Emotions
Emotional Regulation
Size of the Problem
100

Name an emotion in the blue zone. 

Sad

Tired

Bored

100

Name a strategy you can use when feeling angry at home. 

Deep Breathing

Stress Ball

Counting to Ten

100

Your pencil broke during a test.

Small problem

200

Name an emotion in yellow zone.

Excited

Anxious

Silly

200

Your friend is crying. What can you do to help make them feel better?

Student names a way to make others happy.

200

If faced with a small problem, should your reaction be big?

No, reaction size should match the size of the problem.

300

I am red faced, sweaty, and my hands are balled up into fists. What emotion am I feeling?

Anger

300

Your friend just pushed you on the playground. What do you do to stay in control?

Tell a teacher

300

Name an example of a big problem.

Any problem that involves physical harm and requires a lot of attention.

Involves police, firefighters, ambulance etc. 

Or a natural disaster

400

My teacher smiled at me when she passed back my test and said "Good Job!" What emotion is the teacher feeling?

Proud

400

What zone should we start to recognize that our bodies are getting out of control?

Yellow

400

You throw a ball in the house and break a lamp.

Medium 

500

Tell me what confident means and what zone it is in.

Confidence is feeling good about yourself. It is in the green zone. 

500

Name something that makes you angry. What is a strategy you can use to calm yourself down?

Student choice

500
Give an example of a small problem.

Student gives an example of a small problem. 

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