Giant Display Feelings Thermometer


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  • Apr 20th

    class display

  • Apr 19th

    class display

  • Mar 23rd

    Teach them to identify their anger level

  • Feb 15th

    self regulation for home education

  • Oct 5th

    Special needs classroom - Visual reminder for self regulations

  • Sep 17th

    self regulation

  • Sep 13th

    Nice work, thanks !

  • Aug 22nd

    Emotional literacy in a high needs, complex early years EALD classroom ...great to have a visual reminder!

  • Apr 30th

    Emotional understanding and regulation

  • Apr 27th

    Circle time - discussing feelings....happy....sad....angry etc.

  • Mar 13th

    Using for a child to identify how he is feeling

  • Mar 9th

    How to help students self-regulate their behavior

  • Mar 9th

    help a child identify how he is feeling

  • Mar 5th

    how to lern them

  • Jan 17th

    Part of winter display (Thermometer)

  • Jan 17th

    ELSA support

  • Dec 10th

    To address Behaviour

Giant Display Feelings Thermometer

Giant Display Feelings Thermometer - Based on our A4 feelings thermometer, this is a handy giant version! A visual way for children to communicate their feelings. Your children can use either the numbers or the colours to communicate their emotion.
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  • Homepage » SEN » SEN (Additional Needs) » Emotions & Behaviour
  • Homepage » SEN » Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties » Behaviour Management » Feeling Charts and Aids
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