Feelings
Problem Solve
Coping Skills
Social Skills
Self-Advocacy
100

You are playing basketball and accidentally get hit by the ball in the stomach. How do you feel?

Hurt, upset, sad

100

What can you do if your friend is feeling sad?


You can listen to them, offer support, try to cheer them up

100

Sometimes we can have sad feelings. What should you do when you feel sad at school?

Ask to take a break, give yourself lot of positive self talk, talk to an adult at school

100

When you join groups, you should greet everyone and ask people how they're doing. True or false.

True. It makes people feel welcome into the group & it's nice to have conversation before groups begin.

100

You don't understand the work you are supposed to do.  Who can you ask for help?

Teacher, Parent, Friend

200

How might you feel if someone you are trying to talk to is ignoring you?

Sad, confused, or upset

200

What can you do if your friend is mad at you for something you did to them?


Apologize, say sorry, and listen

200

What should you do if you are getting answers wrong during a group game and you're beginning to feel frustrated?


Ask if you can take a break; take deep breaths; talk to your teacher about it; use encouraging self-talk in your head

200

True or False.  When someone says you did something wrong they are being mean.


False- most of the time when someone tells you that you have done something wrong they are only trying to help you.  

200

Your parent gives you a consequence that you don't feel is appropriate. What should you say/do?

Accept the consequence. 

Calmly explain why you don't believe you deserve the consequence.


300

How might you feel if your best friend is talking about the really cool things that her mom just bought her?

Jealous or happy for her

300

People are making fun of your friend and you see them calling him names. What should you do?


Stand up for your friend and tell an adult if needed Talk to your friend after and make sure they're ok.

300

What can you do if you are feeling angry?

Talk to your parents, counselor, teacher. Use one of your coping skills.

300

Why is it important to stay on topic during a conversation?

It makes others happy, shows you are interested

300

If you feel you are being bullied, who should you talk to?

Teacher, administrator, security

400

How might someone feel if they have done something wrong and they know it was wrong?

Guilty, worried

400

What can you do if you are stuck inside during COVID 19 and you are feeling sad and isolated from friends?

Ask to video chat with friends, ask to meet a friend outside, call a friend, play video games online with friends

400

A friend  said something that hurt your feelings. What can you do?


Tell them how you feel with a nice voice and explain why. Avoid yelling at them.

400

Sometimes we can have sad feelings. What should you do when you feel sad at school?

Ask to take a break, give yourself lot of positive self talk, talk to an adult at school

400

A friend asks you to do something you know is inappropriate/wrong.  What do you do?

Just say "no thanks."

500

True or False- you should never be angry

False.  It is ok to feel any feeling you feel.  But how you express those feelings has to be appropriate

500

When signing into a Zoom group, you should be ready, focused, and dressed.  True or False.  

True.  Make sure you have on appropriate clothing for school and are sitting in a chair away from other people and distractions.

500

What is the best way to deal with a group member that keeps talking over you?

Say "excuse me ____ but I was still speaking." Then continue with what you were saying before. 

500

What is bullying?

It can look like a lot of different things but it's when one person is trying to intimidate another person.

Physical: pushing, pinching, etc.

Threatening: "If you tell the teacher, I'm going to ..."

Verbal: use of mean or rude words

500

How do we know who to talk to when faced with a difficult situation?

Environment, level of trust and support

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