In this powerful short film, watch and hear from elementary school students learning to use mindfulness to navigate complex feelings."Just Breathe" was creat...
NHS - Dealing with child angerAnger is a normal and useful emotion. It can tell children when things are not fair or right. But anger can become a problem if a child's angry behaviour becomes out of control or aggressive.
YOUNG MiNDSSupporting your child with anger If you need support to respond to your child’s anger or aggression, here’s our advice on what you can do and where you can find help.
Child Mind Institute Many children have difficulty regulating their emotions. Tantrums, outbursts, whining, defiance, fighting: these are all behaviors you see when kids experience powerful feelings they can’t control. While some kids have learned to act out because it gets them what they want — attention or time on the iPad — other kids have trouble staying calm because they are unusually sensitive. The good news is that learning to calm down instead of acting out is a skill that can be taught.
Coping Skills for KidsInside: Kid-friendly coping skills used to help manage anger, including safe ways to express anger, books to read and videos that can help.
Lemon Lime AdventuresMaking Rainbow Calm Down Jars: We are big fans of calm down jars. We are always looking for strategies to learn how to self-regulate and calm our big emotions.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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