HIIT for Kids - Improve Emotional Regulation In Just 7 Minutes Per Day
This 7 minute animal themed HIIT workout for kids improves emotional regulation and reduces meltdowns. Loved by OTs, teachers, and parents alike!
Self-Regulation Counseling Group + Digital Version for Distance Learning
This school counseling self-regulation group teaches students self-regulation coping strategies through engaging and fun activities! This self-regulation group helps students understand the size of their problem and the tools needed to manage their emotions. This resource would be a great complement...
Phrases for Promoting a Growth Mindset in Perfectionist Children
"I know I won't able to do that." "I'm not even going to try." "I always mess up on that." These kinds of phrases can be a punch in the gut for a parent to
What is a meltdown?
We just had our dinner and decided to head to the ATM machine to draw out cash. My son spoke out and said that he wanted to help me to insert the ATM card and take out the cash. There was a long qu…
Feelings Poster for Kids Part of Self-Regulation Coping Skills & Mindfulness Activities Resource
TRAUMA INFORMED CLASSROOM and MINDFULNESS RESOURCEThis Feelings Check-In and Coping Tools Interactive Choice Board is an easy to use self-regulation calming strategies resource for your classroom or counseling office Calm Down Corner and Take a Break Spot. Designed for trauma sensitive classrooms, ...
15 Mindfulness and Relaxation Apps for Kids with Anxiety
This list of 15 Apps for Kids with Anxiety has done wonders for helping us navigate the negative thinking, difficult social situations, and anxiety.
A Feelings Thermometer is the Ultimate Counseling Tool | Social Emotional Workshop
Feelings thermometers are the perfect counseling tool. They are reusable and research-based. They should be the workhourse of a school counselor's office.
7 Ways to Encourage Your Child to Try New Things
Fear is a common response to new challenges or experiences. These situations make children feel uncertain, vulnerable, powerless, and anxious. They strip away a child’s sense of security and control. As a result, many children avoid the unfamiliar. They prefer not to risk attempting something new, leading to missed opportunities and setting a negative pattern that can persist into adult life.
Infographic: 12 Ways to Help Kids Calm Down | Special Mom Advocate
Related Bonnie LandauBonnie Landau is a special education advocate and educational consultant in Ventura County, California. Her goal is to help parents find strategies and solutions to help their children succeed in school and in life. Bonnie is the author of Special Ed Mom Survival Guide: How to Prevail in the Special Education Process and …
Worry Workbook: Worry Management Journal
Worry Management Workbook - Help your students explore what worry is, how worry affects the brain, the physical experience of worry, and effective strategies for dealing with worry at school and at home. This workbook is perfect for individual counseling or small group counseling and now includes a digital version of the workbook that works with Google Slides TM. What's included in the workbook: Psychoeducation Self-checks Worry trackers Case study examples Practice exercises Calming…