This is an 80- page impulse control journal for kids to keep track of their day. Included are 30 Drawing Journal Pages to reflect and pinpoint individual strategies. Students will love the 28 Journal Lists so kids can write quick checklists regarding strengths, qualities, supports, areas of need, and insights. There are 8 Journaling worksheets to pinpoint coping skills, feelings, emotions, and strategies that work for the individual.
Therapists, teachers, and parents will love the Daily and Weekly tracking sheets for keeping track of tasks and goals. The Mindset, Vision, and Habit pages are perfect for helping kids make an impact. Included are self-evaluation sheets to self-reflect and identify when inhibition is hard and what choices look like, and daily tracker pages so the child can keep track of their day. Kids can complete task lists to monitor chores and daily tasks so it gets done every day.
This packet includes printable journal pages to help improve new habits. Additional charts and guides for monitoring impulse control are included so the child can improve their self-confidence. Resources include strategy journal pages, goal sheets, tools for improving mindset to help kids create a set of coping strategies that work for their needs.
- 12 page impulse control journal for kids to keep track of their day
- Encouragement cards that can be cut out and laminated
- Daily Must-Do sheets for keeping track of tasks
- Daily Chore Charts
- Weekly Goal Sheet
- Daily Goal Sheet
- Daily Journal Sheets
The impulse control journal is perfect for kids who:
- Grab items from other kids
- Lack a sense of personal boundaries
- Show poor self-regulation of emotions and sensory input
- Have difficulties with delayed gratification
- Struggle with carryover of impulsivity strategies into general situations
- Interrupt others or act out in the classroom
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