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"My Emotional Thermometer" provides teachers tools to help children recognize their own escalation cycle which can make them better able to self-manage their own behavior. Find it here: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-Emotional-Thermometer-Visual-Support-Charts-to-Assist-Emotional-Regulation-972815

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How to Read a Thermometer Printable & Practice

This is sooo easy ---> Make this Practice Thermometer with a straw and a pipe cleaner! Great way to discuss the intensity of angry feelings.

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Anger and Anxiety Thermometers

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Use as a scale for how kids are feeling, how angry or sad, etc on a scale of 1 to 10. Do this before and after talking or use as group check in check out.

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Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom: Math tools

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Feelings thermometer with coping skills

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Feelings Thermometer made from paint samples for TF-CBT therapy I created with clients. Teens used their own words as the gages and younger clients used #s.

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A Feeling Thermometer is a useful Emotional Fitness Tool. This one measures the growth of anger. A feeling clue is anything that tells you a strong feeling has come to visit you.

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The Problem Thermometer Everything can fit into 3 problems: Huge, Medium, or Small Our reactions should match the severity of the problem. We will talk together about problems and using a laminated version of this, we'll write problems in each grey area.

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Intermediate Emotions Thermometer

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Fear Thermometer - Anxiety

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