What emotion might they be feeling?
How do you feel when...
What does your body do?
Good Choice or Wrong Choice
Stress Relief
100

The person is yelling, stomping, and breaking things

Angry

100

you go to your favorite place and have fun all day

happy, excited etc.

100

When you're sad

Ex: cries/tears up, feels tired, frowns/makes sad face, pokes out lip, moves slower, slumps shoulders etc

100

Breaking something that should not be broken into pieces

Wrong choice

100

Name an exercise you can do to

jump, hop, jumping jacks, hopscotch, wall pushups, arm circles, neck rolls, shake the goosies/sillies out, etc.


200

The person is yawning, looks uninterested and is not participating

Bored

200

your friend or sibling won't play the game that you want to play

sad/disappointed, angry, annoyed etc.

200

When you're tired

Ex: eyes shut, head nods, falls asleep quickly, feels sleepy, moves slower, 

200

Talking about your feelings with a grown up

Good Choice

200

Name an art project you can do

Draw, paint or color with markers/crayon. Collage with glue and pictures +crafts

Coloring book. 

Make a picture of something that makes you happy.

300

The person is smiling, laughing and feels relaxed.

Happy

300

your parent or teacher says you can not do something you want to do

angry, annoyed, frustrated/irritated etc.

300

When you're excited

Ex: smiles, jumps up and down, raises eyebrows, opens mouth, dances

300

Yelling at a teacher or parent

Wrong choice

300

Demonstrate the type of breathing you can do

Deep breathing

Star breathing: (tracing each finger for 5 breaths- inhale up the finger, exhale down the finger)

3sec inhale- 3sec hold - 3sec exhale

400

The person is crying, slumping in their chair, does not have a lot energy and says they want to be left alone.

Sad or depressed

400

you have to wait in a line, or wait a long time to get what you want

angry, tired, grouchy, annoyed

400

When you're frustrated

crosses arms, pouts, yells, stomps feet, feels tense, grits teeth, clenches jaw

400

Taking a deep breath and thinking about something that makes you happy

Good choice

400

Demonstrate how to ask for a break

"Can I please take a break?"

"Can I have a one minute break?"

"Can I have a bathroom break?"

"Can I start in 1 minute?"

500

The person is trembling, has a stomach ache, their muscles are tense and their heart is beating fast. They are also biting their nails and want to hide.

Scared or Anxious

500

you need to do classwork or homework that is hard for you

frustrated, discouraged/not confident

500

When you're impatient

Ex: taps foot, feels jittery/jumpy, not relaxed, feels cranky- gets angry quicker

500

Asking "can I have a break please?" when you're not ready to talk

Good choice

500

Tell me 3 things you love about yourself

Examples:

happy, kind, smart, try my best, do well in school, silly, funny, friendly, brave, caring

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