Use these social scenarios and situations task cards to help kids learn how to solve real problems! These are ideal for kids who struggle with making good decisions or get "stuck" in their thinking. So helpful for kids with autism, ADHD, and other social challenges.
FREE coping strategies notebook resources for anger, anxiety, depression, and more. I would use this in the classroom for students who have emotional disturbances and need to learn coping strategies to avoid behavior problems.
Anger Bookmarks: Laminate and cut out this bookmark for children who need help remembering anger control techniques. Each technique should first be discussed and practiced either in an individual counseling session or in a group.
What Can I Control? A Simple Visual Activity for School Counseling: elementary school counseling activity or middle school counseling activity to discuss what we can and cannot control! This is a great activity for small group counseling or individual cou
Two activities to help students learn positive coping skills to help with anger management. Students differentiate between good and bad coping skills, and have a chance to list their own! This resource is part of an anger
These free feelings worksheets are a great way to teach your students about the feelings of happiness, anger and sadness. For each worksheet, students will write about what the feelings look like, what makes them feel that way, what they mean, and how to cope with the feelings. Click through to get the free worksheets!