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Positive Personality Traits

Positive Personality Traits

Use this resource to introduce and explore vocabulary used to describe people. Can be useful in individual or group work on developing self-esteem and greater awareness of social identity.

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Rating Scales

All rating scale resources have been moved to a dedicated rating scale resources page.

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Responses To Stress - The Four F's

Responses to Stress

An A4 size poster highlighting the four primitive responses to fear and stress.

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Target Anger Scale

Volcano Anger Scale

Use this visual resource to keep the child on target for a calm day. Can be used with other five point rating scales or as an alternative.

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Volcano Anger Scale

Volcano Anger Scale

A visual resource using the volcano anology to rate emotional volatility towards becoming angry. Using the volcano vocabulary can sometimes be easier for some children to express. Can be used with five point rating scales or as an alternative.

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Weekly Emotional Record

Weekly Emotional Record

This resource provides a way to monitor and record the level of emotional arousal based on the Five Point Rating Scale across the school week. Record the number in the circle to record the child's assessment of where they are on the rating scale. Shading in the circles in corresponding colours to the rating scale can create a useful visual impression of the week.

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Weekly Emotional Record Blank

Weekly Emotional Record Blank

This resource is a blank copy of the Weekly Emotional Record resource above. This enables it to be adapted to meet specific needs.

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Whoops Uh Oh Cards

Whoops Uh Oh Cards

For supporting children who find changes to routine difficult to manage. This resource provides a choice of two cards Whoops! Something has changed or Uh Oh! Something has changed. These can be shown to the child before telling them about a change in their routine. These should be introduced and discussed with the child before using.

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You may also be interested in the following pages:

Conduct Disorder

Emotional Regulation

Restrictive Physical Intervention