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Teaching emotions

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For the clip, children cut out the "I feel" tag and stick it to a piece of card. Attach the card to a wooden clothes pin with a piece of double-sided sticky tape.

This FREE mood meter clip card is really easy to make and is great for practising emotions vocabulary and exploring feelings with your kids!

Teaching MOOD with MUSIC

Do you use music in your classroom? I absolutely LOVE using music! I think it can help keep students focused and relaxed while working, I also think it’s great for classroom management, and I think it’s a wonderful motivator for students! Let’s face it… MUSIC can be quite MAGICAL in the classroom. However, for today’s post I am going to focus on how I use music to teach my students all about MOOD. {If you’d like a free copy of these resources simply click here.}You see mood is one of those…

Great reminders to help remind students what to say when someone is "bugging" them. Great anchor chart for classroom management.:

Looking to find Social Skills Worksheets for Kids to help you incorporate social emotional learning (SEL) in your curriculum? Get 15+ fantastic hands-on materials which will help engage and motivate your students with SEL!

Social Emotional Learning starts with children recognizing, labeling, and understanding the different feelings & emotions that people experience. These multicultural visual support posters and accompanying handbook provide definitions, examples, facial expressions, and body language cues for 50 different feelings. Hang the feeling posters in your classroom or counseling office. Or use the Feelings Handbook during individual, small group, or SEL lessons, either in person or via distance…

Teachers, school counselors, and school social workers can use this lap board as part of their classroom management and/or social-emotional curriculum or as an individual intervention for students who need additional support with self-regulation.   Can act as a stand alone "Calming Corner" or supplement your already existing classroom and/or office Take A Break, Peace Corner, Zen Zone and Calm Down Station.  Great as a Check-In and Check-Out resource, too.

Teachers, school counselors, and school social workers can use this lap board as part of their classroom management and/or social-emotional curriculum or as an individual intervention for students who need additional support with self-regulation. Can act as a stand alone "Calming Corner" or supplement your already existing classroom and/or office Take A Break, Peace Corner, Zen Zone and Calm Down Station. Great as a Check-In and Check-Out resource, too.

Elaine's Emotional Check In. Each popsicle stick has a student's name and this is part of their calendar routine in 1st grade.

Elaine's Emotional Check In. Each popsicle stick has a student's name and this is part of their calendar routine in 1st grade.