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Use this paper fortune teller craft to teach and practice coping strategies for anxiety, anger, stress, depression, and other strong emotions.

Coping Skills Use this paper fortune teller craft to teach and practice coping strategies for anxiety, anger, stress, depression, and other strong emotions.

My Worry Cup Worksheet

Drawing out feelings is a nonthreatening way of approaching students with big emotions. Students can write their worries in each drop and demonstrate the size of their worries. Counseling professionals can help kids identify which situations may be bigger

How Do I Feel?: An Emotions Chart  Are your kids learning how to talk about their feelings? Pop over to Liz's Early Learning Spot and grab this free emotions chart to help your little ones articulate what they're experiencing. It's not just about emotional types but also the intensity and how their body is physically reacting. You'll also find links to more free printables and ideas for helping children manage their own behaviour including these calming strategy cards.   Till next time…

How intense are my feelings? How is my body reacting? This free emotions chart helps kids think about the emotions they're experiencing!