Anger Management For Kids - This Is What Anger Does #2
Educational Festival Inc.
This is class #2 of 15 classes that teaches three activities per class to practice anger management. This is a one-time class for 90 minutes that continues the discussion on Anger.
This class, Anger Management for Kids – This is What Anger Does #2 continues the discussion on Anger. In the first class, “This Is How Anger Feels #1”, students were able to identify and connect with how they feel when anger arrives. We talked about solving the mystery of anger and naming the emotion felt when anger arrives. In this class, “This is What Anger Does #2”, students will review and apply prior knowledge and skills to explore more about what anger does when they feel angry. As I...
Students will engage with answering questions to understand how to manage their anger, view video clips for a visual presentation (age appropriate) to review anger scenarios, and learn how to meditate as a calming for anger to a peaceful outcome. I will use strategies that help students remember and practice when anger arrives.
In this class studnets will review and respond to the activites that ask questions about how to resolve anger, and what to do when they are feeling mixed emotions. Students will use their journal to write about thier to engage in the activities and respond to the questions.
1 file available upon enrollmentMaterials Needed - Spiral notebook and a pencil/pen. Grade Policy - Engagement, Projects, Homework. Expectations - To follow the Virtual Rules. Policies - Refunds are subject to review.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Materials are age appropriate for learners.
The recourses provided for this class is the same materials in Anger Management For Kids “This Is How Anger Feels #1”through all Anger Management classes. Recourses include Anger Management workbook that help children say calm and make better choices when anger arrives in the body. Coping strategies, 101 Ways To Cope With Stress, and The Anger Alternatives Game used in the classroom provided by professional development training. I add under 5 minutes of You Tube video clips for a visual presentation, students connect more to visual stimulation and another extension to retain information.
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Live video meetings
9-9 learners per class