A great chart or sheet to help children and young people put problems into perspective. Can help with networks, anxiety and problem solving.
Use this to personalise your feelings and worries. How do I feel when this happens. Great for self reflection and anxiety.
Use with the How big is my problem chart.
A great way to work out problems and problem solve for yourself in a coaching approach. Work through the questions and find the right solution for yourself.
This chart is a visual reminder of things that can trigger challenging behaviour.
Useful wall reminder and can help children to use self reflection and develop problem solving skills by recognising these triggers.
Download 5 resources for £4
How Big Is My Problem
The Worry Tree
What I Can Control
Triggers of Behaviour
3 x A4 posters showing what to do, how to spot the signs and what to look for.
Fantastic classroom or at home resource when you are trying to explain the difference between bullying and joking around. Especially good at helping children to identfy the difference between being a bystander or a friend.
Everything you need to deliver Protective Behaviours in your classroom for KS1 and KS2. Includes workbooks, delivery worksheets, facilitator worksheets, examples and additional add-ons. Also includes information for parents and carers.
All sent via email after purchase. Great value! £20
10 fabulous worksheets for children, young people or adults when working through mindfulness.
£10 printed and posted.
Forest Schools activities - some helpful worksheets to get you started.
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4 posters/resources to use in the classroom or at home. Visual reminders of our body signals and how we know when we are feeling sad, happy, angry or worried. Helps to distinguish between the ‘I feel sick’ and what actually might be going on underneath, helping children to improve their emotional literacy.
A great resource to work with children 1:1 or in groups to look at what they can and cannot control in their lives. Opens up discussion around issues and differing opinions - some people may be able to control things that others can't. Creates empathy and understanding.
Can be extended - once children have placed the cards, open up the next stage with 'What might change when you are an adult'. Will you still need to be respectful? Can you choose where you live? etc
This resource has created some great impact and discussion around choice and consequence as well.
50 cards to place on the blank A3 chart (Completed A3 chart as well for classroom wall) and you can add as many as you want to the discussion.
£4 - all pdfs sent via email after purchase.
Includes: Control cards x 50, A3 Blank control poster, A4 Blank Control Poster, A3 wall poster, A4 wall poster.