Top 50 THINGS I CAN CONTROL Fortune Tellers: School Counseling Lesson & Game
What kid do you know who doesn't love a good old fashioned fortune teller? This paper craft game will not only have your students begging to play more, but will also help them step into their power as they identify and reflect on what's in their control, the kind of choices they can make, and the st...
Circle Of Control Activity For Anxiety, Self Control And Emotional Regulation
Use this circle of control activity to help students identify the difference between things they can control and things they can't control. By learning to focus on the things in their control, students can cope with strong emotions such as anxiety and anger. This activity is great for working with s...
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Help Kids With Worry Using These 10 Worry-Busting Strategies
10 Ways School Counselings Can Help Kids With Worry: Use these strategies to help your students manage their worries at school.
You Have More Control Than You Think - Valerie Murray
Does it ever feel like the chaos in your life might break you? Guess what? You have more control than you think. Check out the things you can control here.
That Makes Me Mad: Making Positive Choices when Dealing with Anger (FREE)
FREEBIE! This anger management activity connects to the book, That Makes Me Mad, by Steven Kroll. This activity would supplement a lesson about making positive and negative choices when they feel angry at school. In this activity, students need to reflect on four times they feel anger or frustrati...
Offering limited choices instead of making demands can be very effective. Children often respond to choices when they will not respond to demands, especially when you follow the choice with, "You decide."