What Makes Me Angry - Student 2
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Directions: It is important to understand the signs your body gives you to help you know you are getting angry. Think about what signs your body gives you that you are starting to become angry. Check or circle the signs below.
Directions: What are your anger buttons? Think about what makes you angry. Here are some ideas.
|Being teased||Being told no|
|Not getting to do what I want||Schoolwork|
|When the room gets too noisy||Not being first|
|Unfair rules||Losing a game|
Directions: Coping skills are strategies we use to help us calm down. Look at the coping skills below. Which ones help you calm down when you are becoming angry? Cut out the ones that help you the most. Put them in a place where you can use them when you start to feel angry.
Examples: tape on students' desk, wear them on a lanyard
Student Activity Sheet C can be found at: https://www.silassolutions.com/files/Silas/Lessons/51.pdf
Directions: In the scripts below, circle in purple two nouns that name a person and one noun that names a place. Circle in red two verbs.
A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea
A verb verb describes an action, a state, or an occurrence.
Directions: Answer the following questions.