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Look what we found! #iheartcd We can see this as a great addition to a Safe Place and part of the I Choose process in the 5 steps for self-regulation. These can be created with your grade level or children's age in mind!

Look what we found! #iheartcd We can see this as a great addition to a Safe Place and part of the I Choose process in the 5 steps for self-regulation. These can be created with your grade level or children's age in mind!

Fidget Rings. Awesome idea for people who need to keep their hands busy

Fidget Rings. Awesome idea for people who need to keep their hands busy

emotions tree:  let kids pick a figure to identify with and represent their feelings

emotions tree: let kids pick a figure to identify with and represent their feelings

Pattern to make Calm Down Sandwich

Pattern to make Calm Down Sandwich

Ms. Sepp's Counselor Corner: My Mouth is a Volcano

Ms. Sepp's Counselor Corner: My Mouth is a Volcano

First day of school ideas via Mrs. Alen's 5th Grade Files - would be great for a AHG Troop meeting for the girls to get to know each other.

First day of school ideas via Mrs. Alen's 5th Grade Files - would be great for a AHG Troop meeting for the girls to get to know each other.

Calm down kit found on http://mrsjacksonskinders.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/calm-down-kit.html?spref=pi

Calm down kit found on http://mrsjacksonskinders.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/calm-down-kit.html?spref=pi

Will be doing this for my students when they can't leave their phone/ipods alone!

Will be doing this for my students when they can't leave their phone/ipods alone!

Feelings identification therapy activity: Create a board with feelings similar to this one or have the child come up with feelings on his or her own and fill them in. Present a real or imaginary situation and ask the child to put a certain amount of stones (depending on how strong those feelings were) on each of the emotions they felt or might feel, then process the experience of having co-existing emotions.

Feelings identification therapy activity: Create a board with feelings similar to this one or have the child come up with feelings on his or her own and fill them in. Present a real or imaginary situation and ask the child to put a certain amount of stones (depending on how strong those feelings were) on each of the emotions they felt or might feel, then process the experience of having co-existing emotions.