Emotions Check In

Emotions Check In
Emotions Check In
Emotions Check In
Emotions Check In
Emotions Check In
Emotions Check In
Emotions Check In
Emotions Check In
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Help kids and young adults learn about their own emotions with an emotional check-in. Providing an emotional check-in can be extremely beneficial for kids with ADHD, anxiety, autism, trauma, those with anger, and a number of other needs. This can also be a critical intervention for students who struggle with controlling their emotions on a day to day basis.

In this resource, you will get:
• Emotion Levels Charts to help students rate and define the level of their emotions from 0-10. Charts are included for levels of anxiety, anger, saddness, and happiness. Blank forms are included to make more of your own if needed.
• Emotion Check-In Sheets to help students identify, discuss, and reflect upon their emotions and feelings.
• Emotions Diary Sheets to help students record, discuss, and identify their emotions on a daily basis. This is helpful when looking for triggers or antecedents.
• Emotions Data Forms to help educators and counselors record data on student feelings. These can be brought to parent conferences, team meetings, or IEP meetings to discuss and identify emotional ups and downs.
• Emotion Vocabulary Charts to help students use words to describe their emotions. A black form is included to make your own.

What is an Emotional Check-in?
An emotional check-in is talking with a student and “checking in” with their feelings for that day. It is a time for the adult to help a child understand how they are feeling.
You can choose whether to have an emotional check-in daily, weekly, or just on special days when the student needs extra emotional support. This will vary depending on student individual need. Some students will only need the emotional check-in when they are emotionally overwhelmed, anxious, angry, or sad, while others may benefit from the check-in every single day.

Who Can Provide an Emotion Check-in?
Any supportive adult can fulfill this role. That may include a counselor, psychologist, social worker, or special education teacher. Even regular education teachers and paraeducators could utilize these materials to check in with students and help them reflect on their emotions.

Table of Contents
• Educator and Counselor Guide
• My Emotions Check-in Sheets
• My Emotions Diary
• Student Emotions Data Forms
• Emotion Vocabulary Charts
• My Emotion Levels Visuals

Note that both color and black/white options are included. For the emotion level charts, if you choose to print black and white, you can have students color them in as an activity.

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