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Resiliency Lesson for Self-Regulation and Coping Skills


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These coping and resiliency activities are great for individual counseling, group counseling, or guidance SEL lessons with students that become easily dysregulated or have a tough time coping with day-to-day stressors at school. Help your students self-regulate, build resilience, and bounce back instead of going SPLAT!

These activities can be used all together in one longer lesson, or you can split them up and use this resource in 2-3 sessions/lessons with your students.

*Now includes a Google Slides TM version of the story and activities for distance learning.*


  • “Bounce Back” story about bouncing back vs. going splat when you have a problem. (PowerPoint, full page printable, mini-book printable)
  • Bounce vs. Splat sorting cards
  • Scenario Cards (with directions for different activities to use these in class lessons, group counseling, and individual counseling)
  • Self-regulation practice activity (dysregulate –> breathe –> self-talk)

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What others are saying...

“I used this both remotely and in person and it is a great activity. The children were highly engaged and loved the word “splat!” I found a fake egg that “splats” on the floor to accompany the lesson. The problem examples/scenarios are very relevant to my students. Thank you!!”

“What a great resource for growth mindset. My students loved the visuals and the activities along with it. My principal observed this lesson and wants me to do something with the staff using this lesson.”

“Probably one of my most favorite resources on TPT. Students grasp the concept of “bouncing back.” Examples used in social story are very appropriate.”


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