Healthy Coping Skills
Unhealthy Coping Skills
Coping Consequences
True or False
How Would You Handle It?
100

A strategy you can use when stressed with school work.

100

An unhealthy strategy you used to use.

100

A consequence of running out of the classroom when you are mad.

100

Coping skills are only used to help you relax.

100

You are playing a board game and notice your friend is cheating.

200

A strategy that can help you relax.

200

An unhealthy coping skill when you are angry. 

200

A consequence of physically fighting.

200

Everybody has the same coping skills.

200

You are sitting in class working and hear someone loudly tapping their pencil.

300

A coping skill if you are feeling overwhelmed.

300

An unhealthy coping skill when you are sad.

300

A consequence of yelling while in a classroom.

300

You need to practice your coping skills, even when you're not having a tough time.

300

You don't understand how to do an assignment in class. What would you do?

Raise my hand, ask a classmate, try it then ask the teacher if I am right

400

A coping skill you don't like to use.

400

A way of expressing yourself at school that doesn't follow school rules.

400

A consequence of ignoring or not feeling your feelings.

400

You only need a few coping skills. 

400

You are feeling frustrated because you are confused. The skills you could use to deal with that feeling are...

Tell myself I can handle it by trying my best, take deep breaths, press down on my seat to relax myself, raise my hand

500

Three healthy coping strategies you use.

500

An unhealthy coping skill when you are worried.

500

An outcome of using a healthy coping skill.

500

True or false: We always use the same coping skills in our life.

500

You really want to be chosen by the teacher to go next but someone else is chosen. You can handle this how?

Talk to myself and say: it's ok, I will get a turn another time

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