Great lessons/games/activities to faciliate with children of all ages to help identify and discuss feelings. You will need to take some time to sift through them and find what works for your level of students:)
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 elementa
Nicole Hilburn ECED Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.The Way I Feel. Activity- Great for teaching feelings in the moment of a behavior.stop and take a minute to draw your feeling, then reflect back on it.
Are you needing something to help your classroom management to get through the end of the school year? Bring Mindfulness Activities into your classroom! Help students regulate their feelings and emotions with mindfulness!
30 Games, Activities and Printables to Teach Emotions to Young Kids
place 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.
A worksheet to help students identify how their body feels when they are angry. Also provides space for them to list three ways that they can handle their anger. Good for groups or individual lessons!This resource is part of an anger management bundle!