40+ things to put in a calm down bin or calm down box for kids with free printable list from And Next Comes L

40+ things to put in a calm down bin or calm down box for kids with free printable list from And Next Comes L

alljoinin.net blog  great infographic for making a calm down box.  Pinned by Autism Classroom News.  See more pins at http://www.pinterest.com/drchrisreeve

alljoinin.net blog great infographic for making a calm down box. Pinned by Autism Classroom News. See more pins at http://www.pinterest.com/drchrisreeve

Calm down kit found on http://mrsjacksonskinders.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/calm-down-kit.html?spref=pi

Calm down kit found on http://mrsjacksonskinders.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/calm-down-kit.html?spref=pi

DIY Calm Down Bottles for the Classroom - 4 ingredients and 4 different recipes to make your own calm down bottles for the classroom

DIY Calm Down Bottles for the Classroom - 4 ingredients and 4 different recipes to make your own calm down bottles for the classroom

Break Box: Sensory Tool Kit - Customize your own Break Box to help students renew concentration, calm down or re-energize for better learning results. (affiliate)

Break Box: Sensory Tool Kit - Customize your own Break Box to help students renew concentration, calm down or re-energize for better learning results. (affiliate)

BreathBox/calmdown box coping skill options. Bubbles help kids breathe deeply So can counting to 10(counting straws) Playdough, a bouncy ball or a smooth stone for rubbing can help get out that extra energy  Some times we just want to be heard.  notepad  pencils/crayons write/draw our feelings talk about them later. (mom im mad)material can be switched out feelings chart, scream pillow prayer/ breathing beads image pictures(detailed), finger labyrinth, squishy ball, animals, clip board books

BreathBox/calmdown box coping skill options. Bubbles help kids breathe deeply So can counting to 10(counting straws) Playdough, a bouncy ball or a smooth stone for rubbing can help get out that extra energy Some times we just want to be heard. notepad pencils/crayons write/draw our feelings talk about them later. (mom im mad)material can be switched out feelings chart, scream pillow prayer/ breathing beads image pictures(detailed), finger labyrinth, squishy ball, animals, clip board books

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