Tips for Calming the Angry Child: Why it's ok to be upset, and how we can help our kids learn to calm themselves anywhere!
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Responding to Escalating Behavior with a Coordinated Team Response Understand the escalating behavior cycle and create responsive plans that are effective and efficient. Avoid problem behaviors in the classroom, student meltdowns, and chronic disruptions. https://confidentcounselors.com/2018/01/11/de-escalation-strategies/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Confident%20Counselors&utm_content=Responding%20to%20Escalating%20Behavior%20with%20a%20Coordinated%20Team%
Many of us tend to be perfectionist, which can often get in the way of moving on, recovery or simply learning new things. Here are 12 steps that will help let go of this habit. (Apologies for such a busy visual - but the core messages are valid & helpful)
Art Therapy for Groups - Guided Imagery, Visualization, Painting - The Art of Emotional Healing
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17 Zones of Regulation Activities | Trying to teach self-regulation in the classroom or at home? These ideas, lesson plans, worksheets, games, and activities teach kids self-control and self-discipline while also helping them practice their social skills. Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school, NT kids and children with autism and other special needs, these activities are great for parents and teachers alike! #selfregulation #selfregulationactivities #zonesofregulation
Check out these free printable quotes for some encouragement to keep up that growth mindset! - Tap the link now to Learn how I made it to 1 million in sales in 5 months with e-commerce! I'll give you the 3 advertising phases I did to make it for FREE!
I am going to start with one per night to ask just before we pray together at bedtime. I look forward to this! Since we don't watch Disney movies, I will just ask "movie". Although I have considered letting them watch Toy Story again.