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The Home Teacher: Don't Be An ANGRY BIRD: Lessons on Anger Management for Kids --- classroom rules posters??
Don't Be An Angry Bird: Free Printables Great idea! Uses angry birds to teach anger management, there is a link to the lesson also.
way to add social skills to the unit- Don't be an Angry Bird- lesson on anger management for kids
Don’t Be An ANGRY BIRD: Lessons on Anger Management for Kids - . Maybe it’s all the hours spent shooting birds at stinky little pigs, but there is connections between the Angry Bird game and my own little angry “chick”. The angry faces, the lashing out at others, etc. a big emotion for a small child to control. So the idea was to use the Angry Birds for teaching anger management! And so far, she understands the inappropriate ways of expressing anger as well as strategies to help calm her down.
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newest printables for the angry bird/anger management lessons for kids
"Don't Be An Angry Bird" Printables. this is the best and free .... great for teachers, therapist or moms dealing with behavior problems. I love it !!
Don't be an Angry Bird! Printable worksheets to talk about consequences of anger as well as coping skills. - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
Your students can practice their writing skills by using adjective to describe their favorite Angry Birds characters....
A FREE creative writing packet where students must create their own NEW type of angry bird using craft materials, construction paper and an empty t...
This could be incorporated into social skills, great to set first day expectations.
Angry Birds page design created in Photoshop and Illustrator was a fun project to create
Add rainbow colors each time a child is caught being good. At the end of the week if the child earns all the colors, they get a prize. Great for PBIS positive reinforcement.
Angry Birds Project - Parabolas I don't even teach math, but this is awesome!
Use with the No David! books
This could be super cool in my K-5 music classroom...but how can I do it without having to make one for each class or change out clothespins every 45 minutes? Grr.