top of page
Positive Thinking Worksheet

Positive Thinking Worksheet


Worksheet in which children think about what thoughts and feelings led to a certain behaviour and then think about how different thoughts might change the outcome.


Why do you need this?

This worksheet encourages children to reflect on their actions by identifying the thoughts and feelings that preceded their behaviour. This process promotes self-awareness and helps children understand the factors influencing their actions.


Understanding the role of thoughts and feelings in behaviour helps children develop emotional regulation skills. They learn that they can influence their emotions by changing their thoughts, leading to more adaptive coping strategies when faced with challenging situations.


How and when might you use this?

This worksheet could be used in a variety of ways:

· In lessons on social-emotional learning that focus on understanding and managing their emotions.

· To aid conflict resolution after an incident to allow children to reflect.

· During counselling sessions with students who exhibit behavioural difficulties or emotional struggle.

· As 1:1 support for a child struggling with strong emotions.

· This worksheet could be used proactively with students as a preventative measure to equip students with skills for managing stress, anger, or other challenging emotions.


What is included?

Included are 2 versions of the worksheet, one in colour and one in black and white


bottom of page