5 Point Scale
Rating Behaviors
Anxiety & The Brain
Thoughts
Calming Strategies
100

Number on the 5-point scale that represents "Odd Behavior"

3

100

Sandy waves at her neighbor when they are outside.

1

100
Your survival instincts are called "_____, Flight, and Freeze".

Fight

100

To distract your mind from negative thoughts you can do something that lifts your _________.

Mood

100

The breathing technique we learned that used the ball is called _____ breathing.

Ball

200

Number on the 5-point scale that represents "Physically Hurtful or Threatening Behavior"

5

200

Jen kicks her friend in the nuts because she's mad at him.

5

200

Your survival instincts are called "Fight, _____, and Freeze".

Flight

200

Positive thoughts make your heart rate _________.

Decrease

200

The 5 4 3 2 1 method uses our five _______ to help with grounding/calming.

Senses
300

Number on the 5-point scale that represents "Reasonable Behavior"

2

300

Jeff is picking his nose in class.

3

300

Your survival instincts are called "Fight, Flight, and ________".

Freeze

300

Positive thoughts make your muscle tension _________.

Decrease

300

A place on our hands that we squeeze to relieve stress is called a ________ point.

Pressure

400

Number on the 5-point scale that represents "Scary Behavior"

4

400

Sadie is swearing at the people at her lunch table.

4

400

What part of your brain that takes over when your body senses trouble?

Amygdala

400

Thoughts can have a big impact on how we _______.

Feel

400

We tried different colors of _____ to decide which one we liked the best.

Putty

500

Number on the 5-point scale that represents "Informal Social Behavior"

1

500

Sven is with his friends and they are singing along to their favorite song.

2

500

What happens when our brains misread risks?

We Overreact
500

This word means "being thankful".

Gratitude

500

When we lay on yoga mats we and listen to a video that is calming it is called ___________________.

Meditation

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