1. What's the matter? 2. What's wrong? 3. Are you all right? 4. You look a bit down. (= a little sad) 5. Is there anything I can do to help? 6. Cheer up! / Chin up! 7. It's not so bad. 8. Everything will be OK. 9. Look on the bright side. (= consider the positive aspects) 10. It's not the end of the world. (this phrase is used when someone is upset about something small and trivial)
Cut out large bear shapes from colored paper. Laminate them and cut them out. Place them on the floor. It is best for younger children to have more bears than children. Play music and have the children walk around the room. When the music stops each child needs to find an bear to stand on.