Feelings Activities for Kids | Working on Empathy | Identifying Emotions | Identifying Feelings | Activities for Kids about Feelings and Emotions
Support your middle and upper elementary students with emotional regulation through cognitive behavioral activities. My CBT activities are developmentally appropriate for your elementary students, and are designed to be used for small group counseling. The group counseling sessions are hands-on and even incorporate play, so it's an engaging way to learn more about emotions!
There are a lot of big emotions happening right now, and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to share a coping skill that I wrote about in the Coping Skills for Teens Workbook - Channeling Big Emotions into Positive Energy. Take a listen to the podcast as I read this section of the book. My hope is that you are inspired to use your energy in a positive way.
This mega bundle contains 80 pages of activities that you can print, or use as fillable PDF for distance learning/ teletherapy. Includes posters, coping strategy guides, self-regulation activities, emotions activities , social narratives, etc. #Teletherapy #DistanceEd #TeachingTools #SelfRegulation #SocialEmotionalLearning #SEL #Emotions #ChildDevelopment
A Feelings Flip Book by Haley Sez: "This feeling tastes kinda funny..." On each card, a tasty treat is demonstrating the facial expression that is connected to the feeling that is written on the bottom of their card. The images on these feelings cards are the exact same as those found on the "Funny Food Feelings Chart." #affiliatelink
How to Explore Feelings With Kids Who Don't Want to Talk: We all know how important it is to help kids explore their feelings - it's a vital step in helping them understand and manage their emotions. But what do we do with those little ones who don't want to talk about it? Truthfully, it can be hard for kids to talk about their feelings. Here are four ideas to help you explore a child's emotions - without talking!
This elementary school counseling self-regulation group teaches students self-regulation coping strategies through engaging activities! This self-regulation group helps students use self-regulation to manage their emotions. Students will learn which feelings and actions are associated with each zone and will learn strategies on how to regulate their emotions. #brightfuturescounseling #elementaryschoolcounseling #elementaryschoolcounselor #schoolcounseling #selfregulation #zonesofregulation
For Teachers, School Counselors and Parents too! MY FEELINGS TOOL-BOOK is an interactive guide that helps young people relate to their feelings in kind, compassionate, and healthy ways. This tab book is jam-packed with diverse coping strategies, and teaches important SEL skills like positive self-talk, emotional identification, coping skills & self-awareness. Parents will also love this Feelings Guide for their children, as it not only offers fun visual supports, but also invites conversation.
Teachers, School Counselors and Parents! The MY FEELINGS TOOL-BOOK is an interactive guide that helps young people relate to their feelings in kind, compassionate, and healthy ways. This tab book is jam-packed with diverse coping strategies, and teaches important SEL skills like positive self-talk, emotional identification, coping skills, and self-awareness. FEELINGS INCLUDE: Angry, Brave, Confused, Distracted, Excited, Frustrated, Guilty, Hopeful, Impatient, Loved, Misunderstood, Shame, Worried
Teachers! This Feelings Check-In and Coping Tools Interactive Choice Board is an easy to use self-regulation calming strategies resource for your classroom or counseling office Calm Down Corner and Take a Break Spot. Designed for trauma sensitive classrooms, this lap board invites students to reflect - and name - how they are feeling and suggests to them 20 (or so) different coping skills and mindfulness exercises they can use to help them feel better, more focused, and ready to learn.