There are 104 cards to play with emojis faces.
Great way to interact with groups of kids in a fun way, and to help them understand emotions in a better way.
4 colors to play with, 1st page is the back of the cards.
The Art of Being Human - An Approach to Human Intelligence
Emotional intelligence has been defined, by Peter Salovey and John Mayer, as “the ability to monitor one’s own and other people’s emotions, to discriminate between different emotions and label them appropriately, and to use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior”
Last slide is hyperlinked to the song.
Prompt children to begin a discussion about anxiety and fear using the My Fears worksheet. This worksheet will give your students an opportunity to discuss the feelings of fear and anxiety, why they are important, and how they can be harmful.
Children are asked to list their fears, describe their thoughts about the anxiety, identify where in their body they sense the feeling, and finally to create a plan for dealing with fear in the future.
The goal of this worksheet is to begin introducing children to the concept that thoughts and feelings are linked, and to increase awareness of their emotions by asking them to identify how their body responds to anxiety.
Use art to teach young students to name, identify, and recognize their emotions, and their associated bodily sensations. Ask them to choose a color to represent each emotion, and then color in the part of the body where they experience that feeling. For example, children might color fists red to represent anger. Happiness might be a yellow glow.
The Positive Psychology Discussion Cards are designed to put this technique into action by prompting clients to think about positive moments from the past week. The deck consists of 24 cards, each with a simple, unique, and meaningful prompt.
This resource is appropriate for children, adolescents, and adults. Below are a few suggested uses, but feel free to develop your own.
Give clients a take-home set of prompt cards for gratitude journaling. Ask that they choose three cards each evening, and write down their responses.
Use the cards as a group icebreaker, where participants take turns drawing a card and responding to the prompt.
Integrate the cards into a favorite board game. Every time the player takes a turn, they also answer a prompt.
This is a great game to create a nice environment and play with the kids while building up the skills that are needed.
There are 48 sentences per skill, that are divided as follow:
• Purple - Emotions/Coping Skills
• Red - Anger Management/Coping Skills
• Blue - Social Skills/Self Esteem
• Orange - Get to know you/Rapport
Great resourse to help kids identify the root of their anger and cope with their emotions. It includes:
Anger meter: help students idenfity how angry they feel and the reason behind it.
Frustration Station: helps the student reflect on strategies on how to react when feeling frustrated.
Work through the anger: Reflect on the following questions to help you better understand your anger and how to respond to it appropriately.
Take control of your emotions: When thoughts are written down, they make us see things more clearly. This paper will be a reminder on how to handle stressful situations.
Beneath the anger: Identify the root: Anger can be caused by other emotions like being sad, frustrated, jealous, afraid, embarrassed, worried, feeling alone or left out or hurt.
Anger Management checklist: Completing an anger checklist gives us some insight into how a person handles angry situations. Do they need some strategies to learn how to deal with anger issues?
It helps us to teach our students how to react or what steps to follow when having different situations that can be difficult to do by themselves.
What to do when you meet a stranger
How to ask friends to play with them
How to ask friends to eat with them
Identify safe situations
Identify unsafe situations
How to be an honest friend
Self-esteem is important because it heavily influences people’s choices and decisions. In other words, self-esteem serves a motivational function by making it more or less likely that people will take care of themselves and explore their full potential.
The last slide is hyperlinked to a self-esteem test. It can be done on-screen or you can print it out.