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Exploring Emotions

Exploring Emotions through ACTIVITIES

By

Danny Wayne Pettry IICertified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist 2006, Danny Pettry, All Rights Reserved.

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Copyright Notice Copyright 2006 by Danny W. Pettry II. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. This book contains activity worksheets that are exclusive with the author.

Important: You have full permission toemail, print, and distribute this e-book to anyone as long as you include its full contents including this title page and all links shown throughout this e-book.

Disclaimer Notice The author and publisher are not responsible for actions taken by anybody who leads group activities that are presented in this book. Group leaders are responsible for their own actions. The activities in this book are designed to teach the basics of a healthy leisure lifestyle for participants. The safety of participants or anyone who participates in activities should be taken into consideration at all times when leading group activities. For information, email: dannyctrs@hotmail.com

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Exploring Emotions through Activities eBookContents Learning Objectives Activity E-1 Introduction to Emotions Activity E-2 Life Satisfaction Checklist Activity E-3 Emotions Secret Code Activity Activity E-4 Emotions Word Search Puzzle Activity E-5 Emotions Crossword Puzzle Activity E-6 Emotions Matching Activity Activity E-7 Emotions Collage Activity E-8 Emotions Bingo Activity E-9 Lifes Blessings Activity E-10 Activities That Make Me Happy Activity E-11 Emotions and Music Activity E-12 Emotions and Movies Activity E-13 Emotions and Writing Activity E-14 Emotions and Humor Activity E-15 Self-Expression and Leisure Activity E-16 I Think Positive Activity E-17 Coping With Fear Activity E-18 Coping With Depression Activity E-19 Coping With Anger Activity E-20 Expressing Empathy Activity E-21 Emotional Well-Being Goal Planning Activity E-22 Emotional Well-Being Evaluation 3 4 5 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 45 47 49

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Exploring Emotions through ACTIVITIESLearning ObjectivesE-1 E-2 E-3 E-4 E-5 E-6 E-7 E-8 E-9 E-10 E-11 E-12 E-13 E-14 E-15 E-16 E-17 E-18 E-19 E-20 E-21 E-22 To increase awareness of emotions and identify times when they were felt To identify need for emotional development To increase awareness of emotions To increase familiarization of emotions To increase awareness of emotions To increase awareness of emotions To identify emotions in others To verbalize emotions To identify positives in life To identify positives in self and to understand how activities influenced mood To understand how music influences mood and emotions To understand how movies influence mood To cope with emotions with use of writing To understand how humor promotes a positive and happy mood To understand how to appropriately express ones self through leisure To increase feelings of self-worth and to feel able to accomplish things To be prepared for possible, fearful situations To cope with depression in an enjoyable way To be aware of skills to cope with anger and to create own guided journey To identify others emotions To plan a more positive, enjoyable life To demonstrate awareness of emotions, how leisure influences emotions, and how to cope with emotions

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Activity E-1: Introduction to Emotions Instructors Guide ACTIVITY Objective: To increase awareness of emotions and identify times when emotions have been felt Supplies: Copies of activity found on next two pages and one pencil for each participant. Group Size: 2 to 10 members Introduction: Purpose of activity is to introduce emotions. Activity has two parts. First part is a reading activity. It defines different emotions. Second part is a listening activity based on emotions. It requires participant to write times when he or she felt different emotions. Process: Explain purpose of activity. Pass out supplies. Randomly select participants to read aloud sections from the first part. Allow participants to independently complete the listening activity. Discuss answers as a group at end of activity. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS Allow use of colored pencils for creativity. Provide one-on-one assistance with participants as needed. Remind participants that it is okay to feel all emotions. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. What are emotions also known as? 2. Allow participants to share times when they have felt different emotions based on the listening activity. 3. Is it okay to feel all emotions? Yes. Explain why. 4. Is it okay to act out anger and frustration by hurting others? No. Explain why.

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Name: __________________________________ Date: ______________ Activity: E-1 Introduction to Emotions This activity has two parts. The first part defines different emotions. The second requires you to list times you felt certain emotions. Once you have completed them, you will be able to Identify emotions (and) Identify when you have felt these emotions

Emotions are what you feel on the inside when things happen. Emotions are also known as feelings. 1. Afraid: feeling fear and worry 2. Angry: feeling mad with a person, act, or idea 3. Ashamed: feeling bad after doing wrong 4. Confident: feeling able to do something 5. Confused: feeling unable to think clear 6. Depressed: feeling sad, blue, discouraged, and unhappy 7. Embarrassed: feeling worried about what others may think 8. Energetic: feeling full of energy 9. Excited: feeling happy and aroused 10. Glad: feeling joy and pleasure 11. Jealous: feeling upset when someone has something that you would like to have or they get to do something you wanted 12. Lonely: feeling alone and that nobody cares 13. Proud: feeling pleased for doing well 14. Relaxed: feeling at ease and without worry, calm 15. Stressed: feeling tense, tired, uneasy, and overwhelmed

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Name: __________________________________ Date: ______________ Activity: E-1 Continued Directions: Write about a time when you felt these emotions in space provided. Use definitions found on the first page of this activity for help. Emotion Afraid Angry Ashamed Confident Confused Depressed Embarrassed Energetic Excited Glad Jealous Lonely Proud Relaxed Stressed What are the top three feelings that you do not like to have most? __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ What was happening when you felt emotion?

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Activity E-2: Life Satisfaction Checklist Instructors Guide ACTIVITY Objective: To identify need for emotional development Supplies: One copy of activity found on next page and one pencil for each participant. Group Size: 2 to 10 members Introduction: Purpose of activity is to determine participants and need for emotional development Process: Explain purpose of activity. Pass out supplies. Require participants to check off the appropriate answer for each statement. Tally scores. Add up all the answers checked yes in the first column and all the answers checked no in the second column. Determine which column had the most checks. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS Allow use of colored pencils for creativity. Provide one-on-one assistance with participants as needed. Provide assistance with tallying scores as needed. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. Do you feel your results are correct? Explain why. 2. What are your emotional strengths? Focus on areas you checked yes for answers. 3. Share at least three personal strengths. 4. What areas do you need to improve upon? Focus on lines you checked no for answers. 5. Share at least one area of needed improvement. Even if you checked all yeses, think of one area that you could benefit from improving. 6. What did you learn about yourself from this activity?

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Name: __________________________________ Date: ______________ Activity: E-2 Life Satisfaction Checklist Directions: Place a checkmark in column to identify your answer. Emotional Skills 1. I have a positive outlook, most the time. 2. I like who I am. 3. I know that I am good at doing something. 4. I know what I need to work on doing better 5. I learn from my mistakes 6. I can handle any life event 7. I know different emotions 8. I am happy about 5 out of 7 days 9. I know my positive qualities 10. I can cope with my feelings 11. I enjoy free time 12. I know how to have fun 13. I put my talents to use 14. I express myself through activities 15. I do activities I enjoy 16. I know activities to do when feeling down 17. I know activities to do when feeling angry 18. I take time to learn new activities that I like 19. I feel good about the activities I do 20. I do the best I can in all activities Add total answers checked yes and no. TOTALS Yes No

ResultsMostly yes The good news is that you probably have good emotional health. You most likely accept your strengths and areas that you need to improve. You can handle disappointment every now and then. Overall, you are an active, happy and positive person. You see lifes problems as challenges and ways to grow, even if you dont realize it yet. Mostly no You may need to improve your emotional health. The good news is that you can learn to feel better. Start by smiling, doing acti