Coping Skills for Kids Activity Books include My Happiness Journal, Distraction Detour, Relaxation Round-Up, and Processing Feelings. Coping Skills for Kids employs a unique method that bring order to chaos by identifying a coping style - or several - your child, student, or client relates to. This quickly sorts out skills that work best, rather than taking a hit-or-miss approach.
The activity books allow more in-depth exploration of each coping style
- Coping Skills for Kids Activity Books: My Happiness Journal
- When you are feeling sad or upset, a good coping skill to try is thinking of things that make you happy. But it can be hard to remember the good stuff in those tough moments. An easy way to remember is to draw or write about what makes you happy, capture happy memories, and look at keepsakes from those fantastic times. By using this journal, you can keep track of all the things that make you smile and bring you joy.
- Coping Skills for Kids Activity Books: Distraction Detour
- The Coping Skills for Kids Activity Book: Distraction Detour focuses on the Distraction Coping Style � detouring and holding a child�s attention when they might otherwise be fixated or �stuck� on a particular stressor. This coping style focuses on playful, fun activities that relieve worry. In the Distraction Detour activity book, there are plenty of different ways to distract children when they need it. It includes coping strategies like playing, using your imagination and being creative. One benefit of play is that it helps kids learn how to self-regulate and manage stress by setting a problem aside and coming back to it when they are better prepared. Play is enormously powerful in helping kids manage their feelings.
- Coping Skills for Kids Activity Books: Relaxation Round-Up
- This activity book focuses on Relaxation Coping Style. It includes strategies like deep breathing, mindfulness and grounding techniques, and several pages with prompts to use their imagination, draw, color, or write. here are also opportunities to write things like song lyrics and positive thoughts that can help them as they go through their day to day life.
- Coping Skills for Kids Activity Books: Processing Feelings
- This book helps children explore a range of emotions with a variety of activities. The activities help kids identify what they are feeling, and recognize that they can intervene with a coping skill before their emotions become difficult to manage.