Juliette Ras
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Early Elementary Counseling Tool: What are Things I Can & Can't Control

Teaching kids how to identify what they can & can't control // Kids Learning Activity // What are Things I Can & Can't Control: Anxiety & Anger Counseling

Flower Positive Self Talk

Flower Positive Self Talk

Anger game with dice

Anger game with dice

Color Your Feelings: This activity encourages feeling identification, is quick, highly versatile and fits well with the affect regulation component of TF-CBT. • Have your client write out a list of...

Art Expression Color Your Feelings: This activity encourages feeling identification, is quick, highly versatile and fits well with the affect regulation component of TF-CBT.

Looks like a great resource for teaching mindfulness and self-awareness.  Love the "Be the pond" activity. Let it go coloring/worksheet:

Mindful Mantras for Kids - Left Brain Buddha Looks like a great resource for teaching mindfulness and self-awareness. Love the "Be the pond" activity. Let it go coloring/worksheet

Circle of Control Activities for Individual Counseling, Small Groups, and Developmental Guidance Lessons. Available Here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Control-Circle-Activity-for-Individual-Group-Counseling-Lessons-YearsUpSale-2934890

Circle of Control Activities for Individual Counseling, Small Groups, and Developmental Guidance Lessons.

Take a break spot for behavior reflection or cool down. Mirror to help child recognize emotions.  Egg timer to make sure they don't stay too long.

Take a break corner instead of clip chart. Includes reflective piece which I really like! Help kids understand their feelings/behaviors rather than embarrass. Teaching in Progress: Why I Will Never Use a Behavior Chart Again

Sensory processing difficulties.

10 Things to Never Say to a Person with Sensory Processing Disorder - Lemon Lime Adventures

The Worry Monster - great little monster who will eat away your troubles!

The worry monster who eats your troubles away! Allows kids to express what worries they have and then after talking through those worries allows the "Worry Monster" to eat up those worries!