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SEL Boom Deck-Rock, Paper, Scissors-Feeling! A Fun SEL Game!

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In this 24-playing card SEL Boom Deck, students will play the rock, paper, scissors game and practice sharing their feelings! If playing for a whole class lesson, 2 students come up to the Smartboard or projector and one is person A and the other is person B. Person A touches the disappearing question mark above A to reveal either a rock, paper, or scissors image. Person B does the same. Then the winner of the rock, paper, scissors card game will share a time they felt the feeling below the winning card (either A or B). Students can also act out the feeling as well. The winner then drags and drops the feeling onto the stage where the image will disappear. The person who lost the game will stay at the board until they also get a turn. You can play this as a whole class, center activity, or with partners-it is up to you! The directions are for a whole classroom lesson but you can tweak it to work for your class and your lesson planning. This resource will allow students to practice self-awareness, social awareness, and emotion management. Simply download the PDF and you can click on the image to access the Boom Deck.

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