Yolandi Crous
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How to Create an Anti-Anxiety Kit for Your Child including free printable relaxation prompts
Min Jars and Mini Mind Jars for kids.  A great tool for recognizing and refocusing emotions.
Anger Rules "It's ok to be angry, but don't hurt others, don't hurt yourself, don't hurt property..."
Feeling faces  This is great for little ones that have a hard time finding the right word to describe their emotions--works great with a feeling journal to help them learn what the feeling is and what the facial features might be in each situation.
This is a multiple choice activity for teaching or revising feelings and emotions related vocabulary.  Students are asked to look at the picture and choose the correct option.
Exploring Emotions With LEGO Faces - 3rd -6th Grade Set Homeschool Encouragement  - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins
Emotions cards-from Teacher Treasures-Mary's Freebie Page
Make a deck of cards with two cards of each emotion. Play go fish. When a pair is found, describe a time when you've felt that emotion.
Stress Ball Balloons - balloons filled with playdough, with faces drawn on with markers. These are a great for discussing emotions as well as giving those little finger muscles a good work out!
Are you trying to help your students use strong vocabulary to describe feelings? This Feelings A-Z poster will help improve the quality of your student's responses whether they are discussing their own feelings, the feelings of characters in books they are reading, or feelings of characters in the stories they are writing. Posters can be hung on classroom walls, projected onto SMARTboard, displayed in writing centers, or used as individual word walls in students folders.