Monday, April 8, 2013


Self-control is a big issue with some of my students.  They can go from 0 - 60 in no time.  This worksheet talks about what happens to us when we lose control.  It also gives examples of what we can do instead or before we lose control.


  1. I am so excited to have found your blog (thanks to a google search). I also teach high school special education and it looks like we do a lot of similat things. I look forward to checking out your blog more when I am not at work :)

  2. Thanks Breezy, I love finding other teachers that have similar classrooms!

  3. This is great! I found your blog through another sped teacher's blog. I am also a special ed teacher in KY. I love the worksheets that you have made...I can see my self using this self control one for sure!
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  4. Kim I would love to be added to your blog! I am going to go check out yours now. I love how you all have other bloggers on your blogs! I haven't quite figured that out, but would love to. If it's not that hard maybe someone could email me and show me how? I would appreciate it!!

  5. Terrific worksheet. My son is 13 and his self-control issue is about anxiety and his own fear of self-harm. Would love to see an anxiety-self-control version of the worksheet. He's doing great in so many ways but this is really dogging him this summer.