Print: Angries Out Handout
Topic: Anger, Self-Awareness, Self-Control
Supplies Needed: Print it.
Prep Time: No Prep
Age Range: Children
Thoughts & Suggestions
Try letting the kids color the sheet while you talk about it.
**We have not read the book the worksheet references.
Character Education Resources - Anger Management, Bullying and more.
Character education help for classroom teachers and guidance counselors, anger management, behavior, responsibility, bullying
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Estimated Time of Completion: Two 45-minute class periods;or one 45-minute class period plus one 30-minute training workshop
It’s My Life . Emotions . Dealing With Anger . The Fire Inside | PBS Kids GO!
Because we’re all unique, each of us deals with our anger on our own terms. Sometimes we express it in a way that feels good in the moment, but causes more problems afterwards. Sometimes we keep our anger inside because we don’t want to make trouble-but that just seems to make us feel worse.
It’s My Life . Emotions . Dealing With Anger . Getting To The Source | PBS Kids GO!
Anger is a lot like that. It’s great to find healthy, positive ways to deal with feelings of anger, but sometimes you really just need to get to the root of the problem. There’s no way to get rid of everything that makes us angry, but we can deal with issues one at a time and try to solve specific p…
It’s My Life . Emotions . Dealing With Anger . Other People’s Rage | PBS Kids GO!
Know when to back off. Sometimes when people are angry, they need time alone to cool down. In some cases, it might be smart to say something like: “Hey, I can see you’re really mad. You need some time to chill, so I’ll catch up with you later.”