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Sometimes we can tell how people are feeling by looking at them. How are they feeling?
Sometimes people might tell us how they are feeling. Then we don’t have to guess! I’m so happy! Boy, am I mad! Yikes – I’m scared!
But sometimes it’s not easy to talk about how you feel. sad
Maybe you’re not sure how you feel… Am I sad? Or am I mad?
How can you figure out how you’re feeling? Write about it. Draw a picture.
It helps to remember what happened and how it made you feel. Then you can say… I feel sad when no one will play with me.
Or you might say… I feel mad that I didn’t win the game. I feel worried about my spelling test.
This helps you figure out your own feelings. Then you can talk about it with someone else.
Why talk about how you feel? Because keeping it locked up inside can make you feel worse !
Who can you talk with to make you feel better? your teacher your parents your friend
Talking about your feelings won’t make your problems disappear BUT now someone else knows and might be able to help.
They could help you: calm down if you’re mad think about something happy if you’re sad come up with a plan if you’re worried
Talking about your feelings can help you feel better! Let’s talk about how we feel!
Remember… 1. Think, write or draw to figure out how you feel 2. Remember what happened to make you feel this way 3. Talk to someone about how you’re feeling 4. Feel better!
So what do YOU think? Your class is running relay races in Gym today. You’re worried that you might slow down your team – and maybe even lose the race! What can you do?
Being ready is important. When adults tell me to get ready, it is my job to do it. Being ready is my responsibility. Im ready!
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