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Dealing with Feelings of Annoyance Worksheet

Dealing with Feelings of Annoyance Worksheet


Worksheet in which children should think about things that annoy them and ways that they could change their thinking.


Why do you need this?

This worksheet can be used to help children develop emotional regulation skills. By reflecting on what annoys them and brainstorming ways to change their thinking, children can learn to manage their emotions more effectively. This activity promotes self-awareness, problem-solving skills, and resilience in dealing with everyday challenges.


How and when might you use this?

Teachers can use such a worksheet during PSHE lessons or as part of individual or group counseling sessions. It can be integrated into a broader unit on emotions or conflict resolution. The worksheet can prompt discussions about coping strategies and positive thinking patterns, helping children build emotional intelligence and resilience. Additionally, teachers might incorporate it into classroom routines during times of heightened emotions or as part of a regular PSHE curriculum.


What is included?

This worksheet has spaces to write things that annoy them and then spaces to write ideas for helpful thoughts they could have when these things happen.


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