Thisprintable book for emotional regulation will encourage your class to use a variety ofcalming strategiesto help when learning toregulate their emotions. This resource is the perfect addition to anycalming corner and can be made for every student or just for those who may require assistance with expressing themselves. It can be kept on their desk for easy access during the day.
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I have a student in my class who often gets emotional (upset/stressed/nervous) about a lot of things. When this happens she would come talk to me about it and we could come up with a solution. After providing her with the calming strategies toolkit, she now is in control of how she can manage her emotions. This has given her a lot more independence and has helped her classroom learning.
I put the toolkit on a keyring and put the strategies (which have velcro on them) in a plastic bag. She uses the velcro to stick the strategies onto what she can do to manage her emotions.
It is a great tool for emotional students in the classroom! 10/10 would recommend!!