Emotional Management Resources

Help your child learn about emotions by playing the "Emotion Dice Game".
 A matching game using human faces expressing different emotions.

A matching game to help encourage your child to look at faces more closely.

A tip sheet on teaching your child to identify and understand the emotions of others

Sometimes an individual with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may know that s/he needs a break or requires help but may be unable to appropriately (i.e., without behavior) indicate that need to others.

Glassman vs SuperFlex! (Madrigal & Winner 2008) – Comic Strip template

SuperFlex (Madrigal & Winner 2008) Character Simple Definitions for Elementary Kids

Parent Letter explaining SuperFlex’s (Madrigal & Winner, 2008) “Glasssman” and “Rock Brain”

Social Story about staying calm in mainstream with a HS Musical “Gabriella” theme

PowerPoint for Kids to teach about Impulse Control

Problem Continuum updated.pdf

Trevor Grieve Blue Day Book for Kids

Eye region Emotion photos

Student Eyeballl Photo Sheet.pdf

Facial Feature Game

Emotion Scrapbook Template – for non-v cues, synonyms, and application to selfFacial Feature Game

5 Point Scale Group Check-in

Big Medium Little Problem – 5 Levels – Visual

Emotion Journal half sheets

Feelings House

Self-Reflection about My School Day

Understanding = Helping(part 1)

Stress Reduction Strategies for Children (part 2)

see also:


Keep Your Cool

Calming Choices

Calming Down - Younger Child

Consequence Steps

Listening to the Whole Story

When I Feel Angry

Recess - Triceratops

Everybody Thinks Differently

Green Words and Red Words

Making Good Decisions

Being a Man

Sometimes I Feel Sad

Listening to My Body

When I Feel Like Leaving

It's Too Noisy

Taking Breaks

Calming the Wiggles

Green Words and Red Words

Understanding, Responding to, and Describing Emotions Using Photos

Print these ready to use communication tools.

It is important for students to learn to handle their behavior and their emotions in socially appropriate ways. Picture cues can be important tools to help them learn how to manage environments or interact with other people. Print these pictures to help students during situations that are challenging for them.