Family Tree of Emotions helps you figure out why you feel the way you do. Write the emotion you feel in the first box then follow it with
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Assign students one emotion word. They draw a character to illustrate the emotion. Then students write a short story about why the character feels the way they do.
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First Grade Wow: Why do Writers Write and Readers Read?
All those crazy things that happen while cooking - this explains why and what to do instead. Maybe, just maybe, I will figure out a way to
'MY HUSBAND WON'T TALK WITH ME!' What do you do? Many men who shut down when asked personal questions about their feelings do so because they don’t know the answer and they feel stupid and shamed. Instead of reflecting why they don’t know or figuring out how to find out, they lash out and blame the person who made them feel that way. -Leslie Vernick
Love this idea. We do the ornament tradition already so this would be a great way to document and journal about them.- how cute would this be to give to your kids when they move out of the house with a box full of all their old oranaments to decorate their first tree?!!!
Zones of Regulation for smartboard..when teaching and learning ZR we can keep this up on the smartboard, and kids can practice finding what zone they feel their emotions are in. Like a check in. Helps to practice monitoring their emotions. Maybe even be able to have their names up on the smartboard and they can move the emotion they are feeling to where their name is at
Do you feel this way about me?
Do an "E" for Emery, or maybe letter ? once we figure out a first name. Where would you buy the buttons though? (Check Walmart for the
ARE YOU GOING TO GIVE UP - I know things haven’t worked out the way you hoped that they would, but does this mean you give up on your vision ever coming to pass? Do you give up and walk away from the things I promised you? Did you really want it? If so, why would you stop at the first stumbling block that gets in your way? I have called you and I have a purpose, and plan for your life that is better than what you want and have ever even imagined.
Since intense emotions make logical thinking difficult or impossible, If you happen to find yourself in an #intense emotional place, try to do something enjoyable or distracting to take the edge off the emotion before doing any of these exercises.
I WILL do this when I'm married... starting with our first Christmas. Save the 1" slice of tree trunk and write on it with a Sharpie
In order to move on, you must understand why you felt the way you did and why you no longer need to feel it. Mitch Albom.
A cute way to teach inference: pass these out and have the students act out the "secret emotion" you give them. The other students try to
seymour: /squishy knot pillow - the comments section helps you figure out how to make it.
DRAWING CONCLUSIONS: When you look at this image, can you decide what this family is doing, and why they are doing it? Write your thoughts