Feelings & Coping Skills Resources for Kids
Resources on this board focus on increasing feelings vocabulary, teaching empathy, and exploring and expressing feelings. Follow this board to stay updated on…
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Social Emotional Learning starts with children recognizing, labeling, and understanding the different feelings & emotions that people experience. These multicultural visual support posters and accompanying handbook provide definitions, examples, facial expressions, and body language cues for 50 different feelings. Hang the feeling posters in your classroom or counseling office. Or use the Feelings Handbook during individual, small group, or SEL lessons, either in person or via distance learning.
How would you feel...if you won first place in a contest? How about if a grown-up yelled at you? How Would You Feel? is a printable activity created to help kids identify and explore feeling words and faces. How Would You Feel? is designed to help increase your client's feelings vocabulary, promote empathy, and improve understanding of facial expressions and social cues. This download also includes a list of feeling words and blank cards to add your own scenarios!