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Another connection to Glad Monster; Sad Monster. This might be a little too easy for them, but it is a good, fun coloring project.

Anger Map- a fun tool to get to know a kid's triggers and what helps them calm down!

The Way I Feel... Activity- Great for teaching feelings in the moment of a behavior...stop and take a minute to draw your feeling, then reflect back on it.

I used this many times yesterday and every kids loved it.....I made another copy and include various other feelings that I listed at the bottom of the page and left a blank where the word anger was. I let the kid pick the emotions.

I feel like a Grinch when... click the link there are so many great holiday ideas..some of course you may have to tweek to be less holiday depending on how your school system/principle feels about holidays in school but they are so cute!

Looking for a way to help your students improve their Feelings vocabulary? Try these two vocabulary games. The first, Feelings Sort, students must sort words into two categories, "Good Feelings" and "Bad Feelings." The second requires students to match up synonyms for feelings words. Both games come with recording sheets, and both are easily differentiated. You can have students play with 16 or 32 word cards, depending on their ability.

Seuss Week bulletin board or door. Kids paint a kid cutout and fill in the blanks: "[color] makes me feel [ ]"

This activity will allow children to think about what it is to feel safe and who in their lives helps them to feel safe.This activity can lead ...