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When a child is unfriendly, they have to pick a random act of kindness. This is a great tool for redirection than disciplining and compliments the kindness tree.

Draw a maze on a large plastic bottle. Put a magnet inside and have the child use another magnet to get the inside magnet out following the maze.

Living Skills Connection: Promoting R.A.K. - Random Acts of Kindness. Beginning of Phys.Ed year, ensure students are acting with kindness by promoting RAK! Must connect with TrueSport Principles of "giving back". Great Free Resource :)

Quiet Critters - when you decide it's important for students to be quiet, pass out the quiet critters. Take them away from students who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use. cute!

101 Positive Affirmations for Students- Love these! I often like to close a session out with a self-affirmation. Fun to have a student pick one at random at the end of the session. I ADORED when my son's 3rd grade teacher let me type an affirmation for the day for the WHOLE year for the class. They started each day with that. Some teachers make such a difference!

Random Acts of Kindness - Activities ... We did this last year as a class, I think my group this year would like and be able to do this

The Privilege Jar - This is an excellent idea for rewarding extremely good behavior and reinforcing that character traits you want to develop. _ I can also imagine a Consequences Jar. Level of consequences on color coded car. When they need discipline have the child pull a consequences card in the color code that is appropriate for the action

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How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible

Making Thinking Visible - an excellent resource for promoting engagement and higher order thinking skills!

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21 Creative Consequences

21 creative consequences for disobedient children...really great!

Story Sticks: Children pick one from each pile: A place, a problem, a person, and then they write or tell a story from the sticks.

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Sensory Hacks to Calm an Angry Child

Hacks for Angry Child

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Accepting the Label

Zones of Regulation SPD or ASD