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Anger Management Workbook for Kids: A Cool Kid Journal

Anger Management Workbook for Kids: A comprehensive resource to help kids develop coping skills for anger that includes educational content, journaling pages, worksheets, and anger management cards. 

 Have you been asking yourself any of these questions:

  • How do I teach my child to control their anger?
  • What activities could teach kids some coping skills for anger?
  • How do I help my child with anger issues?

I hope my blog articles have answered those questions for you and helped you work with your kids or students on coping skills development.

I wanted to take it one step further and create a resource that captured all those tips, advice, and strategies in a kid-friendly package.

And, I hope you will love it!
A Cool Kid Journal is:

  • a workbook
  • a journal
  • coping cards (70!),

ALL IN ONE (121 fun colorful pages that include educational content, worksheets, journaling pages, and coping cards)

A Cool Kid Journal is a journey to emotional self-regulation, presented as a fun journal.

Anger Management Workbook for Kids and Calm Down Cards

Anger Management Workbook for Kids

This comprehensive resource is structured in three parts:

  • Understanding Anger
  • Anger Coping Strategies
  • Anger Coping Cards

In the COOL KID JOURNAL, Mike, a 12-year-old boy who used to have anger issues, shares with your child all the healthy coping strategies that have helped him and his buddies learn to tame their angry monster.

Let’s explore the anger workbook in more detail

1. Understanding Anger

The first part answers important questions, like:

  • What is anger?
  • What are my anger triggers?
  • What are my anger warning signs?
  • Anger Behaviors

It also has two anger trackers

2. Anger Coping Strategies

The second part explores different anger management strategies and why those strategies work.

There are 11 coping strategies for anger:

  • Problem-solving
  • Self-instructions
  • Asking for help/sharing
  • Breathing techniques
  • Relaxation strategies
  • Dealing with our thoughts
  • Taking breaks
  • Burning out anger
  • Sensory strategies
  • Massage
  • Yoga

Each of these eleven coping categories is broken into different strategies or techniques, so the diary presents 70 activities.

3. Anger Coping Cards 

There are a total of 70 anger coping cards (70 calm down cards as per the strategies explored in part 2)

The main focus is the development of coping skills for anger, so part 2 is the most important part of this book.
Each coping strategy that they will learn in part 2 comes with its own calm down card in part 3 (they are shown as a medium-size “thumbnail” in the coping strategies section, so you will easily recognize them)
Coping cards can be useful tools for anybody needing support when making coping choices.
The picture below shows how parts 2 ad 3 of this workbook connect:

anger workbook_part 2 anger management strategies_part 3 calm down cards

And last, but not least, this product comes in 3 presentations!
1.     Letter size (8.5 in x 11 in)- PDF printing quality – this is the paper size used in the USA
2.     A4 size (21cm x 29,7 cm)- PDF printing quality
3.     Editable PDF – standard quality- this version allows you to fill in the journals and worksheets using your PFD reader- It doesn’t include the Calm Down Cards, as those should be printed from one of the quality printing PDFs (either letter size or A4 size versions)
Are you interested in this cool anger management workbook for kids? You can buy it  HERE


If your kids’ anger management problems are difficult to manage you need to seek professional help.

Tantrums and meltdowns may be absolutely normal. But there are also cases in which those episodes are very intense or happen too often.

A health professional will also assess if they are developmentally appropriate.

Some of the reason why aggressive behaviors may be present can be:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Autism
  • ADHD
  • Sensory processing issues
  • Anxiety

You need professional help to assess if there is an underlying problem that requires specific interventions.

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