Self-Regulation and Managing Emotions Coping Strategies Journal: Digital & Print
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This self-regulation journal is designed for upper elementary students and gives them the chance to practice important self-regulation skills in order to better understand and manage their emotions. Students will learn which feelings and actions are associated with each color and self-regulation coping strategies like positive self-talk to help regulate their emotions. This low-prep journal would be the perfect interactive activity for an individual student to work on over a few sessions or for a self-regulation small group.
The self-regulation journal is also great to use for data collection and progress monitoring! The daily, weekly, and monthly increments provide a useful tool to spot trends and problem areas with students who might otherwise be overlooked. Coloring opportunities on almost every page! **Updated to include Google Slides digital version**
This Activity Includes:
- Introduction guide to self-regulation with associated feelings and actions
- Suggested coping strategies across environments
- Positive self-talk statements to reference
- Support group identification
- 5 Different emotions sheets to identify and recall past experiences
- Daily self-regulation tracking sheet
- Weekly self-regulation tracking sheet
- Monthly self-regulation tracking mandala
- Self-regulation reflection questions
- Digital version
- Learn the different emotions and associated feelings and actions
- Identify coping skills to use at home, school, and in the community
- Identify people in their support system
- Practice and create positive self-talk statements
- Empathize with another person's emotions and recall a time they felt that way and the events that followed
- Track how their feelings change daily, weekly, and monthly
- Observe and reflect on why they think their feelings change
How to Assemble: Hole punch students' journals and put them into three-ring binders. Or, you could also just print and staple!
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