Feelings
Social Skills 1
Social Skills 2
Social Skills 3
Coping Skills
100

How might you feel after taking a deep breath?

Calm, happy, relaxed.

100

What can you do if your friend is feeling sad?


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

100

You keep trying to do a math problem and feel frustrated because it isn't correct. What can you do?

Take a break and try again, take deep breaths, raise your hand and ask for help.

100

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

Teacher, Parent, Friend

100

What do coping skills help you do?


Calm down, feel better, feel relaxed, make the right choice.

200

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

Sad, confused, annoyed or upset

200

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


Apologize, say sorry

200

Demonstrate how you would introduce yourself to a new peer/friend?


Hi, my name is ____, what is your name?

200

Your friend is moving away and you feel really sad. What can you do?

You can make a plan to stay in contact over the phone and plan visits.

200

What can you do if you are feeling very energetic and having a hard time settling down at school?


Ask if you can take a break/drink of water, take deep breaths, do a mindfulness activity, use a coping skill etc.

300

How might you feel if your best friend is talking about the new video game they got and it was the game you really wanted?

Jealous

300

People are picking on your friend at lunch. What should you do?


Stand up for your friend by telling an adult, play with your friend, try to cheer your friend up.

300

Your friends do not want to play the same game as you. What do you do?

Take turns playing their game, ask if they could play your game later.

300

You are sitting on the bench at recess and a friend asks you to play basketball but you don't feel like playing basketball. What can you do?

You can say, no thanks, I don't really feel like playing basketball. Then you can ask them if they want to do something else such as draw or play a different game.


300

What can you do if you are feeling frustrated?

Talk to a friend, talk to your parents, talk to your teacher, use a coping skill.

400

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

Guilty

400

Name 3 coping strategies you can use

breathing, yoga, walk, drink, music, read, 

400

Somebody shoves you down in the hall and laughs. What is the best choice to make?

Tell them that's not okay, talk to the teacher, stay away from them, etc.

400

A peer asks you to do something you know is inappropriate during class, what do you do?

You can say no thanks or explain that you would like to focus

400

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


Tell them how you feel with a nice voice and explain why (use an I-Statement). Avoid yelling at them.

500

Share how you might feel if you got in trouble for something you didn't do.

mad, angry, sad

500

When is a good time to join a conversation?

When there is a pause in talking.  When invited into the conversation.  At the start of the conversation.

500

Give an example of how you might respond if your parent's told you that you couldn't have something that you really wanted. 

Example

500

Give an example of how to apologize if you made a mistake (ex: interrupted someone, said something unkind to parents or a friend).

I am sorry that I interrupted you.

I apologize for calling you that name. 

I'm going to work hard to not let that happen again.

500

Share your top 3 coping skills that you like to use to help yourself when feeling angry.

Individual response

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