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Anger is referred to as a “secondary emotion” because we tend to use anger to cover up other vulnerable feelings. This is such a good reminder for the next time you feel angry at your partner, as a parent, or for when your kid acts angry.
Use permanent marker to write questions on a ball (soccer, beach, volleyball etc). Could also add numbers and have a numbered question sheet for students to refer to. Whatever number their thumb lands closest to is the question they answer.
What underlies bullying? The lack of respect for self and others. How do we keep kids grounded in respect? First we need to know what respect for self looks like. When we respect ourselves, it’s much easier to respect others. Kids grounded in res
Learn Anger Management Skills with 52 scenario cards that will help children learn alternative coping skills rather than expressing anger. Also includes 4 blank cards if you wish to include your own scenarios. Check out Managing Your