Dealing with emotions.
A thermometer of emotions, ranging from joyful to overloaded. I used this as PSHE lesson about knowing what emotions we feel, and about what emotions are needed when learning, and what we can do when we are not feeling those emotions in order to make sure we get the most from our lessons. I have a big copy of this on my PSHE wall and the children tell me in the morning what number they are feeling so that we all can help as a class to get them to a lower number by the end of the day if they are feeling stressed or anxious.


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Created: Apr 3, 2013

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