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Anger Activities for Kids

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This volcano/treasure hunting-themed game contains 150 cards to increase skills for students $

Escape from Anger Volcano Counseling Game

The Anger Hub- love this!


Identifying Emotional Triggers via Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs. I use the volcano analogy a lot.

Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs

Identify Anger Triggers

Free Anger Worksheets

Describing Your Feeling- Printable Guided Imagery Worksheet | Kim's Counseling Corner

How to Be Angry is a complete social-emotional curriculum that provides step-by-step guidelines for educators, counselors, social workers, youth care professionals, and parents to help small groups of kids develop specific anger management and assertive emotional expression skills.

Anger Strategies Foldable- savvyschoolcounse...

8 Great Anger Management Strategies | Savvy School Counselor

Anger activity

Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!: A Case of The Mondays...

Oppositional Defiant Disorder: site with pdf downloads for classroom and home strategies, fact sheets, booklet Free!

Oppositional Defiant Disorder | StudentsFIRST

Anger Management Group Activities

12 Ways to Manage Anger | Savvy School Counselor

21 creative consequences for disobedient children- Some of these are AWESOME and some are just plain HILARIOUS - but likely effective!

21 Creative Consequences

When I'm in the red/yellow zone I can...

The Lower Elementary Cottage

Anger management activity from Seeing Red: An Anger Management and Peacemaking Curriculum for Kids. Pinned from the Elementary School Counselors Blog. Center Point is more than happy to come into your elementary school and facilitate Seeing Red if you are in the Hall County, or Gainesville City School systems.

Elementary School Counselor's Blog: My Anger Mask

Anger Management for Children: Using Self-Talking to Defuse Angry Feelings

Awesome idea!!! "I created a "Safe Spot" out of a new garbage can. I used Clifford bone material to decorate it and pillows to make it more comfortable. Students can go to the "Safe Spot" to calm down, have some alone time, or just chill out with a book. I have a basket of materials for students to use, as well as visuals of stress buster strategies."