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Coping Skills for Kids (11)

A great range of materials produced by Janine Halloran at www.copingskillsforkids.com. 

Coping Skills for Kids provides products and resources to help kids learn to cope with the daily challenges of life. The products are made to be used with either a family member or another trusted adult, like a school counselor or therapist.

Coping Cue Cards - PROCESSING

$35.00 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDDP

Coping Cue Cards - MOVEMENT

$35.00 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDDM

Coping Cue Cards - SENSORY

$35.00 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDDS

Coping Cue Cards - DISTRACTION

$35.00 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDDD

Coping Cue Cards - RELAXATION

$35.00 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDDR

Coping Cue Cards - Set of 5 Decks

$159.50 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDD5

Breathing Posters -Set of 4 - A3 laminated

$76.95 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDP4

Breathing Posters - Star Breathing - A3 laminated

$21.95 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDPR

Breathing Posters - Triangle Breathing - A3 laminated

$21.95 AUD inc GST
SKU: CDPT


Coping Skills For Kids

Practical Ways to Help Kids Cope with Stress, Anxiety, and Anger

We provide some great materials from www.copingskillsforkids.com to help children learn how to cope with the daily challenges of life. These products can be used both at home and in the classroom.



Coping Strategies for Kids

Just like adults, kids often experience different feelings and emotions in a day - from being bored, anxious, sad, disappointed, embarrassed, and scared. Experiencing such changing emotions and feelings without knowing how to deal with them can be challenging and complicated. They need to understand and learn to healthily manage these changing emotions. You can help kids learn to identify and express their feelings by teaching them coping skills.

Coping skills are optimal strategies used to manage a child's feelings and handle their stress levels. With coping strategies, kids can learn how to face their fears, calm anxiety or stress, and cheer themselves up. Healthy coping skills allow kids to control their overwhelming emotions and act responsibly. By using healthy coping skills, you can build and implement healthy habits in a child’s life.


How Do You Teach Coping Skills?

These products and resources from Coping Skills help to teach the skills. There are various approaches that can be used to teach coping skills:


By Practising It Yourself

Adults' habits and preaching can highly influence kids. Children watch, learn, and implement ways to cope with their emotions and feelings from adults around them. When you practice coping skills yourself, chances are kids will follow your path and start to implement the strategy in their lives.

Ensure Peace and Calmness

Peace and calmness are two critical factors when teaching coping skills. Ensure peace and calmness first before introducing a new coping skill to avoid the rejection of learning.


Use Different Coping Strategies

Every child’s choices, style, taste, and problems differ from one another. No one coping strategy will work for all children, so you should teach a child different coping strategies to determine which work best at any given time.


Maintain Daily Routine

Practising coping skills should become a daily habit or part of a kid's everyday life. By doing so, children will be more likely to use those skills inadvertently.


Common FAQ

1. What are various types of coping strategies?
  • Labelling feelings and emotions
  • Practising breathing exercise
  • Creating artwork
  • Learning positive self-talk
  • Play music or watch videos
2. What are coping skills for children?

Coping skills are strategies that can help kids handle their difficult situations and healthily manage overwhelming emotions.


3. How do I teach my child coping skills?
  • Help them identify the feeling or emotion
  • Allow them to feel bad
  • Praise them for using coping skills
  • Watch for escapism

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