Unit 2: Emotion Management

Unit 2: Emotion Management
Unit FlyerOctober 24 - November 11

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Lesson 6: Sometimes We Feel Happy
In this lesson, students will learn to use body language and context clues to figure out when someone feels happy. They’ll practice looking at the person’s face and body, as well as thinking about what’s going on in the situation.

You Can Try This at Home
Encourage your child to notice when others around them feel happy. Have them practice using body language and context clues to figure out when family members, friends, or characters in books, movies, or on TV might be feeling happy.

Lesson 7: Sometimes We Feel Sad
In this lesson, students will  learn to use body language and context clues to figure out when someone feels sad. They’ll practice looking at the person’s face and body, as well as thinking about what’s going on in the situation.

You Can Try This at Home
Encourage your child to notice when others around them feel sad. Have them practice using body language and context clues to figure out when family members, friends, or characters in books, movies, or on TV might be feeling sad.

Lesson 8: Sometimes We Feel Mad
In this lesson, students will learn to use body language and context clues to figure out when someone feels mad. They’ll practice looking at the person’s face and body, as well as thinking about what’s going on in the situation.

You Can Try This at Home
Encourage your child to notice when others around them feel mad. Have them practice using body language and context clues to figure out when family members, friends, or characters in books, movies, or on TV might be feeling mad.

Lesson 9: We Can Feel Calm
In this lesson, students will learn two ways to help themselves feel calm when they encounter strong feelings: asking for help and slow breathing.

You Can Try This at Home
Ask your child to tell you some ways they’ve learned to feel calm when they get upset. Have them teach you how to use slow breathing to feel calm.

Lesson 10: What Are They Feeling?
In this lesson, students will show that they can use body language and context clues to figure out how someone is feeling. They’ll also show they can use slow breathing as a way to help themselves feel calm when they encounter strong feelings.

You Can Try This at Home
Ask your child to tell you how they think others around them might be feeling, for example a sibling or a character in a story, a movie, or a TV show.
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