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Inside Out Teaching Emotions Activities-Social Skills & Autism
Disney Pixar Inside Out inspired Teaching Emotions craft & Activities. LOVE the idea with the paint chips and words to visual for kids who need help describing how they feel. Perfect asperger's / autism tool and social skills group idea.
Capture your students attentions with these great ideas for using Disney Pixar's Inside Out in any classroom! Tackle complex topics like Mental Health, Understanding Emotions, Coping Mechanisms, Identifying Emotions, and Strengthening overall well-being. These lesson plans are perfect for any elementary and middle school teacher and school counselor! Click the to read all about how Janelle from Project School Wellness is using Inside Out to transform the lives of her students!
Inside Out-How Do You Feel
This is a great way to introduce and help kids identify different feelings using the characters from the movie, Inside Out.Includes:**'How Do You Feel' Chart (3 different color versions)**Life Quotation about embracing all your emotions**5 scenario pages that go along with each feeling and 1 set of blank scenario cards.**Islands of Personality worksheet You may also be interested in the following:Inside Out Feelings BookInside Out Break Cards
Tips and Tricks for Parents Teaching Kids about Emotions
Inspired by the Disney Pixar movie Inside Out, kids can write about their mood on different colored strips of paper to create a paper chain. A strong visual reminder that we all experience a colorful variety of emotions. Oh, and be sure to get your hands on a copy of the hit animated film on Disney Movies Anywhere 10/13 and Blu-ray 11/3!
What's Cookin' Sister?: Emotions Chart for Kids
15+ Inside Out Toys & Books for Counselors & Teachers
Inside Out Video Clips to teach feelings and emotions
FREE PRINTABLE! Who's at your control panel? An Emotional Awareness Activity for kids based on Disney/ Pixar's movie, Inside Out.
Zones of RegulationHelp students recognize when they are in different states called zones, with each of four zones represented by a different color and character from the Disney movie, Inside out.You may also be interested in the following:Inside Out Feelings BookInside Out-How Do You FeelInside Out Break Cards
This product is a frustration scale, based on the 5 Point Scale system, which uses the characters from the popular movie Inside Out. Teachers can use this frustration scale to help teach their students how to identify their current emotions starting with joy and increasing by severity all the way up to anger.