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Feelings And Emotions Worksheets For Identifying Feelings And Coping Skills
Looking for a quick, no-prep way to teach students about feelings and emotions? These 30 worksheets will help students learn about 25 feelings, and reflect on how they experience and can cope with their feelings and emotions. This is a helpful tool in the classroom and in the counseling office to help students expand their emotional vocabularies and includes a Google Slides component! Use it for your individual, small group or classroom school counseling lessons focused on feelings and…
20 Helpful Worry And Anxiety Books For Kids — Counselor Chelsey | Simple School Counseling Ideas
These worry and anxiety books for kids will help elementary students understand and cope with their worries. The 20 books are great for school counselors who are supporting anxious students in an individual, small group or classroom setting. They are split into categories of general anxiety, separation anxiety and testing or performance anxiety. Read through the list for great book recommendations for your school counseling library!
Empathy Puzzles — CounselorChelsey
Use these empathy activities for kids to help your elementary students understand the feelings of others and learn to respond with empathy. These puzzles and worksheets are perfect for social skills or friendship skills lessons focused on empathy. #CounselorChelsey #SchoolCounseling #Empathy #SocialSkills
Identifying Feelings & Emotions Google Slides Game — Counselor Chelsey | Simple School Counseling Id
Teach your students to identify their feelings and the emotions of others. Elementary students will love this interactive Google Slides game as they look at 30 scenarios to determine how the person is feeling. This game will help kids build their emotional intelligence and learn to respond with empathy. It can be used during distance learning, or in individual, small group or classroom school counseling lessons.
Handling BIG Emotions with B.E.S.T. - This Reading Mama
Handling BIG Emotions. This is such an important topic for our learners! Strong negative emotions can cause extra stress on the brain and body. They also put a big damper on learning. Whether you teach in the classroom or at home, teaching kids how to handle their big emotions is crucial to a healthy school ... Read More about Handling BIG Emotions with B.E.S.T.
Empathy Matching Game — Counselor Chelsey | Simple School Counseling Ideas
Your students will love learning about empathy with this fun matching game! This empathy activity will teach your students to consider how others feel and how their own actions affect the feelings of others. This game can be used for many purposes, and works great in individual, small group and classroom counseling lessons. This is also perfect for summer counseling lessons #CounselorChelsey #SchoolCounseling #Empathy
DIY emotions flip book craft for kids.
This little DIY emotions flip book is a fun way to help children learn about and understand the varying emotions that people feel.
Wheel of Emotions for Kids
Use the emotion wheel to teach kids how to identify and deal with their emotions. This kid-friendly wheel of emotions is based on Zones of Regulation.
Free Downloadable Therapy Worksheet Set: The Color Monster
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Anger Management Games — CounselorChelsey
These anger management games are a fun way to help your elementary students learn to recognize their anger, understand their anger triggers, and develop positive coping skills. These 3 games are perfect for anger management small groups or lessons! #CounselorChelsey #AngerManagement #SchoolCounseling
Free Coping Skills Google Game For Kids
Use this free coping skills activity to support students with anger management, anxiety or who could benefit from self-regulation. In this game, students will look at scenarios and decide whether or not they are examples of positive coping strategies. It is a digital game, which makes it great for socially distanced or virtual school counseling lessons. It can be used in individual, small group or classroom lessons!
Coping Skills Activities - Easter Themed — CounselorChelsey
Are you a school counselor doing distance learning? These Easter themed coping skills activities come in printable and digital format which make them great for hybrid or virtual lessons. The activities are still fun and engaging and will help your students develop positive coping skills they can use to help them with anger management or even anxiety.
Coping Skills Activities For Easter Or Spring School Counseling Lessons
These fun Easter themed coping skills activities are perfect for your Spring school counseling lessons. Elementary students will learn about coping skills they can use to handle emotions like anger, anxiety and more. They will love the fun Easter theme in these printable and digital activities. These are the perfect way to add spring fun to your individual, small group or classroom school counseling lessons.
Coping Skills Group Ideas For School Counseling — Counselor Chelsey | Simple School Counseling Ideas
Looking for coping skills group activities for kids? Not sure what to include in your next school counseling small group? These ideas are what you need for a successful small group that will help students learn valuable coping strategies. They are great for working with students who struggle with anger management, anxiety and self-regulation. Students will understand what positive coping skills are, why they matter and how they can use them in their own lives.
6 Types Of Coping Skills For Kids — Counselor Chelsey | Simple School Counseling Ideas
Teaching your elementary students about different types of coping strategies will help them manage their feelings and feel calm in any situation. The types of coping strategies include deep breathing, distraction, physical coping skills, expressive coping skills, positive self talk and exercise. These are great for working with students on anger management or anxiety. It’s a great read for school counselors or classroom teachers doing social emotional learning.