Tips for Calming the Angry Child PLUS 8 Calming Tools to do ANYWHERE - Views From a Step Stool 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!
When children play we often just think they're having fun, but research has shown that the benefits of play extend far beyond that in early childhood. Such a key resource in understanding the effects and benefits of play on early childhood development.
One teacher said, I do this in my gradebook - I get out some markers and color in whatever colors my students ended the day on. I use this to determine their citizenship "grades" for each report card. This one is CUTER, though!
Teachers: the Hang-Ups Family Organizer is perfect to use in the classroom! It's easier to place the extras in the folder and reduce clutter on my desk. I also pinned a link to creating this type of hanging file using duck tape. For absent/missing work
Sensory Wall: You can make your own sensory wall using anything you have lying around the house: buttons, fabrics, sponges, bubble wrap. use your imagination! Anything at all can take your child on a sensory journey!
Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display! School counselors - could make it a great lesson on diversity & add stones to our school garden