More “Don’t Be An Angry Bird” Printables

I have finished the newest “Don’t Be An Angry Bird: Lessons on Anger Management for Kids” printables. There are some new pages to be added to the original printable book. These are not intended to just be worksheets, but as a tool to discuss anger with your children. There are also new posters in black and white and color that I am adding to our wiki.

To download these free files, click HERE. You will be redirected to our site’s wiki where you can download any and all anger management for kids files!

sample page from our “Don’t Be An Angry Bird” printable book for kids

I am in AWE with how quickly this idea is spreading. Thanks so much for your sweet comments- I read every one and am so excited that so many of you are able to help your kiddos understand and deal with their anger.

As always- Happy TEACHing!

 

UPDATE:

Click HERE to download the Angry Bird PDF pages (much easier than using the WIKI!)

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22 thoughts on “More “Don’t Be An Angry Bird” Printables

  1. Danielle

    Thanks so much for expanding on your idea. I used some of your ideas with my kids already and it went over so well. I will definitely use your new printables.

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  2. Randi S

    thank you for this! My older son loves Angry Birds (he’s played it twice lol) and he has quite the temper. I hope he’ll understand these printables (he’s 4yo).

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  3. Anonymous

    Thanks for this, it is truly inspired work especially as there is so little around for younger children. My 6 year old loves angry birds so this will resonate with him and hopefully help him.

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  4. Traci

    Thank you so much for this! Im a school counselor at an elementary school and the kids totally buy into this! It ties into everything i already teach!

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  5. Anonymous

    LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!! I work in day treatment and the kids loved the lesson I did using your materials a few weeks ago! I can’t wait to add these additional resources to their packets. Thank you soooo much!

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  6. Fiona

    I have a child with ADHD and this is the best way I have come across to break down his anger and to get him to understand the causes and how to avoid situations that get him in lots of trouble. Thank you so much for sharing this with everyone.

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  7. Trudy

    Keri,
    I have been collecting lesson ideas, learning activities and reviews to complement the “Angry Birds” app and this is the best work and use of this app to extend learning for kids that I have seen. You can see the other posts I have found on my pinterest account. Needless to say, I will be pinning your posts as well. I am a school principal of a very large primary school and will be passing on your resources with my staff (over 60 teachers). Thank you for generously sharing a brilliant idea and teaching strategy.
    Warm Regards
    Trudy
    http://pinterest.com/fingerpprojects/

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  8. Kathleen

    Thank you for sharing your great ideas. We use the materials from “We Choose Virtues” to guide our kiddos in the better direction (I am a former teacher too.) We Choose Virtues has both a secular and faith based version. It’s outstanding at intentionally making kids aware of behavior and better choices. Your Angry Birds lessons will fit nicely in our work on the virtue of self-control. Grateful for your generosity and great ideas!

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  9. onehipmama

    Wow!!! I just presented this lesson to my sixth graders last month! I thought my “idea” was soooo original!! You know how teachers are ; )
    I can’t wait to use your printables to extend my lesson. Thanks!!!

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  10. onehipmama

    Wow! I just taught this lesson in October and thought I was being soooo original! You know how teachers are ; )
    I can’t wait to use your activities to extend the lesson. Thank you!

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  11. Mary

    Thank you so much for all you do! I am creating a similar book for a self-control group I’m about to start, can you please tell me what font you used for your angry birds booklet. It’s hard to find fonts with g’s and a’s like out students learn them.

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  13. Jessica

    Wow! Thanks so much for supplying this awesome resource for free! This will be a great activity to do with the kids.

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  14. Tammy

    Thank you! Will be using this for our family home evening. It’s an amazing lesson not only for the kids but also for us adults.

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