Feeling faces This is great for little ones that have a hard time finding the right word to describe their emotions--works great with a feeling journal to help them learn what the feeling is and what the facial features might be in each situation.
Emotions Chart for Kids
I don't know about you, but my kids love the Disney Pixar movie Inside Out. It is such a fun story, and I really enjoyed the whole concept o...
Emoji Feeling Chart
Let students show you how they are feeling using the emojis on this chart! Students can point at the chart to identify how they are feeling with adults or other students. This product contains one chart with the following feelings: -Calm -Happy -Silly -Relaxed -Nervous -Annoyed -Sad -Shy -Surprise...
Character Emotions Charts FREE
These FREE Character Emotions Charts can be used to help students express their own feelings, analyze characters' feelings, and add details to their writing. Students will also expand their vocabulary with the emotions synonyms chart. Teachers can use the charts during independent reading, literacy ...
15 Must-Have Social-Emotional Books for the Classroom - WeAreTeachers
15 Must-Have Social-Emotional Books for the Classroom - WeAreTeachers 15 Must-Have Social-Emotional Books for the Classroom - WeAreTeachers These social-emotional books will help teach students the importance of perseverance, truth-telling, and more. Original article and pictures take http://www.weareteachers.com/blogs/post/2015/09/15/15-must-have-books-for-your-social-emotional-library site
Casey The Cat, Rino Rafael Moralidad
Based on an actual incident in real life, I decided to make a little story out of the little kitty. Exploring what might this fur-ball could be in an animated sort of look.
First we had a Time Out chair. Then we nixed the idea of punishments altogether and began leaning towards effective gentle discipline- which led to the Calm Couch. And now we have this: The Safe Place. We call it the Safe Place because it's the one place in our house where our kids can go if they are dealing with difficult emotions and safely process them with the help of the visual and tangible aids I placed there. When a tantrum ensues I ask my child if she/he would like to go to the safe…
Does Anyone Ever Feel This Way?
It's important to identify the WHY of anger and that often can be found in the emotion that is behind anger. Once you can identify why you're angry, it is easier to understand and control it.
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