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I put together the following five A4 emotion posters for use with my pupils at school. The emotions are straightforward on sheet 1 and progress to more sophisticated emotions by sheet 6. These can be used to develop children's emotional literacy in a variety of ways. Here are a few examples of how they could be used. Start with sheet 1 as a poster on your child's wall and as your child gets older, add subsequent sheets to develop their emotional vocabulary. At bedtime, ask your child to find…
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A tool or resource used to assist people in properly identifying, comprehending, and expressing their feelings is referred to as an emotion card. It acts as a visual cue or prompt to help people identify and express their emotions in a variety of situations.
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Looking for printable feelings charts for kids that you can use to teach your children about feelings and emotions? Check out our list of the best printable examples!
Emotion Color Swatches are a cheap and easy way to teach kids different words for emotions and different degrees of emotions.Here's how to make them: Go to your local hardware store or pain store and get a variety of paint samples that show three or four different intensities of a color on one sheet (we used samples that showed four colors). On each sample, write words that represent varying degrees of emotions going from least intense (lightest color) to most intense (darkest color). You…
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Printable Emotion Chart Poster for Kid and Montessori Preschool - Feelings Art Chart - Rainbow Emotion designs -Feelings Chart Kid-Printable
Printable Emotion Chart Poster for Kid and Montessori | Etsy
Set of young woman’s portraits with different emotions on gray background
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a) hot b) excited c) cold a) shy b) hungry c) surprised a) happy b) shy c) angry a) in love b) sad c) shocked a) frightened b) sleepy c) lonely ...
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Get a free "I Feel" Word Wheel for teaching emotional literacy in your classroom. Plus, get ideas for how to use the word wheel with your students and as a part of art interpretation.
Check out our latest resource for emotions, which includes an Emotions Map and a Mood Map, to help you understand better what you're dealing with.
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