Stress Ball Balloons
Stress Ball Balloons - balloons filled with playdough, with faces drawn on with markers. These are a great for discussing emotions as well as giving those little finger muscles a good work out!
How to Manage Your Child's Emotions
Experts say a child’s emotional intelligence, or EQ, can be more important than their IQ and parenting expert Michele Borba joins the TODAY Show to offer her advice on how to help kids of all ages keep their emotions in check.
Calm Down Kit » Autism Adventures
I am SO excited to share with you my full CALM DOWN KIT bundle! Included in this full set is: Calm Down Kit Label When I’m Angry/Frustrated Visual Calming Card How Do You Feel Today? Choice Board (2 color options) How Do you Feel Today? Conversation Card How Do you Feel Today? Conversation Card PECS …
8 Tips New Test Takers Should Know
I was determined to find a new way to review test taking tips with our third graders this school year. As everyone knows, this is their first year taking the “Big Test.” In the past, …
Simple Art Activity that Provides Stress Relief, even for Anxiety Disorder
This is an example of a drawing that I did while listening to "Florence and the Machine- Dog Days are over" Still a work in progress, thats what makes this technique so great! You will need the following supplies: -Colored pencils, crayons, or...
How to Make Sensory Balls
This simple tutorial for how to make a stress ball (or sensory ball) walks you through each step and provides a video. They are easy and inexpensive to make
Getting Ready for Summer: Children’s Stress
Summer is fast approaching and that means a change in many family routines. As with any change, this one can lead to some stress for children as well as their parents. So I thought this would be a good time to talk a bit about stress and children - a kind of "primer" for parents on what to look for, when to act, and what to do to help children learn to manage stress well. Learning how to
Testing this Month? Just RELAX :)
Here's a testing strategy poster that you can use to help remind your students to RELAX when taking the test and do their very best by following 5 simple rules: Head on over to my blog to grab it up!
Breathing Relaxes Kids, Decrease Stress Bedtime Story | Stress Free Kids
http://www.stressfreekids.com Sea Otter Cove introducing children to deep breathing or "diaphragmatic breathing" to help decrease anxiety, lower stress and c...