Inside Out Patch Kit

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Kit for 1 Includes: (ready to ship in 3 weeks)

  • Inside Out patch
  • Inspirational eraser (colors and sayings will vary)
  • Mood ring *
  • Mini notebook
  • Inside Out custom sticker
  • colorful pencil (colors and designs will vary)
  • Activity sheets (themed to the patch)

*Please note if you get the mood ring wet it will no longer work (band is made of alloy metal)  Ring size is adjustable

The ring's color will change according to your mood and the temperature of your finger


1.  Watch a movie or read a book with a theme about feelings or friendship.

2. Write down your emotions on feelings in a notebook or draw a face of how you feel that day in a mini notepad. 

3. A good friendship is someone that makes you feel good about yourself and accepts you for who you are. Complete a fun activity with a friend.

4. Complete the worksheet in the kit and circle some of the emotions you have felt.    What makes you happy?  Does anything upset you?

5. Learn a calming technique to use when you become upset.  Practice the breathing in and out suggestion on the kit worksheet. What works for you?

6. Embrace your unique self.  It is normal to have emotions. If you did something wrong and made it right, you will do better next time. We all make mistakes. There are lots of wonderful things about you.  Make a list of words that are your good traits. Examples: Smart, strong, brave, loved, kind, considerate, caring and a good person.

7.  Complete a joyful activity with your family or friends.  Examples: playing cards, games, crafts,  slumber party, or movie night.

8. Complete an activity to help stomp out bullying or make a stand against bullies. Examples:  Wear misfit socks with your group for the misfit march against bullying; report bullying to a trusted adult privately; OR attend events in your school and community to raise awareness of bullying.

9.  Write down some of your emotions, such as, fear, anger, embarrassed, sad, anxious, etc. and why you have these feelings.  Share your thoughts with an adult or family member about your feelings so they can help you cope or feel less of these emotions by possibility solving the problem or creating coping mechanisms for you. 

10.  Coping with your emotions can be hard sometimes. Some issues can be solved and your emotions will fade back to happiness.  Think of a recent time you became angry or upset.  Think about the consequences to your anger.  Examples: If you hit someone in anger, you may miss recess or get grounded.  If you throw something and it breaks you may cause the person that owns to be upset. If your friend wins the card game you are playing, instead of getting angry, think positive thoughts "I am glad I have a friend that I enjoy playing cards with".  Talk to a parent or guardian about your angry thoughts.  Is the reason you are having this emotion something that can be changed? Does it involve a person? Is the problem worth the emotion it is causing?  Sometimes it is best to calm down and leave the area, listen to music, or find a quiet place before you act in anger.  Then talk to an adult or parent about how it can be resolved. 


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