Free Interactive Printable Emotions Face activity with prompts and scenarios. GREAT for use at home, in the classroom, in therapy, with children who have autism or social skills deficits and more! My kids would have a blast with these interactive faces!
For quiet play time and perhaps to take along to church, or to a function, etc. Use cut-up Dollar Store sponges as blocks during quiet playtime. Takes better fine motor skills to arrange and balance delicate sponges.
I really love the idea of a calm-down station. Teaching emotional self-regulation is a win for everyone.
Behavior management tool: Use an old Kleenex box and cover it with duck tape. Need cotton balls When a student needs to calm down, they dump them out and count them as they put it back in box until they calm down!