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Anger firework

Thank you to Sarah for allowing me to share this on the website.

This is an anger rocket/firework for working on anger. The firework model is very useful for explaining anger to a child. There is a trigger which lights the fuse and then an explosion. Water can put out the explosion.

The trigger (the match)  – What makes the child angry

The fuse – Thoughts, feelings and body sensations

The explosion – Anger

Water – Cooling off the anger and calming down.




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