This How Are You Feeling Today? chart brings a little bit of social media emoji fun to the classroom. Students will identify with these emoji faces and the feelings that correspond to each. Feelings represented on chart: Happy, Sad, Angry, Worried, Shy, Excited, Surprised, Silly, and Embarrassed.

This How Are You Feeling Today? chart brings a little bit of social media emoji fun to the classroom. Students will identify with these emoji faces and the feelings that correspond to each. Feelings represented on chart: Happy, Sad, Angry, Worried, Shy, Excited, Surprised, Silly, and Embarrassed.

10 ways to utilize emojis in the classroom - includes free downloads (like this FREE character anchor chart & recording sheet!) and tons of ideas!

10 ways to utilize emojis in the classroom - includes free downloads (like this FREE character anchor chart & recording sheet!) and tons of ideas!

Emoji Faces Meanings | This Artist Uses Emoji to Explore Empathy, Autism, and How We Connect ...

Emoji Faces Meanings | This Artist Uses Emoji to Explore Empathy, Autism, and How We Connect ...

Classroom Behavior made fun! This Emoji Clip Chart will help motivate students to make good choices!

Classroom Behavior made fun! This Emoji Clip Chart will help motivate students to make good choices!

I is bored. Give me a character (preferably an OC of mine, but I'll do any non-pony character)  and an emote. I'll draw it.

I is bored. Give me a character (preferably an OC of mine, but I'll do any non-pony character) and an emote. I'll draw it.

I am THRILLED to introduce the first emoji wheel product, based on the research of Paul Ekman. Use this emotion anchor chart with associated emojis to spur discussions about how students, others, or fictional characters are feeling.  Stay tuned for future products that will use this anchor chart to dive into emotional vocabulary.Interested in learning more?

I am THRILLED to introduce the first emoji wheel product, based on the research of Paul Ekman. Use this emotion anchor chart with associated emojis to spur discussions about how students, others, or fictional characters are feeling. Stay tuned for future products that will use this anchor chart to dive into emotional vocabulary.Interested in learning more?

A simple behaviour chart that uses emoji Lego heads. Also includes Lego-style character cards that children can use to move up and down the chart.

A simple behaviour chart that uses emoji Lego heads. Also includes Lego-style character cards that children can use to move up and down the chart.

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