Name that Feeling
What is the Feeling
Tell Me About a Time
What If...
Feeling
Who did it better..
Anger--the HEALTHY way
100

Someone is screaming at you. How would you feel?

Scared, upset, afraid, sad.

100

What is this person feeling?

Sad

How do you know? 

100

Tell me about a time that you felt very sad.

What helped to make it better?

100

What if you accidentally hurt someone else's feelings. What should you do next?

Apologize or say you are sorry.

100

You see someone who is crying, who looks really down, and is not smiling at all. What feeling do you think they are experiencing?

Sad, upset

100

Someone called Sofia a mean name, she immediately started calling them mean names back.

Someone called Eric a mean name, he ignored them and kept walking.

Who did it better.

Eric.


Why?

100

One healthy way to express anger is to: a) Express frustration without blaming others, b) Avoid conversations about sensitive subjects c) Complain about others behind their back

a) Express frustration without blaming others. 

For example try owning your feelings by saying "I feel frustrated when the sink is full of dirty dishes that I didn't use" instead of  "You make me so mad when you don't do the dishes"

200

Your favorite pet has run away, and you cannot find him/her. How would you feel?

Sad, upset.

200

What is this person Feeling?


Happy/Calm


How do you know?

200

Tell me about a time that you were very angry.

How did you calm down?

200

What if you see that someone is upset, is there anything that you can do to help?

Be nice to them, listen to them, compliment them, try and make them feel better.

200

You see someone with a bright red face, who is yelling and waving their arms around. How do you think they are feeling?

Angry, frustrated, aggravated.

200

John's parents took away his phone, he started throwing stuff around his bedroom.

Brian's parents took away his phone, we walked outside to get some fresh air.

Who did it better?

Brian

Why?

200

One healthy way to express anger is to: A) Use sarcasm B) Pout or C) Use open and calm body language

One healthy way to express anger is to C) Use open and calm body language

For example, consider how the person might feel talking to you if you had a neutral, resting facial posture versus if you were scowling or making a mad face.

300

Somebody tells you that you're amazing and doing a great job. How would you feel?

Happy, confident.

300

How is this person feeling?



NervousĀ 


How do you know?

300

Tell me about a time that you felt happy.

Who was there?

300

What if you see someone else being mean to a friend of yours? What can you do?

Tell an adult, tell the other person to please stop.

300

You see someone with a big smile on their face, who is laughing and appears to be having fun. How do you think they are feeling?

Happy.

300

Sheila is angry, she starts yelling and kicks a hole in her wall.

Jessica is angry, she storms off to her room, turns on her favorite music and sits on her bed.

Jessica.

Why?

300

One healthy way to express anger is to A) Use rude or disrespectful language, B) Use a timer for confrontations/arguments to minimize the intensity, or C) Blame others for mistakes

One healthy way to express anger is  B) Use a timer for confrontations/arguments to minimize the intensity

400

You're walking with your friends when you trip and fall. How do you feel?

Embarrassed, upset.

400

How is this person feeling?



Embarrassed

How do you know?

400

Tell me about a time that you were scared.

Who helped you feel better?

400

What if you notice that your classmate sits alone most days for lunch? Is there anything that you could do?

Offer to sit with them and be their friend.

400

You see someone who is visibly shaking and their eyes are wide and they appear to have been startled by something. What do you think they are feeling?

Scared, nervous, worried, anxious.

400

Alex is nervous about a science test. He takes deep breaths and reminds himself he studied a lot and he can do it.

Jacob is nervous about a science test, he crumbles it up and walks out of class. 

Alex.

Why?

400

One healthy way to express anger is to A) Hit other people, objects, animals, etc. B) Overlook other people's feelings to solve a problem or C) Name the feeling using your words

One healthy way to express anger is to: C) Name the feeling using your words. 

For example, saying "I am SO mad right now!" helps your brain calm down faster than physically taking out your anger on other people

500

Someone ruins the project you have been working on since last week. How would you feel?

Angry, aggravated.

500

How is this person feeling?


Bored 


How do you know?

500

Tell me about a time that you were excited.

Did you enjoy that feeling?

500

What if you notice that someone is sad? What can you do to help?

Talk to them, ask them if their okay, listen to them, ask them if there is anything you can do to make them feel better.

500

You see someone who is falling asleep at their desk, and they have dark circles under their eyes and they continue to yawn. What feeling do you think they are experiencing?

Tired, exhausted, fatigued.

500

Tasha is mad at her friend but she doesn't say anything to her. She just starts giving her the silent treatment.

Emily is mad at her friend. She uses I statements to tell her how she feels and why she is upset. She does not yell, but makes sure her friend understands how she feels.

Who did it better?

Emily.

Why?

500

True or False? It is okay to feel mad.

True. Feelings are not right or wrong. It is okay to feel all emotions. It's how you handle the emotions that matters.

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