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This is sooo easy ---> Make this Practice Thermometer with a straw and a pipe cleaner! Great way to discuss the intensity of angry feelings.

The Feelings Thermometer

The Feelings Thermometer

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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

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A Feeling Thermometer is a useful Emotional Fitness Tool. This one measures the growth of anger. A feeling clue is anything that tells you a strong feeling has come to visit you.

This Weather Station could be adapted to a feelings thermometer.

Child Care Basics Resource Blog: Weather Station

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Clients identify situations in which they have been angry and then rank the severity on a scale from 1 to 10. Clients can be asked to then identify the associated triggers, thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or consequences.

Anger Thermometer

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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.

Mood Thermometers

Calledtofoster.com

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Reset the Thermostat on a Hot Temper - free printable handouts and worksheets!

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.