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Lifeofalearningmentor

Welcome to my shop, thankyou for stopping by. Most of my resources are centred around wellbeing, SEMH, strategies, resilience, regulation, emotions, emotional literacy, behaviour and 1:1 planning/activities. If you have any requests please let me know :)

Welcome to my shop, thankyou for stopping by. Most of my resources are centred around wellbeing, SEMH, strategies, resilience, regulation, emotions, emotional literacy, behaviour and 1:1 planning/activities. If you have any requests please let me know :)
Impulse control work book
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Impulse control work book

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13 page workbook surrounding exploring our impulse control. Excellent work book if your planning to do zones of regulation/5 point scale work, to help the child explore their feelings and reactions. Impulsivity can be presented in numerous ways, and it is important for us to work out what triggers a child has in order for us to fully support them and which strategies may be beneficial . THIS RESOURCE IS A WORD DOCUMENT, AND EDITABLE. This 13 page work book includes. Title page Self control Where do i feel Strengths and qualities Triggers What face can i see in the mirror Thought bubbles Impulses in context Stop, think and go What can i control Strategies Emotion volcano Scenarios Mindful colouring/rate yourself If you do decide to purchase this resource or download any of my other resources, I would be grateful if you could take a few moments to leave a review. Thank you :)
Calm down corners resources.
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Calm down corners resources.

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Calm corners/areas promote and support wellbeing and regulation. It is important to offer children a space or toolbox to calm when they begin to become overwhelmed with emotions. When we feel large emotions, angry, sad, frightened etc This can trigger our fight our flight response, when this happens our breath becomes shallower and faster, as it sends oxygen into our arms and legs to prepare our body to “fight” the addition of the calm corner/area supports our children to take steps to help calm their bodies to prevent them entering crisis, or to assist them in calming their mind and bodies down during a crisis. This resource includes: Calm corner lettering, Three tasks to calm task board, along with green ticks to place over once completed. Mindful colouring title sheet and 4 colouring pages Grounding actvities title sheet and 3 activities. A5 keep growing poster A5 Emoji feelings sheet oPsitive affirmations Proud actviity label to place on or above a jar. Breathing excersices, with a title page and 5 breathing excersices. Think of this as a basic start up calm corner resources pack.
Sensory Toolkit
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Sensory Toolkit

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I have created this Sensory toolkit to support educators. I hope it will help professionals to identify sensory needs, and to develop a effective sensory diet. The Booklet contains the following; Brief overview of sensory, A basic sensory profile tool, A sensory environment checklist, Sensory diet example, Sensory diet template, Visuals for a sensory diet, A small selection of some of my favourite activities/recipes. PLEASE NOTE: I am not a ‘expert’ in sensory, but have been on a number of training courses, researched and spoken to different professional prior to developing this toolkit. I would also recommend to seek advice/support from an OT or your schools advisory networks. However this tool kit can be valuable at identifying a sensory needs and will support you to begin putting support in place. If you go ahead and purchase. I would love for you to leave review, so I can take note of any feedback.
Calm Zone Cards (portable)
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Calm Zone Cards (portable)

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In addition to my Calm down Corners Resource pack, I have created these portable cards. These have similar activities that the resource pack features but on handy cards perfect to take on School trips, out on the playground, or to take on out of school activities such as swimming. I prefer to laminate and hole punch the bottom and attach to a ring for a key chain. You can even add a fidgit tool. The resource is editable so you can add or change to meet the needs of your students or children. (Please note: This resource is a word document. All document is alligned correctly however on some images it may appear as if it is not.) If you have any trouble please do contact me and let me know. Calm areas promote and support wellbeing and regulation. It is important to offer children a space or toolbox to calm when they begin to become overwhelmed with emotions. When we feel large emotions, angry, sad, frightened etc This can trigger our fight our flight response, when this happens our breath becomes shallower and faster, as it sends oxygen into our arms and legs to prepare our body to ‘fight’ the addition of the calm corner/area supports our children to take steps to help calm their bodies to prevent them entering crisis, or to assist them in calming their mind and bodies down during a crisis. If you do purchase any of my resources, then please leave a review below. You can also check out my Instagram page, if you would like to know more about my resources and how i use them. https://www.instagram.com/lifeofalearningmentor/
Behaviour:  Iceberg worksheet.
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Behaviour: Iceberg worksheet.

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Recognising and understanding our own feelings and our actions is so important for children. Everyone finds different ways to manage their emotions so they feel safe and protected but, people can act in very different ways. This worksheet is to support children/staff and parents but, can be used in many different ways. Some of the ways I used this worksheet; After a crisis moment, when the child is calm. ( along side a comic strip) To support in discussing and gaining understanding of what happened on the surface and underneath. During a block of work surrounding emotional literacy. I like to do this activity at the beginning and towards the end of a block of work as i find it can also be great evidence for progress of their understanding.
Small Resilience  Kit ( Resources, activities and worksheets)
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Small Resilience Kit ( Resources, activities and worksheets)

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Resilience is important mostly for our mental health. It’s such an important life skill. Building resilience in children is important as it helps them to overcome obstacles more easily and gives them the ability to bounce back!. This resource includes: strategy spinner affirmations worksheet exploring what we can do and how we feel Worksheet exploring what we can and cannot control What is resilience worksheet. If you do decide to purchase or download any of my resources, I would be very grateful if you could spare a few moments to leave a review. I would love to hear any feedback.
Comic strip conversation Template
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Comic strip conversation Template

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2 sided Template with prompts for comic strip conversations. and one side for recording details and notes from the conversation. Supports in discussing and explaining events with children. Can be used for many reasons: To give children an opportunity to explain events from their point of view. To develop self-care skills, for example how to clean teeth etc. To help someone understand how others might respond or feel in different situations. To help develop children’s understanding of how others may have different perspectives To encourage and support with changes As a behavioural strategy e.g what to do when upset etc… I personally find comic strip conversations a fantastic strategy when dealing with incidents between children and incorporating a restorative practice. If you decided to go ahead and download the resource, I would appreciate if you could leave a review and let me know your thoughts and how you have used it. If you would like to see more, or interested in how i use my resources in a variety of ways please have a look on my instagram @lifeofalearningmentor
Worry Box
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Worry Box

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Simple worry box, easy to add into any classroom, just explain its purpose and how to use it with your group, and pop some pens and post it’s next to it. Small enough for children to have on their own desks, and decorate however you like. ( Cut the black rectangle out for children to be able to post their worries inside, and glue together.)
Praise Cards  ( Pack of 10)
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Praise Cards ( Pack of 10)

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Selection of 10 Praise cards to use within your classroom. These postcards are made to cover a wide range of areas from learning, to overcoming obstacles to managing emotions. Praise is one of the simplest and most powerful tools we can use to engage and motivate our children. These cards support in developing positive relationships with students and families, supports in praising children with lower self esteem who may not appreciate praise in front of the whole class and they support and foster a growth mindset and most importantly it is a positive interaction. They are a quick and easy way to give positive praise. Simply print write a note on the back and hand to the student or pop a stamp on and turn it into a postcard and send home.
Intervention tracking document and file cover.
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Intervention tracking document and file cover.

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Easy to use Intervention file cover and tracking document. Designed to be quick and easy to complete either electronically or by hand. The tracking document is designed to keep track of weekly interventions one document will cover weekly sessions for up to 8 weeks. The file cover is a small overview where can write child’s name and interventions they have completed or currently doing as well as star and end dates so you can see this at a glance. Designed to be used across a range of interventions. I have included a PDF and Word document within the downloads. Therefore you can choose which will work best for you in your setting.
Worry flow chart/ tree
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Worry flow chart/ tree

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Visual resource to support children with anxieties or worries. Space for a child/adult to fill in strategies that they find works for them. Supports young people to answer a series of questions about their worries, and challenge whether it is something they can control. If not reminding the young person to try to let go of their worries and reminding them of their strategies to help relax them. If they do control their worries, reminding young people to make a plan and action it. Reminding them to refer to their strategies after to help them relax so they continue and move on with their day. Prints well in A4 and A5.
How do you see yourself worksheet
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How do you see yourself worksheet

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A worksheet which helps children describe how they feel about themselves, and how they feel they are seen by family and friends. Important resource for building confidence or highlighting areas to focus on.