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Happiness is an emotion.

Emotions 2

This KS2 PSHE quiz will show you how you can take control of your own emotions. It will also demonstrate some of the ways you can change them if you want to, as well as give you some ideas on how you can change the emotions of those around you.

There are 6 main types of emotion: happiness, anger, fear, sadness, disgust and surprise, with many additional words used to describe the varying degrees of these emotions. Some emotions feel nice to experience and we can try and encourage these to happen on a frequent basis. Other emotions can be less pleasant and we might try and avoid situations where these occur. Examples are revising for an exam so you don’t feel disappointed if you fail, or avoiding an argument with a friend so you don’t feel sad. Regardless of the emotion you experience, it is good to be aware of them and understand what causes them - but also to be aware of what can change them. In this way, you can take control of your emotions to reduce the ones you don’t want to experience and increase the ones you do. It is also good to be able to identify what emotions other people are experiencing, and be aware of how you can impact on their feelings in both positive and negative ways.

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1.
If you want to improve your mood what should you NOT do?
Talk about your problems
Think about your problems
Laugh with friends
Physical exercise
Thinking about your problems on your own is not a good way to improve your mood. Talking about them with someone can be helpful. Other ways to improve mood include laughing with friends or exercising
2.
If you felt disappointed with something you tried, what should you do?
Forget about it
Try it again
Never do it again
Tell someone
If you feel disappointed with your achievements, you can practise and try again instead of focusing on the negative feelings
3.
If you were feeling guilty about lying to someone, what could you do to feel better?
Forget about it
Blame someone else
Make up a better lie
Tell them the truth
Guilt can be reduced by being honest and apologising
4.
What could you do if you were feeling anxious about a test?
Watch TV
Talk to someone about it
Miss the test
Cheat
If you are feeling anxious or worried about something, talking about it to someone else can help reduce the anxiety and reassure you about the situation
5.
How could you reduce your own feelings of frustration?
Ask for help
Be mean to someone else
Have a nap
Have something to eat
Frustration is an emotion that occurs when we are unable to achieve something. We can reduce this feeling by asking for help with what we are doing
6.
If you made someone feel embarrassed, how might you make them feel better?
Pretend it was a joke
Apologise
Do it again
Pretend it wasn't you
It is important to apologise if we embarrass someone or make them feel upset in anyway
7.
If someone said they were feeling nervous, how could you help?
Tell them a joke
Tell them they are being silly
Ignore them
Reassure them
If someone is nervous you can help them by reassuring them that it will be okay and discussing it with them
8.
How might you make someone feel upset?
Tell them a joke
Ask them to play with you
Tell them you are upset
Insult them
If you insult someone or are mean to someone, you can impact their emotions and make them feel upset
9.
What is a sensible way to reduce your anger?
Shouting at someone
Having a fight
Going for a walk
Reading a book
Physical exercise is a great way to reduce your feelings of anger
10.
How could you make someone feel happy?
Tell them how happy you are
Tell them they should be happy
Pay them a compliment
Make fun of them
You can make someone feel happy by paying them a compliment and saying something nice about them

 

Author:  Terri Brown

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