A self-regulation game to help students identify feelings, practice coping strategies, and work to develop a self-regulation plan. Students who struggle with self-regulation benefit from engaging, fun ways to practice self regulation skills learned during lessons and counseling. The ocean theme helps students understand the abstract concept of how emotions vary in intensity.
Students learn to identify when they feel certain feelings, what those feelings look like and feel like, and to think about ways they can stay in control of their feelings and actions. Most importantly, the game focuses on matching a coping strategy to an emotion, based on how strong the emotion is.
- Game Directions
- Game Board
- 60 Game Cards
- 27 Feelings Cards
- 18 Strategy Cards + Blank Cards to Make Your Own
- Sort It Mat
- Dice & Player Pieces
This game is best for students in third through fifth grade but could be used with second and sixth with modifications. This game is ideal for school counselors, school psychologists, special education teachers, speech and language pathologists, and classroom teachers.
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