Emotion thermometer is a visual tool that allows young people to rate how they feel. Every image on the thermometer has a facial expression and color that corresponds to a certain emotion. Becoming aware of their feelings allows kids and teens to cope better and resolve conflicts.
Parents, teachers, social workers, and mental health professionals can use this handout to support kids and teens in identifying their feelings. More importantly, it shows them various coping skills that will help them feel better, such as taking deep breaths, using kind words, and doing a hobby they enjoy.
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I liked how quickly I received my PDF so I could use it right away. The bright colors are very appealing and the color coordinated feelings works well with the population I work with.
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I was short on time, again, and found this - it exactly what I needed.
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Thank you, Misty!
this is a really useful resource for the students in my educational establishment.
it gives a clear focus to identify where a student is on the thermometre. then educate them how to move into a less stressful place.
Thank you so much, Sheila. Please don't forget to check our other worksheets, handouts, and posters.
Than you, Amy!