True or False
Problem Solving
Emotions
Miscellaneous
Self Regulation
100

Most friends argue once in a while. 

True

100

Your friend just got a new haircut and he really doesn't like it. How do you think he feels? What could you say to him? 

Embarassed/Sad 

It doesn't look that bad. I like it. 

100

How can you show someone that you care for them?

Tell them with your words

Give them a hug


100

You get shoved by a classmate in the cafeteria and none of your teachers saw it. What will you do?

Go find an adult and report it. 

100

You are tired and you're having a hard time focusing in class. What could you ask to do? 

Take a break - brain break - talk to an adult - get water 

200

It can be difficult to forgive a friend who has hurt you. 

True 

200

Someone accidentally bumps into you in the cafeteria and makes you spill your drink. How do you think you would feel? What should you do? 

Frustrated 

Get another drink... let it go because it was an accident

200

What emotions do you feel if you are in the yellow zone 

Frustrated, nervous, annoyed

200

Each teammate has to name one thing they are proud of.

student responses

200

Name 3 coping skills you can use when you are in the red zone. 

student response 

300

The best way to solve a disagreement is with violence. 

False

300

You are at a friend's house and he/she wants to watch a horror movie but you want to play video games. What could you do?

Compromise. 

Watch movie then play video game or vice versa

300

What emotions could you feel in the blue zone?

Tired, sad, sick, nervous

300

Show what your face would look like if you team just won the championship game. How would you feel?

Excited, proud, happy

300

When I get angry, loud, and out of control what might other people be feeling? 

Feeling nervous, scared, unsafe

400

You shouldn't consider your friends feelings. Your view is always right. 

False 

400

You have a new student in your class and you notice him standing alone at recess. How do you think he feels? What could you do?

Sad/Lonely/Nervous

Invite them to play with you.

400

Describe a time you have felt proud. 

student answer

400

Name 3 things you are good at. 

student responses

400

How do you advocate for yourself in school?

Raise your hand... use cue card.... talk to a trusted adult

500

Sometimes people need space after a conflict with a friend.

True

500

You are walking home from school and it is raining. A stranger offers you a ride home in his car. What should you do? Why? 

Say no thank you, and keep walking OR ignore and call 911. 

500

Your heart is racing, your face is hot, and your stomach feels like it is in a knot. How are you feeling/ what zone? 

Angry/upset - red zone 

500

What is the term for strategies we use to help us calm down when we are experiencing big feelings?

COPING SKILLS 

500

Each teammate must name 2 coping skills they find helpful when they are faced with big feelings.

student responses 

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