Behavior
Emotional Intelligence Notes (Kids)

Each note encourages children to use emotional and social skills to help them be more resilient in the face of everyday problems. On the back side of each note, parents can write personal words of encouragement. (1123. emotional intelligence, EQ, resilience, behavior)

Catch Me Being Good

This positive discipline game includes a board game that teaches children the importance of good behavior as well as a behavioral system that can be used by parents to promote good behavior. The program includes the board game, Good Behavior Bucks, and a Rewards Penny Pitch. (1123, behavior program, positive discipline, anger control, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, ADHD)

Feelings Jar

Kids and teens can use this jar to express their feelings. (1023. emotional regulation, feelings, communication)

Keep Your Focus Maze (Children)

This maze is intended to help kids look ahead to solve a maze. It is also designed to open a conversation on distractions and how to focus on a task even when there are many distractions present. (1023, ADHD, focus, attention, distractions)

Talking About Feelings Card Game

This fun card deck can easily be cut out and assembled to help children and teens learn the importance of communicating their feelings and understanding the feelings of others. The game is played like the classic card game “War,” where players turn over a card and the highest number takes all the cards. But first, you have to answer the question, “Describe a time you felt this way.” There are many ways to use these cards including sending them home for families to use “between sessions.” (0823, emotional intelligence, emotional regulation)

Getting Along with Others Card Game (Kids)

You can cut out and assemble the 50 card decks in this deck in minutes and play it with individual children, or groups of children, or assign it to families. Each card describes a conflict children are having, and players must come up with a good compromise to the conflict. The game is most effective when played with an adult who models problem-solving, respect for others, and empathy. A digital version of this game is available in the Virtual Counseling Rooms. (0823, conflict resolution, social skills, anger control)

Understanding the Feelings of Others (Kids)

This worksheet asks children to identify the feelings of 5 different animals. It’s a good way to start a conversation about looking at facial expressions and body language. (0723, empathy, feelings, behavior)

Behavior Chart

IMPORTANT: This chart is in PNG (image) form. To make an editable PDF, click the SEND/EDIT button and modify it and download it from the Psychology Forms Filler. To use as an image (i.e. for the Virtual Counseling Room), click VIEW/PRINT to open it and then right-click your mouse and select “Save As” to download to your computer. (0623. behavior, ADHD)

Personal Hygiene Chart (Kids)

This behavior chart can be used to help children learn and practice good hygiene like washing their hands, brushing their teeth, taking a shower, and so on. (0323, behavior, social skills, hygiene)

The 5 Rs for a Happy Home

This worksheet defines the characteristics of a happy home as Rules, Rewards, Responsibilities, and Rituals. It suggests establishing these at a family meeting and provides a chart for a family to determine the rules as well as the rewards for following them and the consequences for breaking them. (0323, family therapy)

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