Muscle Memory Book

Muscle Memory Book

When learning things like how to ride a bike or play the piano, it is important to practice. Practice helps us to build muscle memory in our brains so that we can do things more easily and skillfully. When it comes to regulating our emotions, the learning process is...
My Calming Skills

My Calming Skills

Mightier teaches deep breathing, crossing the midline, progressive muscle relaxation, and mindful tracing, but there are many more skills that kids can use to bring their heart rates down! Kids are creative and know their bodies best. Use the empty Gizmos on the...
Heart Rate Science Lab

Heart Rate Science Lab

Here’s a fun way to learn even more about heart rate while getting out some energy! Put on the HR monitor & open up to Mightier City. You’ll only be looking at the gizmo for now. Discuss each activity. Which will get you to the red the fastest? Rate it with...

Daily Feelings Tracker

Help Kids to Track Their Feelings Throughout the Day   Sometimes it can be hard for kids to identify if their day was a “good day” or a “bad day.” Use this tool to help your child break down and understand how they felt throughout the day....

Weekly Progress Tracker

Helping Kids to Track Their Social Emotional Goals   Kids are constantly striving to get better at skills like keeping a calm body, using a quiet voice, and being a good friend. Use this sheet to help your child better understand their own goals and where they...

Deep Breathing Activities

Fun Ways to Practice Deep Breathing   We all know that deep breathing is important and can help manage strong emotions, but having kids practice deep breathing can be really difficult. Use these strategies to help kids visualize and practice deep breathing in a...

Deep Touch Pressure

Deep Touch Pressure as a Regulation Strategy   A high five. A pat on the back. A shoulder squeeze. A hug. It’s amazing how touch can have such a powerful effect on how we feel. What if your child could use touch to calm him or herself down when they felt...

My Triggers

Helping Kids to Understand Their Triggers   We all have things that make us feel upset or uncomfortable. For kids, this may be harder to identify. Use this list of situations to help you and your child understand how they feel. Have them rate each of the items...

Managing Fear

Understanding Your Child’s Fears   Most of us are afraid of something- whether it is spiders, the dark, or jumping off the high-dive. While some fears are healthy because they keep us safe, others only hold us back. A great way to get over a fear is to talk...