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Self Control...

Self-Calming Cards

by Elizabeth Crary (1996, Parenting Press, 12.95/cards)

These cards include step-by-step instructions in English and Spanish for introducing both the concept of self-calming and such calming activities as blowing bubbles, stringing beads, singing, jumping rope and soaking in a warm bath. The techniques introduced by the cards work with kids of all ages—and adults, too! 36 full color cards. [3” x 4.5”]

The Rabbit Who Lost His Hop
: A Story About Self-Control

by Marcia Nass (2004, Childswork/Childsplay, 12.95)

In this entertaining story, Ricky Rabbit has forgotten how to hop. Instead, he just runs and races around, totally out of control. He can`t even play hopscotch like the other rabbits, because he just doesn`t have enough self-control. Fortunately, Ricky goes to an understanding counselor, who teaches him how to stop, relax, and think. With practice, Ricky learns to control his impulsivity and overactivity—and gets back his hop. For ages 4-8. [8.5” x 11”...57 pages]

Learning to Listen, Learning to Care
: A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Self-Control & Empathy

by Lawrence Shapiro (2008, New Harbinger Publications, 16.95)

The 40 activities in this workbook begin by explaining the reasons why learning to care what others think is so important to a child's happiness and success. The activities then teach the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and social skills that underlie what adults commonly call "good behavior." And after each activity, children will find thought-provoking questions to help them develop a point of view that stresses respect for others, cooperativeness, and a positive outlook. Grades 1-8. [8” x 10”...136 pages]

You Can Control Your Impulses
: An Emotional Intelligence GameBook

by Elizabeth Bennett (2012, Childswork/Childsplay, 21.95/spiral)

This game book will help children learn to control their impulses in all kinds of every-day situations. Over 300 questions encourage children to stop and think about their behavior and the likely outcomes. The spiral bound book comes with a detachable spinner and provides a fun, lively way to help impulsive children learn to think before they act. The games are suitable for individual or group play. Includes a bonus CD with games and forms. Grades K-6. [6” x 6”...116 pages]

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