How Big Is My Problem? Thermometer

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  • , rated this resource Jun 18th
  • I have used the editable version for individual children who struggle with coping with their feelings. Under each number I have written the strategy the child uses when the feel their anger rising. eg: under number 3 I need to do my breathing exercises, number 4 I need to watch sit quietly and watch my bubble tower and number 5 I need to go for a walk.
    This is great because each child can have their own strategies that work for them on their own feelings thermometer.
    Thank you :)

    , Sep 7th
    • Hi Lisamarie,
      You're very welcome :)

      , Sep 7th
  • To help my 1-2-1 show his emotions and to help make his problems small

    , Dec 14th
This visual support intends to help students to evaluate how appropriate their reactions are to their problems. This strategy can be used with individual students or with the whole class. Move the arrow to indicate the size of the problem.
This resource is available in Standard and Editable.
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    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Oct 20th
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Oct 16th
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