Emotional Regulation

All behaviour serves a purpose and can occur for many reasons – sensory, social, communication, anxiety, anger, tantrums, etc. You may need a range of resources to help students. I believe in 50/50 behaviour plans where 50% of the strategies used are for the adults to use to manage the child’s behaviour, and 50% are strategies for the child to manage their own behaviour. Below are resources to help teach children about their own emotions as well that of others.

Tip Sheet – Behaviour and Emotion Regulation

9 Quick Tips To Keep Calm

Activities to use with_The_Red Beast Book

Activities to use with The Disappointment Book

All About Meltdowns

Tips to Reduce Anxiety


Seven Common Signs of Executive Function Difficulties



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