Advent Mindfulness Colouring There are 24 advent mindfulness colouring sheets for the run up to Christmas, each one highlights a ‘Christmas quote’. These will be fab for colouring in when…

Stealing Personalised Story This story is suitable for working with children who steal. It includes: A story to read to the child and discuss. Girl version and boy version. Repeat the…

Feel the Feels Bunting set This feel the feels bunting set contains 27 different feelings/emotions/conditions and stances along with one that asks 'How do you feel today?' and one that…

Feel the feels worksheet set This feel the feels worksheet set contains a worksheet for 20 different feelings/emotions. Suitable for Key stage 2, 3 and 4. This is a downloadable…

Feel the Feels Display set This Feel the feels display pack consists of: 12 Posters - emotions covered -Happy, sad, angry, surprised, disgusted, scared, calm, anxious, annoyed, embarrassed, tired, and…

Feelings First Game This 'Feelings First game'  will help children to learn lots about emotions and will be great fun too. Children will be making facial expressions, acting out body…

A to Z Coping Skills Posters These coping skills posters are perfect for displaying in the classroom. I have even included a banner for your display. There is a workbook…

A to Z Workbook and Card pack This coping skills workbook compliments the A to Z Coping Skills posters. Included in the pack: 26 page workbook 26 coping skills cards…

Flipbooks These Flipbooks are brilliant for working with children. Each flipbook concentrates on different areas. Included in the pack 18 emotion books which use our senses to describe each emotion…

Emoji Facemats These Emoji Facemats are so simple to use. Print them onto A4 and laminate. You can then use them with playdough or with a whiteboard pen. Can the…

6 thoughts on “General Resources

  1. Natalie Ward

    Hi
    I saw a really good chart on Pintrest, that said it was from Elsa Support, it is red, yellow and green with When I feel, I need to use my tools, Then I will feel.. with my Coping Tools along the side, please can I buy this resource for an autistic lad I work with at Rivermead School – it looks fab. Many thanks Natalie

  2. kerry parker

    Hi am looking for resources for children with bad dreams and are afraid to go to sleep. Any ideas are welcome. Thank you

    1. Debbie Palphreyman Post author

      Hi Kerry,

      There is a lesson plan on the site about night time https://www.elsa-support.co.uk/lesson-plans-for-groups-and-whole-classes/
      Dreamcatchers are fab to make and also worry dolls. They can put the doll under their pillow to help them sleep through the night. Also if you look at the Relax Kids website there are some fab CDs for listening to before going to sleep. Makes the child very relaxed. Also look at the relaxation cards on the site https://www.elsa-support.co.uk/relaxationcalming-activities-children/

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