Students often have difficulty handling their feelings and need strategies to help them cope with the situation.
These activities are designed to give your students strategies to use. It will help them to become effective problem solvers and to have better behaviors in your classroom.
Feelings that are defined and discussed in this activity:
Sad, Mad, Shy, Anxious, Confused, Silly, Frustrated, Upset, and Angry.
Feelings and Emotions Activity Packet Includes:
•Includes twelve characters with a story describing each feeling.
•Each story describes facial cues and gives examples.
•Includes 12 comprehension questions about the feelings described in the story.
•Student has to cut and match the correct pictures.
•Includes 12 comprehension questions about the feelings in the story without pictures. Student must circle the correct answer.
I Feel When...
•Students can write how they feel about all twelve feelings described in the story.
•Students write their examples of what makes them feel a certain way.
Detective Strategy Packet Includes:
•Read about nine characters;
•Describe character feelings and facial cues
•Learn strategies to use when feeling a certain way
•Discuss feelings after strategies are used appropriately
•Four Detectives offer Strategy Tips for students to use
•12 Strategy Tips in total
•Blank strategy page to list personal strategies; students add their own photo to make it more meaningful
When I Feel
•Understand their own feelings
•Write down learned strategies they will use
•Describe how they feel when they use their coping strategies effectively
How to Handle My Feelings Packet Includes:
•48 Case Scenarios that includes: 1 problem and 1 mission for the social detective
•Note: There is one color and one in black & white
•Index Cards perfect for: inferencing, sequencing, comprehension, and much more!
•Definitions of each feeling including social cues
•Character descriptions and Character Analysis
•After reading each scenario the students must: define each feeling, analyze the situation, identify the problem, and determine a solution.
•There's more than one correct answer so encourage an open discussion with your students!
Encourage discussions with your students to enhance their problem solving skills.
Each activity and picture is featured in color and black/white
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If you enjoy this product, then check out these other pragmatic language activities:
Detective Strategies for Social Skills
Feelings and Emotions Activity Packet
How to Handle My Feelings Activity Packet