Strategies for Oppositional Kids

Our spirited kids are the ones you need us the most even though they test us the most.

START A FRESH EVERY DAY is my favourite from the image below from @pathway2success.

Some great strategies

On this post on @lizard_learning Instagram, jem_honor wrote that her favourite strategies for helping her oppositional kids were; building relationships, empathy, teaching coping strategies and basic self-regulation such as deep breathing and remaining calm so kids can mirror.

Which strategy do you use or like the most when working with students who are oppositional in their behaviour?





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