Name That Feeling
True/False
What Should You Do If...
Recognizing Others Feelings
How To Cope With Emotions
100

Your teacher tells the class to get into groups of two for the assignment, but you are the only one without a partner. How might you feel?

Embarrassed, excluded, alone

100
You can have more than one feeling at a time

True

100

You see your close friend sitting alone and crying?

Offer to listen or to keep them company

100

You're in class and a student begins screaming and throwing things when the teacher asks them to leave the room. How might this person feel?

Angry, upset, frustrated

100

In through your nose, out through your mouth

Deep breathing

200

You preformed your dance routine perfectly in front of the judges at competition, and they awarded you first place. How might you feel?

Excited, proud, happy

200

Ignoring your feelings makes them go away

False

200

Someone tells you they are angry and planning to do something wrong or dangerous?

Tell a trusted adult immediately

200

Your older sibling threw a toy at you during an argument, and you got hurt. You tell them you are going to tell your parents. How might they feel?

Anxious, nervous, guilty, scared

200

Walking away from the environment to calm your body and your thoughts

Taking time and space

300

You have spent all week talking about watching the newest episode to your favorite show, but when it comes time to watch it, your older sibling changes the channel. How might you feel?

Angry, frustrated, upset
300

You're are responsible for how others handle their emotions

False

300

You are feeling overwhelmed or frustrated?

Self care; Take some space and engage in activities that you enjoy

300

You notice your friend hasn't been picked in gym class for kick ball teams, so you chose them to be on your team. How might that make them feel?

Excited, happy

300

Using words to express thoughts and emotions to someone you trust

Talking it out, venting

400

Over the summer you go to Six Flags with some friends. You explain you don't like roller coasters, but your friends drag you along anyways. How might you feel?

Anxious, nervous, fear

400

There are healthy ways of coping with my feelings

True
400

You take some space but it doesn't seem to help?

Discuss with a trusted adult or counselor other coping strategies

400

Your friend calls you to tell you that she is grounded and cannot come over to hang out. How might your friend feel?

Sad, upset

400

Healthy eating habits, exercise, proper sleep, taking breaks

Self care, taking care of self

500

Its your birthday and it is spent like any other day, until you get home from school to a surprise party with all your family and friends. How might you feel? 

Shocked, joyful

500

Your feelings are valid and real

True

500

You and your friend are hanging out with other friends when conflict breaks out. You begin to feel uneasy and want to leave but your friend wants to stay.

Remove yourself from the situation, go to a safe space then contact someone who can help

500

You notice a homeless person on the side of the road during a snowstorm and offer them a jacket. How might this make them feel?

Joyful, happy

500

Expressing to others what you are comfortable with and how you would like to be treated

Making/keeping boundaries

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