Narrated Story, Lesson Plans and Reproducible Worksheets Included on CD
This is a cleverly written tale that allows the young reader to grasp the concept of where anger is and how to 'let it out' in appropriate ways. The author effectively illustrates what happens inside the body when anger is suppressed and leads the reader to understand why it is important to express all feelings in a healthy way. Following the story are several lesson plans discussion questions and reproducible worksheets that can be used by an adult to help add breadth depth and personalization to this story for children.
In this story a young girl named Sam has anger growing inside her after the break-up of her parents. She is uncomfortable and scared to 'let out' her angry feeling so it keeps growing. Sam tries several creative ways to hold Anger down but Anger doesn't go away and keeps causing her troubles. Eventually Sam learns how Anger is different from her other emotions and she uses her words to appropriately let Anger out.
This book is an excellent tool for counsellors, therapists, teachers, mentors and parents. It can be used to help children identify and resolve some of their more intense emotions preventing them from leading happy and successful lives. Lesson plans and activity pages are included.
Author: Karen Biron-Dekel
Cyman is a gamer that learns a very valuable lesson about the importance of safely and responsibly interacting when playing games that connect him with friends – and strangers – online. After making some poor decisions – such as over-sharing personal information and trying to meet up with a “friend” he met online while gaming – he learns the potential consequences of not applying “stranger danger” while playing games online. This book will help teach you and your children Cyman’s very important “Gamers Guideline” to ensure you and your children... More info
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Impulse Control Activities & Worksheets for Middle School Students provides teachers, school counsellors, social workers and psychologists with tools to assist students in grades 6-8 with better impulse control. Lessons address the multiple areas that are affected by impulsivity such as academics emotions problem-solving social skills and romantic relationships. Expanding on existing evidenced-based practices for decreasing impulsivity lessons provide specific engaging activities and worksheets to use with groups or individuals. The activities are designed to teach students how to: Understand the value of impulse control Use patience and tolerance Anticipate consequences... More info