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Self-Regulation Coping Strategies for Classroom Management Calm Corner Tool



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Used by over 13,500 teachers and school counselors, our bestselling Self-Regulation Coping Strategies for Students resource will help transform your classroom!  Using detailed visual supports, students learn tools to self-regulate, get calm, and focus.  Consequently, helping them to be better ready to learn and get along with others.

The poster, checklist, task cards, and spinner craft are wonderful additions for your trauma sensitive classroom, school counseling office, or Calm Down Corner area.


Why Teach Calming Skills?

Teaching children self-regulation tools helps the thinking part of their brain, the pre-frontal cortex, to remain engaged and in charge. Many of our students need extra support in this area.  They often come to school already in a state of stress. Until we help students regulate their emotions, they will often have a hard time learning and focusing in the classroom.


Ways to Use

Teachers can use this resource as a part of their classroom management and social-emotional curriculum.  While school counselors can use these SEL activities in small groups.  In addition to individual interventions for students who need additional support with self-regulation.

The checklist can also be helpful when devising Behavioral Intervention Plans.  They provide solution-focused, pro-active tools to replace negative behaviors with positive ones, that are even transferrable outside of the classroom.

The checklist, poster, task cards and spinner craft are also perfect additions to any Take A Break, Peace Corner, Zen Zone and Calm Down Station areas in a classroom.

Available in both printable PDF and digital Google Slides™ formats, this SEL resource can be used in in-person classrooms, distance learning, and home.

Looking for more trauma sensitive classroom management tools?  Be sure to check out our FREE SEL resources!

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Product Categories

Best Sellers, Classroom Management, Social Emotional Tools, Feelings + Emotions, Self-Efficacy + Self-Esteem, Individual + Group Counseling, Classroom + Office Decor

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Includes two different illustration styles!


✓ 50 Self-Regulation Coping Skills for School poster, checklist, and interactive digital task cards on Google Slides™


✓Pre-Made Spinners…you just have to cut out and attach with a fastener (4 different feelings wheels and 4 different Coping Strategies Wheels, including General Coping Skills, Strategies for Children Easily Frustrated with School Work, Mindfulness Strategies, and Physical Tension Release Strategies.)

✓ DIY Customizable Spinner Templates

✓ Poster (color & black/white both formatted for 8.5″ X 11″ and 18″ X 24″ printing)

✓ Checklist

✓ Task Cards

✓ BONUS Self-Regulation Coping Skills Dice

✓ All files come in color -and- black/white line art (perfect for coloring)


I use this wheel and checklist with a student who is learning emotional and behavioral skills and coping strategies. It is a great option to redirect, focus, and calm this student down.

-Danielle W.

November 23, 2021, TPT Review



Love this!! Students had so much fun making their wheels and practicing the different coping strategies. Highly recommend!

-Marly T.

November 16, 2021, TPT Review



I used this strategy with a student who has a difficult time remembering their coping strategies. This resource was amazing! The student was so happy to take it home! Thank you.

-Sara M.

October 19, 2021, TPT Review



I got this during a TPT sale and it is definitely worth the price. This is a fun and engaging way for students to learn coping skills

-Anna Y.

October 19, 2021, TPT Review



My students loved cutting out the wheel and exploring different strategies by spinning the wheel. This was great for my students not comfortable sharing with the entire class. Refreshing way to engage students after being out of the classroom for 18 months.

-Linda B.

October 9, 2021, TPT Review


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