Subject: Emotions
1. Topic-
Managing Emotions
2. Content-
Helping children manage emotion.This happens by children being able to identify emotions (emotion bingo, the ability to identify others emotions and their own) understanding what other emotions means, how different situations can bring up certain emotions, how to handle those emotions properly and without rift, and the ability to deal with/cope with the emotions in certain environments.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Children should be able to identify emotions (their own and others)
2. Understanding what emotions mean and how it influences daily life
3.Types of emotions and where they may occur
4. What emotions may occur in everyday life
5. What are coping skills?
6. Learning appropriate and healthy coping skills to use when their emotions become to much.
7. Putting it into action!
4. Objectives-
1. When children are able to understand and comprehend their emotions and others they begin to understand what emotions means and looks like.
2. Understanding emotion and how it influences everyday life can help students understand how their feelings and emotions influences their behavior
3. Once students are successfully able to identify and understand the meaning of emotions, they should be able to identify and state what emotions may occur in certain situations
4. Students should be able to identify what emotions or feelings they experience most
5. Students will learn what coping skills are and how they are helpful in managing their emotional process which will help them in the long run.
6. Finding and learning about different coping skills that work best for them.
5. Materials and Aids-
Emotional bingo, Feelings wheel, YT videos, activity worksheets,
6. Procedures/Methods-


1.Practice will be done weekly in the therapeutic process
2. Practice will be done at home with family

Independent Practice-

Parents should measure their child's progress throughout the week during conversations or when the child is visibly upset.

Checking for understanding-

1Therapist should check in and explain what the student may not understand and explain it on the level where they are better suited to understand
7. Evaluation-
When parent or student reports using their coping skill or has the ability to report what emotion they felt in situations outside of the therapeutic process, therapist will then know progress has been made consecutively for six weeks.

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