Created by a certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, this Emotional Intelligence Activities for Teens bundle is great for your Middle and High School Special Education population. They can be used with any self-regulation curriculum (Zones of Regulation™, PBIS™, SEL™, How Does Your Engine Run™…) to review and master the material.
The 36 page PDF digital document will be available electronically immediately following payment.
Why Are Emotional Intelligence Activities for Teens Important?
Research is showing that if you take the time to teach emotional regulation and social emotional skills in the classroom, students are more willing and able to learn. Classroom disruptive behaviors can also decrease.
Students need to learn that they always have a choice and all choices have consequences.
Their emotions and behaviors influence their ability, as well as, others ability to learn.
What is Included in the Emotional Intelligence Activities for Teens Packet?
There are 9 activities: emotion checklist, matching worksheets, memory, matching cards, fill in the blank, scoot/write the room, 2 levels of i-spy, 2 levels of word search. Worksheets in both color and black and white are included. Some prep is required. Memory, matching, clip and write the room cards will need to be cut up and laminated for continued use.
1.The Emotions key can be used as a daily check in sheet. Students can clip a mini clothes pin with their name on it next to the emotion/Zone they are in at any given time throughout the day. This can also be used as a key for the worksheets and activities.
2.Worksheets (color and black/white): draw a line to match picture to emotion word.
4.Matching cards: Match emotion word to the picture, or black and white to color.
5.Fill in the blank worksheet (color and black/white): Use the word bank of emotions to fill in the names of each emotion picture.
6.Clip cards: emoji pictures with 3 emotion choices,. Cut out and laminate cards, have students clip the correct answer with a clothes pin. Correct answers can also be marked with a dry erase marker.
7.Scoot/Write the room: Hide the emotion picture cards throughout the room, students find the cards and fill in the emotions on the Write the Room recording sheet (color and black/white).
8.i-spy Emotional Intelligence Activities for Teens: Two levels, easier in color, more challenging in black and white with answer keys.
9.Word searches: two levels with answer keys
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