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Things That Make Me Angry

Things That Make Me Angry is an interactive anger management activity for kids, designed to help children explore their anger triggers and develop strategies for managing their emotions.

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Resource Info

Things That Make Me Angry is an interactive anger management activity for kids, designed to help children explore their anger triggers and develop strategies for managing their emotions.

By identifying the things that make them angry and discovering calming techniques, children can learn to express their anger more effectively.

About this resource:

Things That Make Me Angry resource includes different squares representing anger triggers and calming techniques. Children are instructed to cut out the squares that represent the things that make them angry and stick them on the red page. They are then encouraged to identify and cut out squares that represent calming techniques and stick them on the blue page. The resource also provides blank squares for children to add their own triggers or techniques.

Benefits:

Things That Make Me Angry offers several benefits for children in managing anger and emotional awareness.

• Identify and acknowledge anger triggers – help children learn to understand what makes them angry so they can manage these triggers and learn to adapt their responses in future.
• Self-reflection and awareness – this resource can help children develop a better understanding about their own emotions and learn more about themselves.
• Develop self-regulation strategies – our calm squares help your children to learn and practise coping skills to learn which works for them.

Things That Make Me Angry provides a valuable tool for children to explore and manage their anger triggers. By promoting emotional awareness, identifying calming techniques, and encouraging self-expression, this resource helps children develop effective anger management skills.