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The Positive Classroom: challenging behavior-despite some of the happy-joy-joy ideas, it's still worth a read. I like the examples of how to address behaviors positively and calmly, and gives a closer view of some of the psychology behind it.  Worth more than an entire semester of my Ed. Psych. class.

The Positive Classroom: challenging behavior-despite some of the happy-joy-joy ideas, it's still worth a read. I like the examples of how to address behaviors positively and calmly, and gives a closer view of some of the psychology behind it. Worth more than an entire semester of my Ed. Psych. class.

75 things that cause kids to be angry.  An important step in dealing with anger, be it from divorce or something else, is trying to figure out where it originates from.

75 Causes of Anger in Children

75 things that cause kids to be angry. An important step in dealing with anger, be it from divorce or something else, is trying to figure out where it originates from.

Create an Anti-Anxiety Kit for Your Child - includes free printable relaxation prompt cards> Could be useful when children are misbehaving from feeling frustrated, angry or stressed. Guide them to the stress kit and invite them to come back after they've completed one of the activities.

Create Your Own Anti-Anxiety Kit for Children

Create an Anti-Anxiety Kit for Your Child - includes free printable relaxation prompt cards> Could be useful when children are misbehaving from feeling frustrated, angry or stressed. Guide them to the stress kit and invite them to come back after they've completed one of the activities.

One simple (and deliciously fun!) way to help children recognize and practice self control is The Marshmallow Test.

One simple (and deliciously fun!) way to help children recognize and practice self control is The Marshmallow Test.

Thumbs Up! Thumbs Down! Jar Each child drew a slip of paper and then we decided “thumbs up” or “thumbs down”.  I’m trying to reinforce good manners, the rules, and using better words, etc.

Thumbs Up! Thumbs Down! Jar

Thumbs Up! Thumbs Down! Jar Each child drew a slip of paper and then we decided “thumbs up” or “thumbs down”. I’m trying to reinforce good manners, the rules, and using better words, etc.

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