The Emotions Tree is an image that I’ve used to help students identify how they’re feeling about a situation. Once they can associate with the feeling of a person on the emotions tree, we can work together to find the words to describe the feeling.
Continue a conversation through multiple exchanges. One by one, students can share ideas with me to add to the "volcano". Students could then act out each of these scenarios and take turns speaking. Counselor Corner: My Mouth is a Volcano
Present a real or imaginary situation and ask the child to put a certain amount of stones (depending on how strong those feelings were) on each of the emotions they felt or might feel, then process the experience of having co-existing emotions.