Feelings and emotions
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Knowing emotions vocabulary can be very helpful. Are you feeling amused or determined or resentful? You'll be delighted to learn these English vocabulary words!
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Some practice for A1 students on adjectives related to feelings and emotions. It can be used after seeing the movie "Inside Out". Key provided.Here you are other similar worksheets: https://en.islcollective.com/mypage/my-creations?search_key=feelings&type=printables&option=published&id=620769&grammar=&vocabulary=&materials=&levels=&studentTypes=&skills=&languageExams=&dialect=&functions=&page=1&sorting_type=most_newest&filter_type=filter_all&view_type=list&view_length=12 - ESL worksheets
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Below is a list of useful adjectives to describe feelings and emotions you should know.
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How Are You Feeling Today? Chart, School Counselor Feelings Chart, School Counselor Resource, Emotion Chart, Teacher Resource
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What if you could have control over your emotions and not the opposite? Follow this step-by-step guide to process any kind of emotion!
Jennifer Woofter saved to Words
This printable poster presents a 5 step calm down plan to help children learn to manage big emotions in socially acceptable ways.
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Here are 10 steps for overcoming discouragement and emotional exhaustion.. I know they work because they transformed my mindset.
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An emotions scavenger hunt builds emotional awareness, perspective taking, whole body listening, & social skills. Go on a feelings & emotions scavenger hunt!
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How are you feeling? Hard to say? Improve your emotional communication skills with this simple tool: The Feelings Circle for adults.
Carla May saved to mental health
What happens to emotions that have been suppressed? Maybe you’ve heard the saying, what you resist, persists. When we avoid or reject emotions, the energy of those emotions gets stuck in the body. This is why we continue certain cycles and unhealthy patterns. The energy is never released and stays w
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