Simple sheet that can be worked through with a pupil to help identify their strengths and the things they enjoy or feel good about. This can then be shared among staff or displayed on their workstation. Plain design with room to personalise with a self portrait.
The Incredible 5-point Scale (increase self-regulation/lessen outbursts): a method to teach social understanding and self-regulation. Students are taught to identify each level of the 5-point scale....
Look what we found! #iheartcd We can see this as a great addition to a Safe Place and part of the I Choose process in the 5 steps for self-regulation. These can be created with your grade level or children's age in mind!
This chart is very simple. You can post it on your board or on the wall in your room. It lists several coping skills (self-management, self-regulation) that you can teach to your students. They are extremely useful ways for students to calm themselves down without making noise or getting out of their seats.
"Fidgets, like squeeze balls and key chains, are self-regulation tools that promote movement and tactile input. They can be great for kids who struggle with attention, focus and sensory processing. But in my many years as a teacher and parent, I've often seen them misused."