Emotions & Coping
Anger
Worry
Social Skills
Self-Esteem
100

True or False: ignoring your emotions makes them go away.

False!

100

True or False: anger is a "bad" emotion.

False! It is okay to feel angry.

100

True or False: you can control what other people do or say.

False!

100

What does perspective-taking mean?

Perspective-taking is seeing a situation from another person's point-of-view.

100

What is self-esteem?

Self-esteem is how a person feels about their self. Your self-esteem is on a scale ranging from "I'm feeling really good about myself" (high self-esteem) to "I don't feel so good about myself" (low self-esteem).

200

True or False: writing, drawing or doing an art activity are examples of healthy coping strategies.

True!

200

True or False: Adults can feel out of control of their anger too.

True!

200

What coping strategy do you find helpful when you feel worried?

Ex: deep breaths, talking to someone, going for a walk, etc.

200

True or False: Being a flexible thinker means we can: change our plan, think something different, change our minds, and think about other people's ideas.

True!

200

Who is your inner critic?

Your inner critic: is the voice in your head that makes you have negative thoughts about stuff; can cause you to give up easily; make small problems feel really big; make you feel sad, mad or defeated.

300

When someone is smiling, their body looks relaxed, and their voice sounds friendly, what emotion do you think they might be feeling?

Happy

300

What are three triggers that might cause you to feel angry?

Ex: when things are not fair, cheating, someone tells me "no", when I have to wait, when I'm ignored, when I'm hurt, when I don't understand, when people don't listen to me, etc.

300

What are three examples of thing that are within your control?

Ex: keep your hands to yourself, how you treat other people, your words, being kind, taking care of yourself, apologizing, etc.

300

How can you be a flexible thinker?

Have a back-up plan; Come up with a compromise; etc. 

300

True or False: your inner coach uses positive self talk to make us think positive thoughts.

True!

400

If your friend is feeling sad, what could you suggestion them do to help them feel better?

Ex: talk about it, play a fun game, give them a hug, etc.

400

What are three body cues that would let you know that you are feeling angry?

Ex: a red face, clenched jay, heart pounding, fast breathing, clenched fists, headache, etc.

400

What are three body cues that would let you know you're feeling worry?

Ex: tense muscles, stomachaches, fidgeting, heart racing, headaches, nail biting, speaking really fast, etc.

400

You and a friend get into an argument about what you're going to do at recess. You want to play soccer, while your friend wants to play tag. How can you solve the disagreement?

You can come up with a compromise.

400

True or Falselistening to your inner critic too much, can lower your self-esteem.

True!

500

True or False: it is important to use strategies to help cope with our emotions so that they can become smaller.

True!

500

True or False: we might feel other emotions when we are angry.

True! For example, we might also feel: fear, embarrassed, hurt, overwhelmed, etc. 

500

What might trigger someone to feel worried?

Ex: you or someone you care about is sick, having to write a test, doing a presentation in front of the class, etc.

500

True or False: we can understand and respect another person's opinion or perspective, even if we don't agree with it.

True! This is also how we can be flexible.

500

What is an example of a way you could build up your self-esteem?

Ex: saying positive affirmations, doing the things you enjoy, spending time with friends and family, taking care of yourself (getting enough sleep, eating healthy food, drinking water), etc.

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