How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it.

How to say I'm sorry. This chart helps my kindergarten students solve their problems independently. It has provided many tools and strategies for them!

Play-doh filled stress ball balloons with emotions drawn with a Sharpie. Good calm-down strategy.

Stress Ball Balloons or For Pre-school Play. Make these playdough-filled balloons for improving fine motor skills and discussing emotions or including in your "Calm Down Kit." -tkz ( I LOVE THIS IDEA) :D

Making Faces Magnets using laminated pictures from magazines.

The Iowa Farmers Wife: Making Faces Magnets Use old magazines for facial parts. Glue to cardboard then glue to magnets

Making Faces Magnets- this would be a fun way to teach emotions to children

The Iowa Farmers Wife: Making Faces Magnets Use old magazines for facial parts. Glue to cardboard then glue to magnets

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT have different faces for different expressions, say expressions. could have emotion bingo cards that match faces

Good way to integrate fine motor and mental health with young ones: Pam Dyson, MA, LPC, RPT: Teaching Young Children About Feelings

Floating Feelings: Feeling faces drawn on ping pong balls with a Sharpie. Float in a bowl of water. Child scoops one out with a slotted spoon or tongs and identifies the feeling and a time they experienced that feeling.

EMOTIONS GAME: floating feelings: feeling faces drawn on ping pong balls with a sharpie. float in a bowl of water. child scoops one out with a slotted spoon or tongs and identifies the feeling and a time they experienced that feeling.

Emotion Stones -Feelings and emotions activities for KS1 and early years make your own using river rocks and sharpies. Children can use these to discuss and describe their feelings. SE-3K-3.1 Recognize own positive and negative feelings when an adult labels them SE-4K-3.3 Express fears and concerns to familiar adult.

Emotion Stones - to explore and communicate feelings

Emotion development-Feelings and emotions activities for and early years make your own using river rocks and sharpies

After having students with anger issues last year, this may have worked better than my tips for calming down.

"Cool Down Tubes" write down different calming strategies on transparent rubber cubes, place in container and have children who are acting out take a cube and use the written strategy to calm themselves.

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