This Heart Valentine emotion and feelings bingo game can be used with any self-regulation curriculum (Zones of Regulation™, PBIS™, SEL™, How Does Your Engine Run™…) Research is showing that if you take the time to teach emotional regulation and social emotional skills in the classroom, students are more willing and able to learn. Classroom disruptive behaviors can also decrease. Students need to learn that they always have a choice and all choices have consequences. Their emotions and behaviors have an effect on their ability, as well as, others ability to learn. Some prep is required. Calling cards can be copied twice and used to play memory. All boards and cards can be cut and laminated for continued use. The emotion/feelings included are worried, sick, worried, sad, confused, quiet/shy, excited, angry, happy and proud.
1. The Emotions key can be used as a daily check in sheet. Students can clip a mini clothes pin with their name on it next to the emotion/Zone they are in at any given time throughout the day. This can also be used as a key for the bingo game.
2. Emotions Bingo: 24 color boards and 10 emotion calling cards are included. Two boards per page, can do double bingo for smaller groups or cut in half to have enough boards for full class. If you have extra time, or want black and white versions, have students cut up the included sheet make their own board on the blank template.
3. Calling cards can be printed twice and used for matching or memory game.
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