Vocabulary
True/False
Which emotion is this?
How to deal with emotions?
What can cause...
100

The feeling of displeasure, being very irritated or annoyed...

... is anger.

100

There are good feelings & bad feelings.

 False. Feelings are not good or bad, right or wrong, they are just natural. You have a choice in how you express them, which can result in positive or negative consequences

100

You are smiling because you are...

 happy.

100

Air in through your nose, out through your mouth is...

deep breathing.

100

Playing a favorite game, being with friends or family members, enjoying activities can cause...

 happiness.

200

A feeling you have when you fear something bad will happen to you or someone else...

... is scared or afraid.

200

You can have more than one feeling at a time.

 True.

200

Your fists are clenched, your face is red, your body is hot because you are...

angry.

200

Being away from the group to calm your body, your thoughts, and try to change your feelings is to take your...

 time and space.

200

Being home alone, someone is very ill, you hear strange noises, it's dark outside, are situations that can cause...

fear.

300

Feeling ashamed or embarrassed because of your actions...

... is guilty.

300

Other people can make me feel a certain way.

 False.  Our feelings come from our thoughts, so others do not have the power to make us feel bad unless we allow them to.

300

You are slumped in your chair and you can't keep your eyes open because you are...

tired.

300

Using words to describe your thoughts and feelings to someone you trust is...

 to talk it out.

300

You and your friend are in a fight, your parents don't give you something you want, someone insults you, are situations that can cause...

anger.

400

How do you feel when you are constantly thinking about something and are unsure of what is going to happen ...

... worried.

400

Crying is a normal reaction to strong feelings.

True. Crying releases tension. Some scientists believe it releases stress hormones too, which is why we fell better after a good cry.

400

You don't understand the question so you are staring at the teacher with scrunched eyebrows because you are...

confused.

400

Writing down thoughts and feelings about what you experience is

 journaling.

400

Your parents donĀ“t show up when they said they would, you missed the winning soccer goal at the game, you don't have enough money for a new game, are situations that can cause...

disappointment.

500

A feeling you have when you are really looking forward to something...

is excited.

500

Ignoring your feelings makes them go away.

False. Ignoring feelings only makes them grow more intense in harmful ways.

500

You're crying, you have a frown, you are slumped down because you feel...

sad.

500

Leaving conflict to gather thoughts, change your feelings, and control your behaviors is

to walk away from a bad situation.

500

You're scared to get in trouble, you don't want to face your problems, you are trying to protect someone else, are situations that make you ...

deny or pretend that nothing is happening.

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