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CES students learn about emotions

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students recently learned how to manage their emotions.

 

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, recently spoke to students about how they feel when they are frustrated, disappointed, mad and worried.

 

She said students should use the “calm down” steps they learned this school year when experiencing those emotions.

 

Students should put their hands on their stomach, say “stop,” say how they are feeling and then take a deep breath.

 

When they have a problem, she said, they should use the “STEP” method to solve it. First, they should say the problem, then think of solutions, then explore the consequences of those solutions and then pick the best solution.

 

Kennon also talked to students about how they can play fairly, such as sharing, taking turns and trading.

 

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, with help from kindergartener Justice Nelson, talks to students about what they should do if they feel mad.

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, with help from kindergartener Justice Nelson, talks to students about what they should do if they feel mad.

 

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, with help from kindergartener Brayden Perkins, talks to students about what they should do if they feel worried.

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, with help from kindergartener Brayden Perkins, talks to students about what they should do if they feel worried.

 

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, with help from kindergartener Nevaeh Agent, talks to students about what they should do if they feel disappointed.

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, with help from kindergartener Nevaeh Agent, talks to students about what they should do if they feel disappointed.

 

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, talks about the “STEP” method to solving problems.

Susan Kennon, a Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center liaison at CES, talks about the “STEP” method to solving problems.





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