Make a bag full of feelings words, have students draw one, then spin this spinner and do the resulting activity.
Art Therapy: Sharing Directives: Emotions Color Wheel
Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!: Wheel of choices
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! Problem Solving Wheel, Problem Solving Skills, Classroom, Idea, School, Children Problem Solving, Solving Social Problems, Counsel, Kid
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Provide your client with the paper plate, cut it up like a pie (don't really cut, but have them quarter it with a marker/pencil what have you). Have them fill in the coping skills of their choice (from the brainstorming) in all the open spots. Make the arrow and stick it on. Now have them give it a whirl! Guess what you can do now? You're right! PRACTICE how they can utilize this tool in the future!! Group Therapy Activities, Group Skills, Therapy Ideas Social Work, Group Counseling Activities, Coping Skills Activities, Social Skills Group Therapy, School Counseling Groups, Cope Skill, Coping Activities
Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!: Spin Right 'Round...
The Helpful Counselor: Anger Management - Anger Gage
Wheel of Feelings made from a drink carrier. Clever!
Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!
I Have Feelings