Different feelings

Discover a wide range of ideas and inspiration to explore and understand different feelings and emotions. Enhance your emotional intelligence and deepen your understanding of human experiences.
Pre K, Feelings Activities, Teach Feelings, Feelings Preschool, Kids Feelings, Feelings Activities Preschool, Emotions Activities, Feelings And Emotions, Teaching Emotions

In this activity children will create feelings faces to explore different feelings to build their emotional intelligence... Did you know that including social emotional learning activities when teaching can lead to better academic performance? For so long, schools focused only on teaching academics, but with more and more research, people are understanding the value in

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Expressing your emotions and putting your feelings into words can be challenging for kids. This lesson is a simple daily check in to see how your students are doing and feeling. Using a feel wheel, students can indicate how they are doing at that moment or that day without having to say a word. Pre K, Feelings Activities, Teaching Emotions, Emotions Activities, Emotions Wheel, Feelings Chart, Expressions Activities, Feelings Wheel, Social Emotional Learning

Expressing your emotions and putting your feelings into words can be challenging for kids. This lesson is a simple daily check in to see how your students are doing and feeling. Using a feel wheel, students can indicate how they are doing at that moment or that day without having to say a word.

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Centervention | Social Skills for Kids | Free Printable & Lessons
Feelings, My Emotions, Emotions List, Feelings Chart, Feelings And Emotions, Kids Feelings, Emotions, Funny Text Conversations, Emotions Posters

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.1. 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…

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Laura Adhiambo