This download contains the following resources:
Emotion fans with 16 emotions
Cut and stick emotion cards
Emotions on pieces of gold
Design a pirate flag
Emotional thermometers or traffic lights
Fill your treasure chest sheet
Anxiety and Worries Group Intervention
Who is if for?
This Anxiety and Worries Group intervention is for a group of up to six children and is led by a teacher, teaching assistant, or ELSA. The focus age range would be 7 to 11,
This resource will help children to understand how their thoughts affect their feelings and how those feelings affect their actions or behaviour. That behaviour then reinforces their initial thoughts. When children think negative or bad things it
The feel good game – is a game about self-esteem. The game will promote discussion on positive aspects of the child’s life and will use affirmations and character traits to reinforce self-esteem.
The game could be played on a one to one basis or a
My mood tree – Judging a child’s state of mind can be really important when getting the right help for the child or for knowing what to work on with the child. Often a child struggles to tell you how they feel and this idea is brilliant for children
This resource can be used in many different ways. Laminate the ‘face sheet’ and then laminate all the expression and vocabulary cards. Cut out the expression and vocabulary cards. Use a blob of blue tac to stick items onto the face. Can the child
Children love to play Battleships, such a classic game and this resource uses the Battleships game to help children to practise their blending skills. Children will make lots of nonsense words with this game so it is purely on the blending. There
This booklet will give lots of opportunity for talking about feelings. It is a flip book where the eyes and the mouths can be turned and faces made in different combinations. Very easy to print and put together quickly. Perfect for young children or
Included in the pack
6 Monster Character posters
There are six monsters in the pack with key vocabulary. There is a monster for each basic emotion- happy, sad, angry, scared, surprised and disgusted. Each monster is a character. We have:
This game consists of:
A game board
Social skills questions (3 questions on 18 cards, 54 questions altogether)
Friendship questions (3 questions on 18 cards, 54 questions altogether)
Self-esteem questions (3 questions on 18
There are 25 pages in the booklet, using some of the ideas from the group intervention plus other ideas. Also included is a diary to take away at the end of the intervention. There are two differentiated sheets in this diary so you can choose one
A lovely set of 52 strength cards suitable for any age child from 4 or 5 up to 16+.
Strengths are for me the absolute basis of self-esteem. There is so much you can do with a set of strength cards. Some ideas:
In a group ask one child to sit in
This resource is for younger children but could also be used with lower KS2. When we feel happy we are warm and fuzzy and when we feel sad we are cold and prickly. This resource will help children to understand that their words might hurt others and
How do you say it?
How do you say it? - This game will help children practise different tones of voice in a fun way. Children choose an emotion card and a phrase and must read the phrase in the tone of voice of the emotion card.
So for example,