'I Can Calm Myself Down' Prompt Cards


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I Can Calm Myself Down Prompt Cards - SEN, Calm, behaviour management, autism, autistic, calming strategies, think what I am saying, count to 10, deep breath, good hands and feet

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  • May 25th

    For my classroom toolbox where my kindergarten students can go when they are upset and need to calm down. I have different resources in their to help them solve problems and self-regulate.

  • Apr 26th

    Teaching calming skills for emotional wellness.

  • Apr 21st

    Awesome resource tool

  • Apr 21st

    asc pupil. teaching how to manage his anger

  • Apr 21st

    Thank you for sharing this free resource, it will be utilised in my calm corner.

  • Mar 31st

    Thank you! I am hoping this might be a nice tool to use during group time as we think about ways to overcome getting angry and hurting others.

  • Mar 15th

    I would like to use it for teaching my son

  • Feb 11th

    Can be placed in a cool down corner as a visual reference.

  • Feb 9th

    These are perfect for working with children to help cope with anger. Thank you

  • Feb 5th

    i would use this for my son in school that has special needs

  • Feb 2nd

    I would use this in individual work with students, who need extra support in calming down strong emotions during class work.

  • Jan 25th

    Great resource

  • Jan 25th

    Great prompt response from Twinkl. All printed off and ready for my pupil to use. Thank you very much I will use these as prompt cards for a particular pupil who struggles with anger management.

  • Dec 16th

    I have a series of books on feeling angry and this will supplement my worksheets. Thanks

  • Dec 11th

    I can not wait to use these for my take a break spot!

  • Dec 8th

    I will use this resource for my special need students.

  • Dec 7th

    I am planning to use this resource to support scholars who get angry quickly and are unable to come up with a solution to their anger or problem.

  • Dec 5th

    I have a student with major behavior problems when he gets upset - hopefully these will help him.

  • Nov 30th

    for my safe place

  • Nov 24th

    use as visuals for student with impulsive behaviors

  • Nov 14th

    I have some students that become frustrated and have a hard time controlling themselves so these posters will come in very handy.

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  • Nov 9th

    To use as visuals to limit verbal with students

  • Oct 9th

    Very Useful Resource! :)

  • Oct 5th

    For kids who aren't coping with their anger

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  • Aug 4th

    a child who has anger management issues due to frustration at being unable to express himself

  • Jun 11th


    • Jun 11th

      Hi RobynLeah,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 2nd

    To support students with self regulation issues in conjunction with the poster

  • May 20th

    Coping Strategies in take a break area

  • Apr 17th

    coping strategies

  • Apr 13th

    These will be very useful for a few children that I have in my grade.

  • Apr 6th

    Teaching Calm Down Strategies

  • Mar 22nd

    autistic child

  • Mar 14th

    teaching strategies to calm down

  • Jan 23rd

    My daughter is 8 and I suspect high-functioning ASD. The SENCO at school has suggested visual communication to help manage outbursts and withdrawals whilst we have a very long wait for our referral for help.

  • Apr 2nd

    Wow ! Nice resource ! We are learning the breathing system in class and some children will need this... one is hyperactive and another one is just always moving around ! I could show them this poster each time they need it ! Thanks a lot for sharing !

  • Feb 3rd

    This was very useful when I have some children that have been in a fight. Thank you!

    Miss Buxton

  • Oct 1st

    very useful.

'I Can Calm Myself Down' Prompt Cards

'I Can Calm Myself Down' Prompt Cards - A set of helpful prompt card, visually showing children strategies to help to calm themselves down. Simply laminate, attach together and the child can have their own set of prompts. Fab!
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