Materials, Social Skills, Therapy Ideas

Describing and Solving Problems: Emotional Regulation Activities

  1. Suzanne Roberts says:

    This is a great post! I purchased your product and have used it with a few groups already but the additional ideas in this post are really helpful. I have been an SLP for many years and I love following all of these great blogs for new ideas. It really has made my planning so much easier which means I have more to give to my kiddos. Thanks for sharing and doing such great stuff!

  2. Carly says:

    I love this packet! I also love all of your ideas you have included! Thank you!

  3. Lizzy says:

    Such a great packet. Thank you for making it available on TpT. Your copyright notes are HILARIOUS! I am a general education teacher, but my second graders really struggle with this topic. Can’t wait to use it!

  4. Harley says:

    You are seriously AMAZING!!

  5. Jenna says:

    Hi CF here 🙂 – how do you incorporate this area into a goal?

  6. Nicole says:

    Hi Shannon,

    What are you sending home for carryover work? Just the visuals? I am having trouble having kiddos carry this skill over outside of the speech room and in real-time #speechproblemnumberone

  7. Aimee says:

    Hi, Did you update the “I can be the size of the problem detective” book? I had a different version that I am looking for. If so, can I still get a copy of the original? Thanks, Aimee

    • Shannon says:

      Yes I did! The original is no longer available but I’m pretty sure most of it went into the new one! 🙂

  8. Laura says:

    I am a counselor and used this for my emotional regulation group with adults who have intellectual disabilities. I struggle to find curriculum that is age appropriate. With a few changes this worked well! Thanks!

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