Feelings game - Name a situation E.g. "Sarah went to school today and she forgot her binder"/ "Tommy scored a goal at his soccer game" and have them throw the ball into the feelings basket

Feelings game - Name a situation E.g. "Sarah went to school today and she forgot her binder"/ "Tommy scored a goal at his soccer game" and have them throw the ball into the feelings basket

FREE  I used these cards in a pocket chart and give each child a mini popsicle stick with their name on it. They take turns going up and putting their stick in front of the smiley face that corresponds to how they feel, using a complete sentence as they do so: "I feel happy because  or "I feel sad because my favorite toy broke." etc.

FREE I used these cards in a pocket chart and give each child a mini popsicle stick with their name on it. They take turns going up and putting their stick in front of the smiley face that corresponds to how they feel, using a complete sentence as they do so: "I feel happy because or "I feel sad because my favorite toy broke." etc.

This worksheet is from my Exploring Emotions BUNDLEIt encourages students to explore all of the facial features as our emotions change.If you have any concerns or queries please contact me.For latest products, product updates, teaching ideas and more...

This worksheet is from my Exploring Emotions BUNDLEIt encourages students to explore all of the facial features as our emotions change.If you have any concerns or queries please contact me.For latest products, product updates, teaching ideas and more...

Kids can handle big feelings when they can name what they feel. Teaching kids feelings recognition helps them to process the myriad of emotions they experience on a daily basis.  This feelings activity is great for use with preschool students and elementary  school students.

Emoji Feeling Faces: Feelings Recognition

Kids can handle big feelings when they can name what they feel. Teaching kids feelings recognition helps them to process the myriad of emotions they experience on a daily basis. This feelings activity is great for use with preschool students and elementary school students.

Engaging games to help students learn more about their feelings and emotions and how to express them appropriately!

Feelings/Emotions Games

social emotional book nook - scripted social emotional lessons paired with childrens books

Learning About Feelings: An Easy to Create Learning Center for Kids

Everything you need to teach all about feelings for back to school --feeling posters/cards (big & small), feeling photographs, feeling wheels, feeling graphs, feeling writing paper, and tons of feelings activities you can do in your early childhood classroom.

Everything you need to teach all about feelings for back to school --feeling posters/cards (big & small), feeling photographs, feeling wheels, feeling graphs, feeling writing paper, and tons of feelings activities you can do in your early childhood classroom.

X- Social skills activities to help kids learn to label and identify their feelings.

Emotion Regulation: Feelings Identification Activities

Free emotions activity for learning about feelings and facial expressions. Daily emotion check-in activity, great for preschoolers and special needs children.

Today, I Feel... Daily Emotions Activity

Free emotions activity for learning about feelings and facial expressions. Daily emotion check-in activity, great for preschoolers and special needs children.

Emotions are a tricky thing for young children and toddlers. They’re overwhelming and hard to understand. Playing emotion games with your little one will help them learn, through play, about how they are feeling, be able to give the feeling a name and learn how to practice responding to those emotions. Take a look at …

30 Games, Activities and Printables to Teach Emotions to Young Kids

Emotions are a tricky thing for young children and toddlers. They’re overwhelming and hard to understand. Playing emotion games with your little one will help them learn, through play, about how they are feeling, be able to give the feeling a name and learn how to practice responding to those emotions. Take a look at …

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