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Looking for a coping skills workbook that helps kids identify their feelings?   If so, you’ll love our Feelings Tool-book! Jam-packed with effective calming strategies, your students, children, or clients are guaranteed to find helpful self-regulation tools that they can use the next time they feel strong emotions.  Perhaps best of all, this interactive workbook is filled with fun and colorful illustrations!  Consequently, making it super accessible for emerging readers, ELL students, and emotionally dysregulated kiddos to use.

This social emotional learning workbook also features many interactive parts.  On top of naming their feelings and choosing an appropriate coping tool, children also put together an action plan,  For example, they identify who they can talk to when they feel a certain way.  Then they write about what the feeling is telling them that they might need.  Next, they choose a helpful strength statement or positive affirmation.   In addition, there are sections to write about when they feel a certain emotion, body sensation clues, and accompanying feelings.


Why Teach Kids About Coping Tools

When you teach kids how to use helpful coping skills, they learn how to relate to uncomfortable feelings with self-compassion.  Even though self-regulation skills do not necessarily get rid of stressful situations, they can help children make better choices.  Additionally, using healthy coping strategies helps students to build on their strengths and develop resiliency.


Ways To Use This Book

Teachers love using Feelings Tool-Book in their Calm Down Corner, SEL distance learning support, trauma-informed classroom, and social emotional learning curriculum. In addition, school counselors use it as an individual intervention for students who need emotional regulation support.

Similarly, parents love this Feelings Guide for their children!  It not only offers fun visual supports, but also invites conversation and connection when reading and working through the book at home together.


The Feelings Featured In This Workbook Are:

  • Angry
  • Bored
  • Brave
  • Calm
  • Confused
  • Disappointed
  • Discouraged
  • Distracted
  • Embarrassed
  • Envious
  • Excited
  • Frustrated
  • Guilty
  • Happy
  • Hesitant
  • Hopeful
  • Impatient
  • Insecure
  • Lonely
  • Loved
  • Misunderstood
  • Sad
  • Scared
  • Shame
  • Shy
  • Silly
  • Stressed Out
  • Tired
  • Worried



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Product Categories

Best Sellers, Coping Skills + Self-Regulation, Classroom Management, Social Emotional Tools, Self-Efficacy + Self-Esteem, Individual + Group Counseling, Executive Functioning

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  • Interactive Tab Book with 29 different feelings, in both DIGITAL and PDF formats
  • Each feeling page has at least 6 different coping skill suggestions
  • Action Plan / Worksheet for each feeling
  • Choice between full color, light color, and black/white printing options (Digital is full color only)
  • Choice between round tabs, rectangle tabs or full page/no tabs (Digital is round tabs only)
  • Workbooks/Worksheets students can take with them (same as the Action Plan forms)


This was a great addition to my calm down box. I especially loved that it gave the students different ideas of ways to calm down based on how they were feeling. I laminated the book so that it could be used over and over again by students with a dry erase marker.

-Brittany H.

July 20, 2020, TPT Review



This book is loaded with awesome coping strategies/SEL skills and mindfulness strategies! I always feel overwhelmed when trying to decide what to purchase from WholeHearted School Counseling, because I could quite literally purchase her entire store. I own MANY of her resources, which all are thorough, comprehensive, creative, and unique. This resource is no exception! Thank you for creating and selling on TpT!

-The Charismatic Counselor (TPT Seller) 

August 4, 2020, TPT Review 



This is a wonderful resource. The focus on accepting feelings as visitors and focusing on what we can control to not let them overwhelm us is great.

-Taylor V.

May 18, 2020, TPT Review



This resource is wonderful. First of all, my students and I love the graphics and colors. The workbook is very engaging and full of ideas on creating an action plan on how to help yourself with any feeling, positive or negative. My students were able to understand the material and stay engaged in the discussion about it.

-Ashley H.

May 12, 2020, TPT Review



We talk A LOT about feelings and coping strategies in my class. This resource is amazing and provides my students with valuable information to help them understand their emotions and how to cope!! Thank you!!

-Jody B.

May 12, 2020, TPT Review

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