guess the emotion game- just like the game TABO - write down emotions on a card & place in a bowl. Draw a card and try to have the other person guess the emotion with your clues ** you can't use the word! For example for the emotion card angry you could say "this is how you might feel if someone took the last cookie."
Free printable LEGO emotions themed I Spy game. I Spy printables are great for providing visual sensory input to kids, making them a great choice for visual sensory seekers. They also help develop a child's visual tracking ability and improve visual discrimination. This printable requires kids to visually scan through the objects and find ones that are the same. Download this FREE resource at: http://www.andnextcomesl.com/2016/04/free-lego-emotions-themed-i-spy-printable-for-kids.html
Mapping Emotions On The Body: Love Makes Us Warm All Over
Change this to "How do you think the character feels?" and hang in story corner to facilitate discussions. Might help students elaborate a little on the "good", "bad" and "sad" answers that sometimes lean on. At the bottom, add a "why do you think that" or a "how do you know" to help with inferencing.
FREE I used these 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 as they do so: "I feel happy because or "I feel sad because my favorite toy broke." etc.
These FREE printable cards help children identify their feelings and emotions! Adorable and diverse characters depict twelve emotions on bright colored cards. Black and white versions of these cards are also included. The emotions on the cards include: → Angry → Happy → Excited → Sleepy → Proud → Shy → Scared → Sad → Embarrassed → Confused → Hurt → Grumpy Also included for FREE is a page filled with ideas for using these cards!
These fidget spinner social skills games are great for children to practice social skills. These counseling activities can be used by parents, teachers and counselors. They are a nice addition to any social skills lessons.
Calm Down Kit on the go is a full binder full of behavior visuals and tools that can be used with students with autism and special needs. Teach students to identify the emotion, de-escalate, reflect on their behavior and transition back to class. Utilize the whole calm down kit to help students de-escalate in the classroom, regulate emotions and calm down.
Best Learning Tools for Kids - Feeling and Emotion Expression
Being able to recognize feelings and articulate the emotions is an important social skills, but hard to teach. These tools (apps, books, games, and free printables) are doing a great job in this tough area.
With six proprietary essential oil blends representing common categories of emotional well-being, the doTERRA Emotional Aromatherapy System makes emotional aromatherapy easy and accessible for anyone dealing with common negative emotions.