Anger Issues
Positive Thinking Spinner (Kids)

Children are asked to cut out and create a Positive Thinking Spinner. They complete the question that comes up on the spinner. Children are also asked to identify people they know in their lives who are positive thinkers. (1122, positive thinking)

Emotions Poster

You can use this poster to help children identify and express their feelings. (1022. emotions, emotional intelligence, feelings)

Dealing with Name-Calling (Kids and Younger Teens)

This worksheet is designed to help children and younger teens deal with peers or siblings who call them names.  It suggests six practical and effective ways to handle name-calling. It also contains questions to help kids or teens explore how they react to name-calling. (0722, teasing, behavior problems, sibling rivalry, bullying, Autism, ASD)

Kindness Posters

Designed by the Random Acts of Kindness organization, these six posters remind us that kindness comes in many forms and includes committing to values like respect, inclusiveness, responsibility, caring, integrity, and courage. The posters make great reminders of these character traits for use in a home or school.

Unload Your Problem Backpack (Kids and Teens)

This worksheet asks kids and teens to think about the problems, worries, and upsetting emotions that are “weighing them down.” It uses the metaphor of a Problem Background to help kids and teens identify the thoughts and feelings that are causing them problems and how to let them go. (0622 , depression, anxiety)

Helping Your Child with Daily Transitions

This worksheet is designed to help parents of children who have a difficult time with daily changes that triggers tantrums, whining, and meltdowns.  Twelve practical suggestions are listed for parents to try, including: making transitions a game, using positive reinforcement, and providing a transition object to teach kids self-soothing.  A chart is provided to help parents keep track of which activities are most effective. (0522, parenting, ASD, Autism, ADHD, inflexible, behavior problems)

The Caring Calendar

What could be more important than caring?  This tool by RandomActsofKindness.org is designed to give families practical ways to support caring for others as well as self-care in the home. (0422, emotional intelligence, caring, self-care)

What Happens When You Are Scared (Children/Teens)

This worksheet for children and young teens explains how their body reacts to fear or perceived danger. (0322, fear, phobia, mind-body, anxiety)

How to Stop Yelling At Your Kids (Parenting)

This worksheet is designed to help parents who regularly find themselves yelling and shouting at their children. Yelling is not a form of discipline and in the long run, just pushes children away.  There are 11 strategies to try when yelling and shouting is a problem along with questions to help parents gain insight into their behavior. (0122, parenting, behavior problems, family therapy)

Everyone Gets Angry

This worksheet teaches children that people get angry to different degrees and in different ways. (1121, anger management, anger control, temper tantrums)