Emotions Thermometer Check In Binder and Poster Options – Coping Tools Preschool are a great way to incorporate a feelings emotions check in chart and cards in your classroom or homeschool.
Use these super fun posters and cards to help kids identify their emotions and learn to self regulate them in the classroom.
TEACH SOCIAL EMOTIONAL SKILLS WITH EASE!
My Emotions Thermometer Binder Printables and Posters: This printable binder book and various posters was created to help teach younger children (toddlers and preschoolers) to learn to recognise their own escalation cycle and help develop emotional regulation skills. Children need a simpler way to understand that their feelings can differ and change in intensity depending on factors which are sometimes out of their control. In order for students to understand this concept, they need to recognise and label their emotions early to manage their own emotions in a classroom environment – but also as a lifelong skill. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is the most important stepping stone to effective learning.
This product is also ideal for students and children who require a bit more behavioural support within the general education classroom. It can also be used to implement IEP goals which include targeting emotional literacy and self regulation.
How to assemble:
Several charts are included in this resource, designed to create visual support cards to be used with pegs or any other material. They can also be used in a printable binder (insert them into plastic sleeve protectors). Once assembled these cards can be used to teach basic emotional literacy skills or as a visual prompt for addressing student behavior. For ease of use, it is recommended that the cards are printed on card stock and laminated for durability – however there are several options for use.