Beth Ebel-Ruocco

Beth Ebel-Ruocco

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anger management for elementary students

anger management for elementary students

Activities to help students identify anger, learn their anger triggers and develop coping skills.

Anger management a ctivities to help students identify anger, learn their anger triggers and develop coping skills.

Anger is exactly like an iceberg – it has so many other hidden emotions below the surface. Next time, stop for a moment and try to identify what you’re feeling underneath the anger. If we can identify what we’re feeling that’s triggering anger, it can help us better manage our anger and keep us from saying or behaving in a way we’ll later regret. For more on Anger Management, visit our blog at www.GuyStuffCounseling.com

The Gottman Institute the anger iceberg talking of anger as a secondary emotion

Empathy In A (Shoe) Box: students come to front of the room and choose a shoebox. The chosen student must take off his or her own shoes and put on the shoes from the box. A written scenario is glued to the inside top of the box and read out loud by the teacher or the student. The chosen student answers the questions and a class dialogue about empathy begins.

Empathy In A (Shoe) Box - Teach your caring classroom kiddos to walk in one another's shoes {literally and figuratively} with this shoebox activity. lots of ways to use the shoe box. walk in my shoes idea.

Playing with Mr. Potato Head has always been fun, but with this FREE printable 5 Senses Game it can be educational too! Kids can build a silly looking Mr. P

Learning About the 5 Senses Potato Head Game and Free Printable - Learning about the 5 Senses with Mr. Potato Heads plus free printable. Fun learning activity for preschool kids.

Help preschoolers learn about friendship and sharing with this fun activity inspired by Should I Share My Ice Cream? Perfect for a preschool class activity on friendship & sharing, a playdate, or even for siblings who are learning to share. So easy to set up and super fun!

Help preschoolers learn about friendship and sharing with this fun activity inspired by Should I Share My Ice Cream? Perfect for a preschool class activity on friendship & sharing, a playdate, or even for siblings who are learning to share.

The sensory aspect of this lesson—sandpaper and cotton balls—really hits the mark! Social skills including empathy and kindness, which are not intuitive for all preschoolers, are effectively reinforced.

Do you need a hands-on, sensory lesson to teach about kind words? Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and even older kids! Also part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids!