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CALMING CADDY! Items to include: stress ball, Play Doh, squishy balls...to squeeze out anger. Crayons and spiral tablet...to write down feelings or draw. A calming jar...to relax. A small stuffed toy...for comfort. Visual cue cards...for deep breathing technique, keep hands and feet to self, count to 10, take to an adult. Make available for clients to choose to use when needed.

Help your child manage their stress by making homemade stress balls.

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Calm Down Yoga Routine for Kids: Printable

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CALMING CADDY: Items to include: stress ball, Play Doh, squishy balls...to squeeze out anger. Crayons and spiral tablet...to write down feelings or draw. A calming jar...to relax. A small stuffed toy...for comfort. Visual cue cards...for deep breathing technique, keep hands and feet to self, count to 10, talk to an adult.

Stress Ball Balloons or For Pre-school Play. Make these playdough-filled balloons for improving fine motor skills and discussing emotions or including in your "Calm Down Kit." -tkz

She is a teacher and has so many ideas to help with classroom needs. Meeting Sensory Needs Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

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Sensory Break Ideas for Kids

40-sensory-break-ideas-for-kids. When your student know they are getting several breaks during the day to MOVE, they'll perform and behave better.

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