiping Away Worries Interactive Coping Skills Digital Lesson
This is an interactive, self-guided digital lesson that can be used for distance learning to teach elementary students to identify worries or anxiety & use positive coping strategies. A PowerPoint file & link to the Google Slides presentation are included. If you choose to use the Google S...
Calm Down Corner for Google Classroom
This calm down corner works with google classroom. Students assess their mood with a feelings check in. Next they choose coping skills to regulate their emotions. Be sure to keep the sound on to hear the calming sounds for each page.All ages will love this one! (including adults)More Digital Less...
According to Paul Gilbert, PhD, we have three types of emotion regulation systems – we’ve got the Threat System, the Drive System, and the Soothing System. Now when a client is stuck in a painful cycle of self-criticism and shame, it’s often because these three systems are out of balance. You see, many clients spend …
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Bring your classroom walls to life with these interactive bulletin boards that invite students to engage, respond, play, and learn in a variety of ways.
How to Trade Tantrums With Skills For Self Regulation | Parenting skills, Helping kids, Kids learnin
Are you done with the tantrums, tears and meltdowns? The Feeling Buddies for Families Toolkit gives your kids healthy self regulation skills.
Calm Down Sea: Under the Sea Coping Skill Posters for a Cool Down Spot
Send your students to the Calm Down Sea when they are in an ocean of emotions and need to take a break. This set includes the following posters: Ocean of Emotions feelings posterCalm Down Sea posterShipwrecked posterI Statement posterAll Feelings are Okay, When You Handle it the Right Way posterPro...
Your Fantastic, Elastic Brain! | Brain, Yoga for kids, Student teaching
We have been focusing lately on our brains and the way in which it controls our emotions. In particular, we've been discussing our downstairs brain and our upstairs brain. The ...
5 Steps to Teach Emotional Self-Regulation
Helping students become better at regulating their own emotions seems to be an increasing priority for educators. But how do you teach emotional regulation?
Virtual Counseling Office, Classroom, and Calming Corner
Make distance learning and counseling exciting for your students with these Virtual Counseling Rooms. We have all seen the fun, interactive Bitmoji classrooms that some teachers are creating, but it takes an enormous amount of time to design, decorate and create interactive links for just one room!T...
Hula Hoops and Zone of Regulation (Peachy Speechie)
Hula Hoops and Zone of Regulation, a post from the blog Peachy Speechie on Bloglovin’
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Are you feeling anxious? Learn how art therapy for anxiety can help you express emotions and connect with others while creating art.
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Looking for things to do with the kids from home? One super fun thing is to take Virtual Aquarium Tours To Take with the Kids!
120 Emotional Self-Regulation Ideas for Kids | Self regulation, Emotional regulation, Self regulatio
This list of 119 emotional self-regulation strategies and co-regulation strategies will help you teach your child to manage their emotions and stay calm.
Brainology: Teaching Students About Growth Mindset and the Zones of Regulation | Growth mindset, Zon
Recently, our hallway brain board got a bit of a facelift. We went from this.... to this... I have to admit, I was...