FEELINGS
COPING SKILLS
MINDSET
FRIENDSHIPS
MEMORY
100

Is a constant worry and concern about typical or created situations.

What is Anxiety?

100

When you need to manipulate or move an object in your hands

What is fidget?

100

The ability to develop and evolve yourself and the way you see and handle the world?

What is Growth Mindset?

100

Term used to describe a specific set of people....can you give an example too.

What is a Clique?

-jocks

-popular kids

- troublemakers

- the smart students



100

The support staff that can help you with your schedule now and the support staff that can help you with it when you're in high school.

Who is Mr Picariello and Mrs Rodman?

200

Ongoing sadness that does not seem to go away and makes you feel unmotivated.

What is Depression?

200

What simple thing can you do to slow your rate and decrease your blood pressure?

What is breathe?

200

Name three others words that align with the definition 

Stable, staying in place, firm, rooted, established, set, decided....

200

Name three qualities typically found in strong friendships/relationships?

What is: Common interests, Loyalty, Empathy, Dependability, forgiveness, caring....


200

The support staff who mentioned was in high school when 9/11 happened and didn't have phone to check social media.

Miss Ford


.....what social media, I had AOL Dial up

300

When your mind and body perceives a threat, what does it do...3 things.

What is fight, flight or freeze?

300

When you create calmness in your mind through body posture and breathing

What is meditation?

300

He did not get accepted into Harvard Business School but later became a billionaire.

He is one of the most accomplished composers of all time.

1. Who is Warren Buffet?


2. Who is Beethoven?



300

The term used to describe balance, fairness and time/effort put into a friendship/relationship.

What is reciprocity?

300

The support staff that ________ students based on their academic and social emotional needs.

Evaluates


Dr Trainor

400

The ability to put yourself in someone else's shoes or attempt to see an incident from their perspective.

What is empathy?

400

Focusing on the present and not worrying about what may happen in the future.

What is mindfulness?

400

Give an example of a belief/ability that you can change with just one word.....

........Yet!

400

Ways to help you develop and maintain a friendship/relationship.

What is start a conversation w/open ended questions, avoid controversial topics, call/text, make plans to hang out, identify similar interests...

400

The most delicious and versatile vegetable in the whole entire world.  Extra air high five if you can name a staff favorite

What is the potato?

500

When you feel bad about something someone is going through but you can't see it from your perspective?

What is sympathy?

500

The practice of balancing your chakras and using body movements to create an inner peace

What is Yoga?

500

The psychologist that developed the Growth Mindset Theory

Who is Carol Dweck?

500

Is it better to have quality or quanity with your friendship.

__Quality______ is better and means_______?

500

The purpose of this class is tooooo...

What is learn about you, your needs and the reasons why you feel things the way you do, think the way you do and behave the way you do.

Coping skills


Ohhh and you're all AWESOME!!!

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