This is sooo easy ---> Make this Practice Thermometer with a straw and a pipe cleaner! Great way to discuss the intensity of angry feelings.
Use as a scale for how kids are feeling, how angry or sad, etc on a scale of 1 to 10. Do this before and after talking or use as group check in check out.
Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom: Math tools
Child Care Basics Resource Blog: Weather Station
Kids can track the weather for five days with a free printable recording sheet and this handy thermometer slide (made from two paper towel tubes). I'm going to adapt this to tracking the intensity of feelings, specifically anger.
Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs
Feelings chart shaped like a thermometer, for kids. Each color comes with a variety of matching word choices, from "calm" to "frustrated" to "enraged". Magnets with our names allows the whole family to be involved.