Looking for self-control activities for kids? We’ve rounded up 30 of our favorite games to help children develop appropriate social skills and behavior management strategies both at home and in the classroom. Perfect for early childhood and beyond, these
Corey Moore - February 2017 - It is very important for students to be able to reflect on their educational experience. This is an easy personal self evalution sheet for students. I would definitely use this in my classroom.
When students, especially those who have autism, become frustrated or angry they usually need a visual reminder for how to calm down. Choice Cards can be practiced and implemented into a behavior program.
Hall Pass - Print on card stock and put into ID badge holders on coil key chains (both from Walmart). Blank pass at end can be written on with a whiteboard marker and then erased (for students who have to go somewhere else in the building). These are wate
Fun Activities for Practicing Self-Control. Students learn about self control and practice by keeping their hands on their knees while the teacher blows bubbles.
How to deal with autism: 21+ tools to calm an autistic meltdown
Looking for calming strategies for kids? We’ve got 21+ ideas to help children with anger management issues as a result of autism, anxiety, ADHD, and other special needs. Perfect for parents and teachers alike, these activities will help your child with self-regulation. Keep a set of these tools at home, in the classroom, and in the car and remember: while it may be difficult to learn how to deal with autism, you WILL find your way. #autism #specialneeds #SPD #sensoryprocessingdisorder