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Balloon People Balloons are one of the best inventions ever! There are an endless amount of ways to have fun with balloons, so coming up with this idea to use balloons to explore feelings was a natural. These balloon people help children explore and identify their emotions in a fun and playful way. Don’t be surprised if a tribe of balloon people invade your house. Objectives: Emotional Awareness, identifying feelings, fine motor
Stick Up For Your Feelings!-Social Skills Activity The first thing we need to do was to define different feelings. Then we need to work on recognizing those feelings by paying attention to the other person’s body language and facial expressions. Learning through playing a social skills activity is a great way to introduce these important concepts. To work on these skills I created this game, My Many Colored Feelings and the How Am I Feeling? Game.
“Applying Real Life Coping Skills: A Social Skills Game and Activity Pack" uses real life scenarios to teach stress management strategies to older elementary and secondary students.This resource can be used across various settings. Scenario cards make great discussion starters and writing prompts. $