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Students to think of a time where they have had an experience that relates to each of the numbers on the Emotional Thermometer
e.g. The feeling of mindfulness would sit next to Number 1.
Students are to create their own Emotional Thermometer! Use a 1-10 scale like the one below. Be creative with the colours and your scale e.g. 1 may be worded differently to calm/relaxed.
Bring a copy of your finished Thermometer to school or sen d it to your teacher on Class Dojo!
Daily Check in
Draw how you feel today
Today you are going to help complete chores around the house e.g. Baking, Washing, Cleaning and or Gardening.
- After this you are going to write a reflection about how you felt once this was complete.
- What EQ skills did you use?
- What emotions/feelings did you experience when you were asked to do this?
Relate this to our Emotional Literacy work completed in Term 2.
Today you are going to finish the design of your Emotional Thermometer. Remember bright colours, bolded numbers and words
Today you are going to practice some mindfulness.
In the 5/6 unit we practice mindfulness through a range of activities which are listed below.
I want you to practice this and then talk about how you felt when it was over.
What emotion are you experiencing when you finish your mindfulness ? (Emotion check in)
Early Finisher Task
If you have completed all of the activities for this week, try a guided mindfulness activity.
We acknowledge that teaching mindfulness to our children is an essential way to show them they can be the master of their emotions. This is a skill which will benefit them for a lifetime.