A few weeks ago, I came across this website that teaches vocabulary through engaging videos….
Flocabulary is super simple to use! There’s a drop down menu with all the video categories or you can easily scroll down and just click on the section you need!
For our first Flocabulary video and lesson, I chose one from their Life Skills section. It was all about frustration – perfect for a social skills lesson!
They were so quiet while watching this video! You could’ve heard a pin drop…and that’s not something you say every day about a room full of Kinder kids!!
After we watched the video, we discussed what it means to feel frustrated. My students gave me examples of times they felt frustrated and things we could do to calm down from that.
Another great part about Flocabulary are the lesson resources they give you! We used their frustration page to draw things that make us frustrated. Then, they wrote about what they could do to feel better.
This student said he feels frustrated when his tablet battery is dead! (I wanted to tell him that he’s super lucky to have a tablet!!!) Later on he added a happy face to show that he feels better when it’s all charged up…so cute!
This girl told me that she feels frustrated when she has to wake up early!
Best answer ever!!!!!
I love this student’s way of making herself feel better… tell them to STOP! Sure, there are other ways to get over your frustration, but we’ve worked hard on learning to use our words to tell how we’re feeling, so I’m proud of this one!
Now that you’ve learned more about Flocabulary, here’s your chance to try it out for yourself! By signing up now, you’ll get a FREE 75 day trial. But, don’t wait!! You only have until February 29th to get your extended free trial!
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