The Emotions Tree is an image that I’ve used to help students identify how they’re feeling about a situation. Once they can associate with the feeling of a person on the emotions tree, we can work together to find the words to describe the feeling.
Identify your triggers. Write them down, then identify your personal coping skills or make a coping tool box. Those coping mechanisms work temporarily. What can you do to transform your trigger to NOT having it at all?
Anatomy of Narcissism v1.0 (iii) – Addiction and Audience
If we made tesselating puzzles, our whole class could be pieces of a larger class puzzle. Parts of my heart - Emotions can be difficult for some students to understand. This activity can help students think about how certain things make them feel.
Over 100 pages of activities to help kids problem solve, understand their thoughts and emotions, and how that impacts their behavior. Perfect set for a school counselor or psychologist working in elementary schools.