When your toddler or preschool melts down, has a tantrum, or cries for seemingly no reason, what should you do? Find out why we shouldn't punish tantrums and what we can do instead. These strategies for parenting toddlers and preschoolers are rooted in positive parenting strategies based on research. Parenting from the Heart.
Meltdown vs tantrum And everything is a no because they can't figure out how to make the overwhelmed feeling stop. Dustin does this often when he feels like we are out too much. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!
I Raise My Hand Folder Story - This folder story is a social narrative or social story that targets the behavior of raising a hand appropriately in class. Use this folder story with students who have difficulty with waiting their turn to talk.
This is an idea for an anti-bullying slogan or bulletin board display: "Spoken words can't be erased. Don't blurt what might hurt." Anti Bullying Poetry To use in conjuction with Blackout Poetry lesson
Power Cards are often used with Autistic children, but they can be helpful for all children. Power Cards are highly visual and contain short blurbs or lists of information that will help a child through various situations.
Do you need ideas for creating a fidget box for your classroom? Check out these 4 "must have" items to use for helping with attention and sensory issues. Excellent post with great ideas that are well explained!