Anger Mgmt for Kids; article with 6 steps: identify anger warnings, recognize potential triggers, develop a feeling vocab, teach healthy anger mgmt skills, use time out when inappropriate anger persists, and create "time on" spots to help alleviate outbursts.
My friend Luke is the bravest person I know. He is the nicest kid I’ve ever met and despite his disability, he is an active member of our school. Luke has Down syndrome but that does not stop him from doing everything anyone else does and he has the best attitude out of anyone. Jackson G. #OneBraveThing