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My Sadness Monster activity

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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 sad feelings and to better understand what makes them sad. Includes a digital version for use with Google Slides.


Activity description including instructions/walk-through of activity, objectives, materials, guiding questions, SEL competencies addressed, and ASCA standards.

2 pages of My Sadness Monster (one example already completed, one blank)

3 pages of Color my Sadness (identifying what makes them sad)

2 pages of People/Places that make me sad.

Black & White versions included.

►Google Slide Version Included.

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▶️Where can I find the google slides link?

Google slides link and instructions are on the 3rd to the last page of the PDFs.

▶️What formats are included?

-Pdf version to print out.

-Google Slides version.

▶️What mode should I use this in google slides?

This product is meant to be used in "edit" mode (not "presentation" mode). Edit mode is the only mode that allows drag & drop and writing in text boxes.

⚠️This is a downloadable, printable (PDF) item. You will not receive anything in the mail.


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If you have questions please contact me: HeartandMindTeaching@gmail.com


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What Educators are Saying

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I used this activity along with the others in the series to review feelings with my students. The kids enjoyed the monsters as they were a good visual to show how their bodies can feel with experiencing this feeling. The worksheet that went with it was good for them as they had to think and discuss the statement.   -Janelle K.

This has been a great resource to engage kids who enjoy the bright colors but struggle with their emotions!       -Lisa D.

We use "Ruler" in our school and this fit in so well! Thank you!     -Jennifer P.