If you need to work on emotional regulation via telehealth or distance learning, Meet the Neighbors Emotional Regulation activity is FUN and ENGAGING to play with your students. Using Google Forms, Kerri Healey, COTA has created this interactive game to identify emotions and learn/practice calming strategies to help students succeed.
The information to make a copy of the Google form will be available electronically immediately following payment. You will need a Google Drive and internet access to use the resource.
How Does the Meet the Neighbors Emotional Regulation Activity Work?
- Download the PDF to make a copy of the Google Form.
- Click on SEND to get a link to complete the Meet the Neighbors game.
- Students can identify emotions and practice 8 different calming strategies.
Watch a Video of the Game in Action
What Is Included?
- the link to make a copy of the interactive Google Form
- examples of different situations to identify the emotion
- choices to learn calming strategies via You Tube videos or picture examples
What Skills are Student Practicing When They Play Meet the Neighbors?
- emotional regulation
- identifying emotions
- calming strategies
How to Use the Google Form
When you open up your copy of the Google Form it will be in QUESTIONS mode or edit mode. You need to get the link to give access to the student to make the choices and progress through the activity. Click on the SEND button to get the link. Copy the link and send it to your student or open it up on your computer if you are sharing your screen or in person. Now the student can complete the activity.
Once the student hits SUBMIT the response will be saved and you can view what activities they completed in the Responses section. If you want to collect data on individual students you will need to make copies of the form for each student.
Each purchase is a single license, for a single teacher, therapist or parent. If additional professionals wish to use the product, the buyer must purchase additional copies.
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