Help Dyslexic Child with Anger Management Course for Parents, Carers and Teachers

Welcome to the "Anger Management" course for parents/carers and teachers of dyslexic children.

Easy Manage Anger!

Try 3 activities, 10 minutes per day

Empowering you, to help your dyslexic child regulate their emotions. Helping to stop emotions bottling-up and coming out as angry outbursts.

This easy to follow course will help you:

  • Understand child's anger triggers
  • Get the child to understand and talk about their own feelings
  • Talk more about how negative situations and feelings can be helped.

This course is designed to help you open conversations with the child about their feelings.

What causes Angry Outburst?

A dyslexic child may struggle to control their angry outbursts. Research has shown dyslexic children feel and show their emotions stronger.

Dyslexic children can bottle-up all their feelings and this can lead to angry outbursts.

Behind their anger can be:

  • Fear
  • Frustration
  • Sadness
  • Tiredness
  • Feeling overwhelmed

Talking about emotions can help a child with negative feelings and relieve stress. The activities below will help you open these conversations.

Angry Iceberg Feelings behind anger

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The 3 activities take just 10 mins per day, with easy to follow videos, practical activities and worksheets.

  • Aim to try all 3 activities in 1 week, what days will you do the tasks?
  • Do them with the child, in a quiet place with no distractions.
  • Complete each task on different days, the child may be overwhelmed if you do them all at once.

Remember don't rush in too quickly to solve the child's problems, sometimes it is good to listen!

Task 1 How are you feeling today?

Use Emoji Checkin Card

Help child show and understand how they are feeling

  • Ask the child to show how they are feeling, by pointing at the "Emoji Checkin" card.
  • Ask the child to record this feeling on a piece of paper. They can draw a face, picture or colour.
  • Ask if anything has made the child feel that way today.

The "emoji checkin" can be repeated for 3 days if you choose. See link for handy printable worksheet as below:

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Task 2 Let's talk anger

Use Angry Triggers Card

Understanding the child's anger triggers

  • Complete the "Angry Triggers" card to start a conversation.
  • Use a pen and paper to record what makes the child feel angry.
  • Ask the child if anything else makes them feel angry and write this down.

In task 3 there will be more chance to talk about solutions to anger. See link for handy printable worksheet as below:

Task 3 Can we talk more?

Use with Stinkin Thinking Card

Give child control over negative situations and feelings

  • Talk more about a situation that is making the child feel angry or unhappy. Use "Stinkin Thinking" card.
  • Ask the child what could change, this could be the situation or how the child is feeling. For example having hobbies outside school or talking to teachers could help.
  • Record on a piece of paper. What it is making the child unhappy. How it makes them feel and what can change to help them.

This activity can be repeated everytime the child is feeling unhappy. See link for a handy printable worksheet to use:

How did the course help?

  • Is the child feeling any negative emotions?
  • What is causing the child to feel angry?
  • What will help the child avoid getting angry or unhappy?

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