Calming down pack – Item 208


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Calming down resource pack for pupils to learn different coping strategies for emotional regulation.

This consists of:

  • 24 Posters to put in your calm down area or classroom
  • 24 Cards to put on a key ring as a reminder
  • A 25 Page workbook to go through the strategies
  • An example planning sheet
  • A blank planning sheet

Calming strategies include the following:

  • Breathing
  • Beanbag
  • Exercise
  • Squeezing and stress ball or playdough
  • Walking
  • Yoga or mindfulness
  • Counting
  • Thinking happy thoughts
  • Listening to music
  • Drinking water or washing hands in cold water
  • Pushing against a wall
  • Reading a book
  • Playing with something
  • Talking to a friend
  • Talking to an adult
  • Writing down your feelings
  • Getting busy
  • Drawing a picture
  • Kicking a ball
  • Hugging someone
  • Riding your bike
  • Ripping paper
  • Telling yourself to Stop and think
  • Thinking of what to do to feel better.
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