$ Are you trying to help your students use strong vocabulary to describe feelings? This Feelings A-Z poster will help improve the quality of your student's responses whether they are discussing their own feelings, the feelings of characters in books they are reading, or feelings of characters in the stories they are writing. Posters can be hung on classroom walls, projected onto SMARTboard, displayed in writing centers, or used as individual word walls in students folders.

A-Z Feelings Posters in Color and Black and White

Are you trying to help your students use strong vocabulary to describe feelings? This Feelings A-Z poster will help improve the quality of your student's responses whether they are discussing their own feelings.

ballons pour tracer des émotions

Ikke dumt 🤗 Stress Ball Balloons - balloons filled with playdough, with faces drawn on with markers. These are a great for discussing emotions as well as giving those little finger muscles a good work out!

10 Activities and You Tube Songs to Explore Emotions

Feeling Faces. "Great tools for identifying, and validating feelings, roll playing, and social stories!" - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Every therapist can use these - Feeling Faces. "Great tools for identifying, and validating feelings, roll playing, and social stories!great therapy tool for kids.or could use these for Spanish emotions in class

These free cards are great for talking to kids about calming themselves. Let them pick their favourite anger management strategies to try!

Anger Management: 23 Free Calming Strategy Cards

Calming strategies - These free cards are great for talking to kids about calming themselves. Let them pick their favourite anger management strategies to try!

Floating Feelings: Feeling faces drawn on ping pong balls with a Sharpie. Float in a bowl of water. Child scoops one out with a slotted spoon or tongs and identifies the feeling and a time they experienced that feeling.

EMOTIONS GAME: floating feelings: feeling faces drawn on ping pong balls with a sharpie. float in a bowl of water. child scoops one out with a slotted spoon or tongs and identifies the feeling and a time they experienced that feeling.


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