This classroom coping skills resource is a great way to make emotional self-regulation a priority in your classroom, office, and/or school. It includes a centers-based lesson for teaching students how to use the different tools and strategies and visuals for your Peace Corner, Calm Corner, or Calm Down Corner, or Zen Den, or Take a Break Spot, or Cool Down Spot. This resource a great fit for trauma sensitive (or trauma informed) classrooms and is everything you need for a regulation station in your room. It was created with graphics and activities fit for upper elementary students to help them take care of their feelings at school!
• Scripted lesson plan for introducing to students
• Full-size signs and directions for 16 different coping skills, to hang as signs and/or use in centers
• Easy cut quarter page size visuals for each calming strategy
• Mazes (small for use with a pen/pencil and large for repeated use with a finger)
• 2 Puzzles with positive affirmations
• 2 Happy thoughts cue cards (gratitude and safe place)
• “Text about it” writing prompt
• Expectations page (with expectations pre-written or blank for you to write in)
• ’Travel sheet’ for students to reflect on the effectiveness of each coping strategy for themselves
• Visual communication board
• All materials also included in black and white!
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What others are saying...
“I love these visuals for my classroom. They serve their purpose well in my cool-down area. The images are cute, diverse, and easy to understand.”
“This has been a great addition to my “Calming Corner” décor. I backed the sheets on colored paper and it has made the space really inviting. My AP commented on how much she liked it. Included lots and lots of useful material. Thanks for a great resource.”
“This is a very comprehensive calming corner packet and my students are eager to use it! After looking for a few years and wanting to add a spot in my classroom, I am pleased with this resource.”