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There are lots of emotions a person can feel.

Emotions 1

This KS2 PSHE quiz will help you understand when some emotions will be felt by yourself or others as well as teaching you the definitions of some words you can use to describe your emotions.

Emotions are the names given to our feelings. They describe the way we feel at different times and enable us to process the situation we are in and how we are responding to it. Our emotions can change quickly from one moment to the next and sometimes certain emotions can last a long time. Some emotions are nice to feel and some are harder to deal with but all emotions are important and it is okay to talk about our emotions with others. There are 6 main categories that emotions can be divided into: happiness, anger, fear, sadness, disgust and surprise, with numerous words being used to describe different degrees of each emotion. It is important that you can start to identify which emotions you are feeling and why - as well being able to tell what emotions are being felt by those around you so that you can respond in an appropriate way.

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1.
If you broke your teacher’s favourite cup, what emotion might YOU feel?
Guilt
Happiness
Excitement
Depression
Guilt is an emotion we feel when we have done something wrong, even when it was accidental
2.
What emotion would the teacher feel?
Guilt
Excitement
Love
Sadness
The teacher would probably be sad to find their favourite cup broken
3.
What emotion might you feel just before you tell the teacher what happened?
Love
Nervousness
Excitement
Surprise
It is likely that you would be nervous or even anxious about telling the teacher but it is always best to be honest
4.
Which of these is not an emotion?
Love
Hate
Breathlessness
Happiness
Feeling breathless is a physical feeling, not an emotional one
5.
When might you experience frustration?
When you are looking forward to something
When you can't get something to work the way you intended
When you learn a new skill quicker than expected
When you win a prize
Frustration is an emotion that is experienced when you are unable to complete something the way you intended
6.
If you don’t do well on a test, which emotion might you experience?
Nervousness
Grief
Relief
Disappointment
Disappointment is an emotion that you experience when you feel let down by yourself or others
7.
When might someone feel anxious?
When they are concerned about something
When they see someone they love
When they are full
When they are looking forward to something
Feeling anxious is an emotion that occurs when you are worrying about something with an uncertain outcome
8.
When might you experience the emotion grief?
When someone dies
When a new baby is born
When you fail a test
When you don’t get your own way
Grief is an emotion that you usually feel when a person or pet dies and is like an intense sadness
9.
When might you feel exasperated?
When you are very surprised
When you are very nervous
When you are very excited
When you are very frustrated
You might feel exasperated when you have been very frustrated or annoyed for a long period of time
10.
When might you feel enraged?
When you are very happy
When you are very angry
When you are very anxious
When you are very joyful
Feeling enraged is an emotion you might experience when you are very angry

 

Author:  Terri Brown

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