I Choose Self-Control Board

(2 customer reviews)

$36.00

Teach children strategies for self-control, and you’ll be amazed how quickly they learn to manage intense emotions.

In stock (can be backordered)

Description

The I Choose Self-Control Board helps children identify what they are feeling with eight Feeling Face images. It then prompts them to consciously reflect on their intention by setting goals with one of four goal statements. Finally, it provides 12 individualized calming and regulatory strategies for them to choose from in order to help change their inner states from upset to optimal. These three components work together to increase children’s ability to self-regulate, empowering them to return to home or classroom activities ready to learn. Part of the five-step self-regulation process described in Managing Emotional Mayhem ©.

    • Sturdy, portable felt board
    • 12 velcro-backed images of proven self-control activities
    • 4 velcro-backed goal statements to help older children set their intention
    • 8 velcro-backed face images expressing key emotions
    • 18-page detailed instructional booklet
    • Ages 4-12

Product Video

How to use the I Choose Self-Control Board

Additional information

Weight 26.4 oz
Dimensions 14 × 14 × 2 in
Format

Physical Product

Language

English

Age Range

3-5 Years Old, 2nd-3rd Grade, 4th-5th Grade, All Ages, Adults

Audience

Administrators, Teachers, Parents, Mental Health Professional

Additional

Tools

2 reviews for I Choose Self-Control Board

  1. Heather Bouwman
    February 24, 2022
    This is a wonderful tool to walk kids through the process of emotional regulation!
    Helpful?
    0 0
    Annette Bloomfield
    September 5, 2021
    Awesome self regulation tool!
    This product works great for a child having a meltdown and feels unable to express themself! When kids are given choices to choose how they feel they ...More
    This product works great for a child having a meltdown and feels unable to express themself! When kids are given choices to choose how they feel they start to feel like others may understand. Then we ask them, what will help you calm down? The caregiver ours the appropriate choices at the bottom to choose from. Very helpful!
    Helpful?
    0 0
Add a review

Your email address will not be published.