Students compare and contrast themselves to how animals behave when angry or calm. Now includes a digital version for use with Google Slides and Google Classroom for digital learning. They will identify calm traits that they would like to have. Great for students who are struggling with angry feelings.
This activity takes about 30 minutes to complete with a small or large group. The goal is for students to self reflect on their own expression of anger and to better understand what makes them angry. It also explores calm behaviors and students decide which calm expressions they want to display more of.
- Activity description including instructions/walk-through of activity, objectives, materials, guiding questions, ASCA standards alignment, and SEL competencies.
- 4 pages of My Angry Animal (2 pages of checklists to find the angry animal they have the most in common with, 2 pages of reflection)
- 4 pages of My Calm Animal (2 pages of checklists to find the calm animal they want to have more in common with, 2 pages of reflection and goal setting.)
- Black and white version included.
►UPDATED: Now includes Google Classroom version, the link to access this resource on Google Drive and instructions for use is on page 21.
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