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Anger management activities

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Throughout my years teaching middle school, I have had the experience of seeing many "work refusals". These are the situations when kids, for a variety of reasons, just refuse to start the work you give them. They might shut down and rest their head on their desk or lash out in anger, shouting about

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Whenever you start to get angry, your body sends you warning signs. It is important to pay attention to these signs so that you know when to start using a coping skill. Color in the body warning signs that happen for you! Spanish Version Included with Download (pg. 2)! Cada vez que comienzas a enojarte, tu cuerpo te envía señales de advertencia. Es importante prestar atención a estos signos para saber cuándo comenzar a usar una habilidad de afrontamiento. ¡Colorea las señales de…

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Use this worksheet to explore and discuss a recent anger episode! Spanish Version Included with Download (pg. 2)! ¡Use esta hoja de trabajo para explorar y discutir un episodio reciente de ira!

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Small group counseling lesson to help students understand their anger better by using an anger thermometer or scale. The resource includes scaffolded anger management activities that anger comes in different intensities. The activities use a weather metaphor to engage students and give them a vocabulary for their anger and the intensity of anger. This resource has a facilitator guide, anger lesson, group activities, independent student activity, and exit slips. What You Get Facilitator Guide…

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This is a great small group lesson for anger management. It helps students understand what triggers their anger. It takes students through scaffolded activities that support their awareness of the types of events that make them angry and provide them with examples of those events to promote discussion. The activities use a weather metaphor to engage students. Perfect for 2nd and 3rd grade and with individual or small groups. Can be modified for the first and fourth grade.This product…

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Therapy GamesCreative Ways to Turn Popular Games Into Activities That Build: Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication Skills, Anger Management, Self-Discovery and Coping Skills by Alanna Jones Therapy Games teaches clinicians and parents how to modify common games like Apples to Apples®, Jenga®, Taboo®,Monopoly®, and many more into exciting therapeutic resources. With 102 game options, this creative book transforms playtime into an educational experience. Great for one-on-one therapy or large…

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