Many elementary teachers ask students to resolve conflict with a Bug and a Wish. If students add an emotional feeling to express their concerns, social-emotional empathy grows within a classroom. The hard part for many children is finding the right words to express exactly how they feel. To help students identify the Five Major ways peer conflict makes a person feel, Knock Out Teaching offers you this simple Poster or Handout. Students can fill out this sheet to help them find the words to talk to the person who bothered them by using the main emotions of mad, sad, frustrated, embarrassed, or worried you don't like me.