- The Teachers facilitation guide focuses on children’s emotional development and self regulation skills. Teachers are given an easy to implement guidebook for teaching these strategies and skills essential for a creating a peaceful and happy classroom.
- The Feelings Wheel helps children identify their feelings and engages the thinking part of their brain, which can then lead to self regulation.
- Five Breaths Visual Support: Taking deep breaths and blowing out will stimulate the parasympathetic response in our bodies, which decreas-es oxygen consumption, slows down heart rate, decreases blood pressure and muscle tension and calms the mind.
- Calm Down Social Book: A Calm Down Social Story supports the calming process by providing step by step information of the process, using pictures and oﬀering choices.
- Calming Strategy Cards: 17 Calming Strategy Cards provide visual options and choices of activities giving children multiple options for calming themselves.
- Perhaps I’ll Be an Orpple story book provides lessons about being unique, special and respecting all others. Book is in English only.
- Self -Talking Phones are great for children to talk to themselves and processing their feelings, is soothing and helps children Calm down.
- Squeeze Balls: When you are stressed or upset, your limbic brain is stimulated, often giving bursts of ﬁght or ﬂight energy. Squeezing and/or pushing/pulling activities will help reduce that energy in your body.