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This list of 119 emotional self-regulation strategies and co-regulation strategies will help you teach your child to manage their emotions and stay calm.
Emotion coaching is the process of guiding your child through intense emotions by validating, relating, naming the emotion, and holding boundaries. It’s a co-regulation strategy that teaches children how to self-regulate over time. #SelfRegulation #EmotionalRegulation #SocialEmotionalLearning
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Emotions exist in the body- but how? This printable emotion sensation feeling wheel helps individuals match common emotions with the physical sensations that most often match those feelings.
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Most children are afraid to fail and, as parents and teachers, we naturally want our children to succeed. But what if we recognized failure is good and a crucial step on the path to learning? Here are 7 ways to teach children about the gift of failure, and how to do it skillfully.
These effective de-escalation strategies help parents, or caregivers, defuse meltdowns & outbursts in children. These de-escalation strategies will....
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Understanding the brain and how it functions can be an effective way to increase self compassion and empathy for others.
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**ZONES OF REGULATION ** Learning to identify and regulate emotions can be difficult for some children. My school is preparing for more children to do so when we return to the classroom in the new year by employing a technique called the zones of regulation. The goal of the exercise is for the children to harness techniques to remain in the green zone as this is where they are most productive and content. In our first week back, I am going to find time to allow the children to explore their…
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Kids who have big feelings can be really hard to calm down. The reason is usually because they haven't developed self-regulation. Free Refrigerator Sheet!
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