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Anger Triggers Worksheet

Anger Triggers Worksheet


Worksheet in which children should think about things that have made them angry in the past and what they could have done to avoid getting angry.


Why do you need this?

Reflecting on past anger triggers empowers children to develop strategies for emotional regulation. By identifying alternative responses to anger-inducing situations, they learn to manage their emotions more effectively and react in a calmer, more constructive manner.


Engaging in self-reflection and exploring strategies for managing anger fosters personal growth and development. Children learn valuable life skills such as problem-solving, empathy, and resilience, which contribute to their overall emotional intelligence and well-being.


How and when might you use this?

This worksheet can be used in a variety of ways:

· During classroom discussions about emotions and behaviour management.

· Guided group activities

· Counselling sessions with students struggling with anger management to explore personalized coping strategies.

· Following a conflict or behavioural incident as a tool for self-reflection.

· This worksheet could be used proactively with students as a preventative measure to promote self-awareness and emotional regulation.

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