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Our weather clip art looks great in Social Emotional Workshop's Anger Triggers: Anger Management Activity and Craft! #artsandcraftsclipart,

Description This is a great small group lesson for anger management. It helps students understand what triggers their anger. It takes students through scaffolded activities that support their awareness of the types of events that make them angry and provide them with examples of those events to promote discussion. The activities use a weather metaphor to engage students. Perfect for 2nd and 3rd grade and with individual or small groups. Can be modified for the first and fourth grade. This…

Skills your child needs to be successful & teaching tips for correcting behavior, teaching new skills. #SEL #SocialSkills #SocialEmotionalLearning #PositiveParenting #ParentingAdvice #ChildDevelopment

A list of 38 skills that are part of social-emotional learning & tips for how you can help teach your child social-emotional skills they're struggling with.

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

What to do if your child yells, "I CAN'T DO IT!" IYou can say: "Show me the hard part!". This helps your child identify what exactly they're struggling with. "If you COULD do it, what would you do?" This seems like a simple question but it really gets them thinking. "Let's figure out the next step together. It looks like you did this part already, what's next?" Here are a few other options to help your child's social-emotional development.

What to do if your child yells, "I CAN'T DO IT!" IYou can say: "Show me the hard part!". This helps your child identify what exactly they're struggling with. "If you COULD do it, what would you do?" This seems like a simple question but it really gets them thinking. "Let's figure out the next step together. It looks like you did this part already, what's next?" Here are a few other options to help your child's social-emotional development.

Learning how to self-regulate our emotions is an essential life skill especially for children with ADHD. Children with ADHD often have a hard time self-regulating where emotions can range in frequency & change rapidly which can largely be due to frustration. But there are ways we can help children with ADHD develop skills to help them self-regulate that they can then use for life. We can even use these ideas for us adults!

The word theory can become quite confusing...in social work 'theory' is thrown around and can often become synonymous with model, approach, or practice.  Defining and understanding theories, perspe...

The word theory can become quite confusing…in social work ‘theory’ is thrown around and can often become synonymous with model, approach, or practice. Defining and understanding …