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New Product :: Anger Scoot

If you’ve been following along, you know that I love “Scoot Games.” Unfortunately, there’s a million and one ELA and Math Scoots, but virtually NO special ed/counseling Scoots. Go figure, right? Well, I’m trying to fix that! I’ve talked about Bullying, Feelings, and Friendship Scoot in the past, and here’s a new one!

Here are the rules:

Place one task card on each student desk or around the room in numerical order. It makes it easier for students is cards are put in order. Then, give each student a recording sheet and a pencil. Next, each student completes the card on their desk and writes their answer in the number on their recording sheet that corresponds to the number on the task card.

Anger Scoot Game

After about a minute, the teacher says “Scoot” (or uses another signal) and the students quickly stand up, leave the card at their desk, take their recording sheet with them, and scoot over to the next seat with the next number and get started on the question right away.

I’m planning to make more social-emotional scoot games as time goes on, but for now, check out my Anger Scoot Game. It contains 35 different feelings task cards, which can be used as a way to review concepts in a fun, interactive way with kids in grades 3-6. Question formats include several types such as “Draw…”, Short-Answer, Multiple Choice, True/False, and “Find a Partner and Perform a Task.”

Cards are presented in PDF format and are completely editable in Adobe Reader, so the wording and questions can be adjust to your student’s needs and ability levels! Scoot recording sheets are provided for several different class sizes (8, 12, 20, 30, and 35), so it can be played in a small group or full class!

Anger Scoot Game

Anger Scoot Game

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New Product :: Calming Posters

Looking for a great set of posters to help students learn about coping strategies, but don’t went to spend upwards of $20 for them!? This set of posters is great for helping students who struggle with knowing how to calm down. It contains 12 different posters in both colored and black & white versions, featuring the following coping strategies:

  • Take Deep Breaths
  • Count
  • Run an Errand
  • Drink Water
  • Exercise
  • Listen to Music
  • Read
  • Think Positive Thoughts
  • Take a Walk
  • Take a Break
  • Squeeze a Fidget
  • Close Your Eyes

The black and white versions make great coloring pages!

Posters each a picture visual and words to meet the needs of many ages of students.

Calming Posters

Calming Posters

Calming Posters

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New Products :: Anger Tab Book

I’m really excited to share this new product with you because teaching social-emotional skills doesn’t have to be difficult! With Tab Books, students’ drawings, writing, and graphic organizers come together to create a customized book they can be proud of and use a reference whenever they need reminders! Great on their own or as part of an Interactive Notebook, Tab Books are a tried and true way to get your students excited about learning! I have my students for 30 minutes sessions and they usually take 2-3 sessions to complete.

This book helps students learn anger regulation and coping skills. A couple of the pages are presented in 2 versions – one for older students (grades 3-5) and one for younger students (grades K-2).

The best part? Print and go. No fancy supplies or prep needed!

Anger Tab Book

Anger Tab BookAnger Tab Book
I have lots of other tab books and am planning to add more in the future, so check back often for new ones! Any topics you’d like to see? Leave them in the comments!

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