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Helping Students with Self Control

This fun classroom experiment becomes a powerful lesson self control! Teach your kids about the benefits of learning self control with marshmallows!

Sitting still, waiting patiently and thinking things through are tough tasks for many kids. But for kids with self-control issues, weaknesses in those areas can make it hard to learn and make friends.

At a Glance: 3 Types of Self-Control Issues

Self-control is made up of impulse control, emotional control, and movement control. See how self-control issues can play out for your child.

Freebie: This activity is a fun warm up to help children work on impulse control and flexibility.  I made visuals for the night/day activity from Brain Rule...

This activity is a fun warm up to help children work on impulse control and flexibility. I made visuals for the night/day activity from Brain Rule.

These 17 games practice impulse control, paying attention, listening and following directions. Students focus on having to pay close attention to expectations, and override urges in order to make the most appropriate choice about their actions. Games can be conducted with small or large groups, require NO materials or preparation, and most can be played either indoors our outside.

Games that Practice Self-Regulation of Body & Actions

This activity is a fun warm up to help children work on impulse control and flexibility. I made visuals for the night/day activity from Brain Rules as well as created a summer/winter version. Page 3 includes a visual reminder to use to help students remember to think about their answer before blurting a word out, which helps improve their performance.

This activity is a fun warm up to help children work on impulse control and flexibility. I made visuals for the night/day activity from Brain Rules as well as created a summer/winter version. Page 3 includes a visual reminder to use to help students remem

MY MOUTH IS A VOLCANO- PRACTICING SELF- CONTROL IN THE CLASSROOM - TeachersPayTeachers.com

My Mouth is a Volcano- Practicing Self- Control in the Classroom

Self Control Task Cards: 48 cards to teach students about self control and how to use it.

Self Control Task Cards

Teach your kiddos all about impulse control with this hands on learning experience!

Have you ever taught your class about impulse control and not just asked them to have it? Check out this fantastic experiment that drive the idea home!

School Behavior Tips:  Impulse Control for ADHD Children

Impulse-Control Strategies for Students with ADHD

Help children with ADHD think before they act by establishing clear expectations, positive incentives, and predictable consequences for good or bad school behavior.

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