Splish, Splash, Oops!
In the classroom, Riley gets impatient and pushes Zoe. She thinks Zoe is too slow to wash her hands. Sometimes a Zoom-Out and a few strategies to manage our emotions are all we need to stay respectful despite our frustrations.
A simple interractive game where students try to indentify the emotion of a character.
An arts and craft project that teaches the youngest student the intensity of different emotions.
A quick exercise where the students try to indentify emotions based on facial cues.
Self-awareness is an individual's ability to understand their emotions, thoughts, actions, and values.
Relationship skills help us create and sustain positive, healthy, and supportive relationships with others in different settings.
Self-management is the ability to manage emotions, reactions, and behaviors in various situations to meet goals and aspirations.