Emotions I.D Activities || For K-5th
Do you have students who struggle to understand, manage and or control their emotions? Being able to identify one's own EMOTIONS is the first step in EMOTIONAL REGULATION. Identifying emotions helps one to understand and control their behavior. Some children need explicit teaching to successfully learn how to do this.
These 3 activities are great for children who need to practice identifying their emotions. They will do so by labeling them; increasing and expanding their emotional vocabulary, identifying the various FACIAL EXPRESSIONS/BODY LANGUAGE associated with many different emotions, and by thinking about scenarios that may make them feel various emotions.
These activities can be used with an individual student or in small groups for a great interactive experience. In small groups, children benefit from seeing and hearing about how other children may feel in various situations.
Included Please Find: 32 Pages
15 Emotions: Face Shot, To Label What It Looks Like, Feels Like and Sounds Like
15 Emotions: With Face And Body To Show Body Language, To Label What It Looks Like, Feels Like and Sounds Like
1 Emotions EDITABLE Page To Add Your Own Emotion Labels and Pictures
20 Scenario Cards: How Would You Feel?
EDITABLE Scenario Cards
Draw Your Emotions / What Makes You Feel That Way (8 blank faces to chose from)
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