1. Begin this activity by printing the “Let It Go” worksheet and discussing with your child what are some things they wish they could change.
2. Work together to decide which things are out of your child’s control, and explain that it is good to let go of things we cannot control because the only person we can control is ourselves.
3. Using the “Let It Go” worksheet can be a great start to acknowledging your child’s stressors that may or may not be out of their control. This activity allows you and your child to work together in deciding on what things are worthy of “letting go” of because it is completely out of their control.
4. This worksheet works as a therapeutic activity that encourages your child to accept that there are certain situations and things in life that are out of their control- and that is okay. “Letting go” of things we cannot control is a great way to welcome positive thinking and accept that some things are just out of our control.
5. This work sheet can be done by using words or drawings. After your child completes the worksheet, encourage your child to discuss the memories or situations that they are letting go of and that they no longer have to feel responsible for them.
Everyone gets angry sometimes, but having a hot temper isn't cool. We can't take our anger out on other people when we are mad. it's important to remember to take control of our anger level.