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Who Wants to be a Millionaire ~ FRIENDS Edition ~
A:B: FunFeelings 1.What does the first step of the FRIENDS plan stand for? C:D: ForgiveFunny
A:B: EnergyEat Pizza 2. What does the fourth step of the FRIENDS plan stand for? C:D: ElmoExplore Coping Plans
A:B: RelaxResources 3. What does the second step of the FRIENDS plan stand for? C:D: Read a lot of booksRemember to be nice
A:B: Do spend time with friends Drink orange juice 4. What does the sixth step of the FRIENDS plan stand for? C:D: Dont forget to practice Dont practice at all
A:B: I can talk to an adultI should just give up 5. What does the third step of the FRIENDS plan stand for? C:D: I dont think I can do it I can do it
A:B: Never give upNow or never 6. What does the fifth step of the FRIENDS plan stand for? C:D: Now rewardsNow relax
A:B: Sing a songSpend time with friends 7. What does the seventh step of the FRIENDS plan stand for? C:D: Smile and say yeahSmile and stay calm
A:B: TrueFalse 8.Self-talk is another name for the things we tell ourselves? C:D: MaybeI dont know
A:B: To cope betterTo calm down 9. Why is it important to use relaxation skills? C:D: To feel better about ourselves All of the above
A:B: When we try to cope with worrying situations When we climb a small step of our coping plan 10. When should we reward ourselves? C:D: Whenever we do something we are proud of All of the above
A:B: Taking large steps towards a goal Giving Up 11. What is a Coping Step Plan C:D: Taking small steps towards a goal None of the above
A:B: TrueFalse 12. Learning to cope helps us feel happier C:D: I dont knowOnly sometimes
A:B: TrueFalse 13.Thoughts are in your heart and feelings are in your head. C:D: I dont knowIt depends
A:B: TrueFalse 14. Helpful thoughts make us feel confident and brave C:D: I never feel braveI have no idea
A:B: TrueFalse 15. An unhelpful thought is red, and a helpful thought is green C:D: Aren't they orange?I dont know
A:B: HeadacheButterflies in our stomach 16. What are some signs our bodies give us to help us know when we are feeling anxious? C:D: Sweaty palmsAll of the above
A:B: Red ThoughtGreen Thought 17. Is this an example of a red thought or a green thought: This is a bad idea. I am not good at this! C:D: Rainbow thoughtBlack thought
A:B: Helpful thoughtUnhelpful Thought 18. Is this an example of a helpful thought or an unhelpful thought: I know I can do it! I will practice and have lots of fun C:D: BothNeither
A:B: Learning from othersIgnoring the situation 19. Another way to be more confident and brave is by: C:D: Asking for supportA & C
A:B: ParentFriend 20. Examples of people on a support team can include: C:D: TeacherAll of the above
A:B: TrueFalse 21. When trying to relax, you should make sure you are breathing really fast. C:D: You should actually hold your breath I dont know
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