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“I Can Keep My Body Calm” is a story targeted to students who demonstrate verbal and physical aggression. Written at a first grade level, the story breaks down for them the discrete steps required to keep a calm body and can be adapted for use with younger and older children. It includes an anchor chart as well as worksheets for reviewing and reinforcing the concept. 4.00

Ideas for Helping Children to Make and Keep Friends in Your Classroom. Includes a free set of friendship cards

This FREEBIE, “Sometimes I Feel Green” introduces the concept of behavioral escalation to younger students to help them become better able to recognize, identify and manage their emotions.

Free anger management unit with printable workbook - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

($) This monster themed resource is great for managing behaviors! Use the punch cards to track progress and support behavior plans. This resource inclu...

Great books to help kids deal with #anger

"Spin-Doctor Parenting": Books That Help Kids Deal with Anger

Social Skills MEGA Pack Worksheets, Programme and Posters - PDF file244 pages of social skills/behavior management resources. The best of Clever Classroom's social skills resources plus some new ones, all in one MEGA Pack! Follow our store as we have even more MEGA pack on the way! 39 files have been combined to form one large file with the following resources:

Respect is an important social skill for students to learn to enable successful relationships at school, at home, and in the community. Included ar...

{Bucket Fillers!} FREEBIE! Great books to read to reinforce positive expectations in the classroom!

just found this entire website called: 'kids of integrity' that has TONS of ideas, resources, and lesson plans for building your child's character!!! definitely starting this ASAP!

Find all of our FREE printables (plus our Anger Toolbox for Kids...and more) on this page!

An egg-cellent way to teach social-emotional skills! #feelings #ece #preschool #earlyed To make it easier for YOUNG children, put pictures of the feelings face in the egg along with the written feeling!

Helping kids deal with #feelings is just as important as helping them learn how to safely cross the street.