Lesson 4. Lesson 5. Lesson 6. Lesson 7. Lesson 8. Lesson 9. Lesson So do I! Tout voir. Make your lessons unforgettable. How does this Pandemic make you feel? Thread starter Ladybj Start date Mar 29, Ladybj Senior Member. It's very serious and I do not take it lightly. But it make me feel I am on house arrest for a crime I did not commit. Praying for an end to this deadly virus and we all can get back to a new normal. Gaer Senior Member. Location New Mexico U.
I wake up in the sweet morning feeling such happiness and so full of hope and possibilities. Within a half second, I remember the pandemic and all the deaths.
I feel like someone punched me in the stomach. Covered in a blanket of sadness for everyone. It's like stepping into the Twilight Zone. Ruth n Jersey Well-known Member. Location Northern New Jersey.
Sometimes I feel like I'm waiting for the other shoe to drop but then I get involved around the house,check in with the kids to make sure all is well and keep the TV news off as much as possible. I take it day by day. Judycat Senior Member. Location Pennsylvania. It feels like a heavy, dark cloud has blanketed everything. I am still living the way I've been before but I now have a knot in the center of my being. THC affects brain areas that control appetite. It may also increase ghrelin, a hormone associated with hunger.
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Learning emotions in English. Sep 10, Heidi Doyle rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books. This is a great introductory text for little kids about recognizing various emotions.
The pictures clearly show each feeling and encourages kids to figure out their own. Sep 23, Ben Clark rated it really liked it. I should begin this review by acknowledging that I'm a bit of a sucker for any Anthony Browne book featuring a cute little monkey as its main character. Beyond the adorable protagonist, however, "How Do You Feel" includes quite a few visual elements that are super-interesting to think about and talk with kids about.
Immediately before reading this book I read a journal article on visual images in children's literat I should begin this review by acknowledging that I'm a bit of a sucker for any Anthony Browne book featuring a cute little monkey as its main character. Immediately before reading this book I read a journal article on visual images in children's literature that focused on "visual grammar" in picture books. Several of these elements were easy to identify in "How Do You Feel.
Size and positioning: on the "sometimes I feel lonely" page, the monkey is shrunken in size, almost as if the viewer is looking "down" at him. The image conveys his feelings of loneliness and powerlessness, with even the word "lonely" appearing in a shrunken font. Colour and contrast: On the page for "sometimes I feel bored," the image is rendered in black and white, and the absence of color hammers home the drabness that connotes boredom.
Similarly, the background of the "sometimes I feel happy" page is a vibrant yellow while its counterpart "sometimes I feel sad" is in a melancholy blue. Like most books in this series including "I Like Books" and "Things I Like" , deceptively simple text is accompanied by fairly complex visual design. The concluding two-page spread of the book is great. All of the illustration from previous pages are rendered in panels, with the words "How do YOU feel?
It's a great way to engage young children in discussion about feelings and emotions. Jul 15, Renee rated it liked it Shelves: story-class-optionsprek , paw.
Summary: A young chimp describes a variety of emotions he experiences. Short and simple text. Simple pictures match the text. What is h Summary: A young chimp describes a variety of emotions he experiences. What is he doing to make you think he is mad. Or I would read the sentence with pictures I don't think they could easily get "sometimes I feel shy" why do you think he feels shy in this picture. What is he doing? This is a great discussion book to use with a child sitting one on one but I am nervous this would be too much discussion with a large group.
This could turn into a book where the kids say "Can we just read the book! Oct 06, Liane Marie rated it it was amazing. Bilingual benefit : With charming illustrations and simple language, the book introduces the English words to describe feelings. As it may appear to be a part of the inventory of either Steimatzky or Tzomet Sfarim, it may be worthwhile to ask one of them to order it for you.
Alternatively, it is available for order on Amazon. However, a quick Google search of images will yield a few excerpts from it. Lil guy : A regular read. Mama : Highly recommended. I would buy this again and for a friend. Oct 13, Lindsay rated it liked it. This story was good to read aloud because of the large, colourful simple drawings, text and theme basic emotions. Every page focuses on a different feeling: happy, sad, curious, surprised, bored, lonely, hungry, full, shy, confident, silly, etc.
At the end of the story, there was a pictorial summary of all the emotion words we read about. It was time for me to ask the kids how they felt: some partici This story was good to read aloud because of the large, colourful simple drawings, text and theme basic emotions. There is a certain amount of humour in the book to reassure the kids that connecting with their emotions is natural and safe.
It would be a good idea to talk to someone about this, first of all. I know it's not easy, and it might even feel embarrassing, but this might be too much for you to handle on your own. Talking it over with a counselor, therapist, etc. This will help you focus on the positive instead of the negative.
Remember that you have value, you're incredibly important to your friends and family, and that you deserve to be happy. Not Helpful 3 Helpful Maybe, maybe not. There's no way to determine that with such a small amount of information. How does he treat you in general? Does he tell you he loves you and act like he really cares about you? Try talking to him about the way you're feeling.
Tell him it bothers you when he doesn't reply to your messages. If he does love you, he'll be willing to put in the effort to show you that. Not Helpful 2 Helpful My girlfriend and I were meant to go on a date, but she stayed home and gamed instead. I don't feel loved Assuming it was just a one time thing, it probably doesn't mean anything. Maybe she just didn't feel like going out.
However, if this happens repeatedly, it would be a good idea to let her know that this upsets you and you're feeling unappreciated and insecure about the relationship. Not Helpful 6 Helpful By apologizing and correcting your behavior, you can tell that person that you are sorry and care and respect them enough to try to fix things.
But this may take time. And you must be prepared if it doesn't work. But trying to make amends will help them and you in the long run.
Not Helpful 1 Helpful 8. Stop trying hard for everyone else and put that effort into doing things for you! Not Helpful 0 Helpful One of the most important things is to remind them that they are loved and that you care about them and are there for them.
Make sure that they know you love them, especially if they feel like others don't. Spend time with them. Tell them what you love about them their sense of humor, their style, their kindness, etc.
Also, try asking them if there's anything you can do to help them feel better and let them know that you're there for them.sickness exercise. Covers illness/sickness Vocabulary: sick, fine, earache, toothache, etc Usage of correct pronoun: I/you/he/she/they Usage of correct verb form: have/has; feel/feels.