How To Paint Stones and Pebbles
Would you like to be able to create beautiful stone and pebble art just like the image above? These lovely stones were shared with with us by artist Sehnaz Bac. Make sure to check out her facebook page here: I Sassi Dell'AdriaticoI was also able to find a great blog post with some good step-by-step instructions on how to paint stone and also has tons of other great examples you can get inspiration from. Here's the link to that... Painting stone tutorial: HubPages - Painting and Drawing on…
The 5 Step Self-holding Exercise – The Art of Healing Trauma
The 5 Step Self-holding Exercise is an exercise I compiled from various sources that has been really helping me a lot lately with anxiety, stress and symptoms related to PTSD. Synonyms (alternate titles): Extended Sequence Self-Holding Exercise, 5 Step Self-Soothing Exercise, 5 Step Self-Calming Exercise Comments: Sometimes, when I am in a very high state…
100 Art Therapy Exercises - The Updated and Improved List
Here is a popular internet list of art therapy activities originally posted up several years ago by the Nursing School Blog, and as time has gone by over half of the links have become defunct or out of date. I have researched current links that reflect the most vibrant and inspiring art therapy directives on the internet today, while aiming to keep it as close as possible to the original list.
Anchor Chart: Coping Skills & Strategies for Frustration in Class
This is a Student Strategy Anchor Chart for dealing with Frustration in the classroom. Students can practice using coping skills when they are frustrated as reminders of steps that can be taken to help them get "back on track". Many times in the classroom students don't know exactly what they're o...
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Free Printable Coloring Sheets/Mr. Men - great for social skills
3-2-1 Calm Down
A simple technique for dealing with anger to cool your brain down from ‘boil over’ mode. I’ve got another tip from a reader for dealing with anger to share today. This is something you can try right in the moment when you’re noticing yourself get more and more angry. Use this calm down technique to help […]
Coping Skills Activities - Plum Tree
Coping skills activities are effective ways to manage unpleasant feelings (anger, sadness, and anxiety) and restlessness/hyperactivity.
Calm Down Bottles for the Classroom
One of the most important things that we can teach our preschoolers is how to self-regulate when they get too excited, anxious, or overly stimulated. A strategy that works well to help preschoolers regulate their emotions is to provide a quiet corner or nook that is stocked with "Calm Down" bottles.