Strategies for controlling angry thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Students will learn to control the direction of their anger, by changing the way they think to be more positive. Great for students who are struggling with angry feelings. Includes a digital version for use with Google Slides and Google Classroom for digital learning.
This activity takes about 30 minutes to complete with a small or large group. The goal is for students to change their own thinking to be more positive and prevent future conflicts.
- Activity description including instructions/walk-through of activity, objectives, materials, and ASCA standards.
- 5 pages of practice changing thoughts and actions to be more positive and less anger-inducing.
- 1 page of self-reflection on personal anger traits.
►UPDATED: Now includes Google Classroom version, the link to access this resource on Google Drive and instructions for use is on page 9.
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