Choose a reward One of the ELSAs suggested a reward sheet where children can choose which reward they would like. This is inspired from the ‘Choose a greeting’ post. The child can simply point to the reward they would like. Download: choose a reward For more resources you will LOVE!
Personalised Story This was a request from someone so I thought I would share with everyone for #elsafreefriday It is a personalised story looking at laughing at the wrong times and is based on a real situation. Hope you might find it useful. There is a boy copy and a girl copy along with prompt […]
Problem solving This ‘problem solving ‘ sheet was devised through a ‘real problem’ in the ELSA group. This is what I came up with. Hope you find it helpful. This resource is for #elsafreefriday Download: Problem solving For more resources you will LOVE!
A – Z of coping skills This is an #ELSAFREEFRIDAY resource. It consists of a poster for you to display or use to talk about coping strategies and a worksheet for children to come up with their own coping strategies. Download: A TO Z OF CALMING TECHNIQUES Some more resources you will LOVE! Click the […]
Pupil Observation Record This sheet was created for a Facebook group member. She wanted something to help observe many areas for a child she worked with. I came up with this. Download: observation record Some more resources you will LOVE! Click the pictures to take you there
Stop, think, label the emotion and do Just a simple worksheet to help children get into the habit of stopping and thinking before acting. Download: STOP AND THINK You can find more cbt type activities below: Thoughts, feelings, physical sensations, actions
Just a little poster for you. I saw someone selling these and thought ‘I can make one of those!’ Download the PDF here: we do disney
Problems and reactions – do they match? This poster is a discussion point for children to think about the problem they face and to scale it. Then scale their reaction to it. Do they match? Do they have an extreme reaction to what is in fact a small problem? Download: How big is your problem
This little tool is ideal for a child to carry around with him or her. It will focus them into their feelings so they can judge how angry they are. Laminate, cut out and punch a hole in the semi circle and the arrow. Fasten together with a split pin. Download: Anger scale There are […]
The Cool it game – is a game about managing anger. The game will promote discussion on anger management and the recognition of anger. Anger affirmations are used along with cool it cards which give lots of ideas for calming down. The game is very positive for teaching children about their anger. It can be […]