Everyone feels disappointed at times but sometimes that disappointment can turn to frustration or anger. By teaching children that it is okay to feel disappointed and by teaching them good coping skills, they will begin to accept disappointment and move on more easily. Find the game here: Disappointed: What Does It Mean?
Objective: To help students understand how to accept disappointment
How will learning take place? Through an engaging game to help students practice distinguishing the difference between accepting disappointment and not accepting disappointment.
Additional Components (not included in the digital version on boom learning): There will also be a printable activity sheet to go right along with this game, a transition activity to close the lesson as well as an extended learning idea on how to embed this casually into your classroom throughout the week or even better the year!
Find the game here: Disappointed: What Does It Mean?
Similar Digital Version on Boom Learning: Disappointed
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