Emotions and Feelings – Printable Activities

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This Teaching Feelings and Emotions Pack is a great tool for teachers looking to help young students aged 3-6 understand and express their emotions. With a variety of activities such as sorting games and Montessori 3-Part Cards, children will learn to recognize and name different feelings like happy, sad, and angry. This printable resource is perfect for teaching empathy and emotional intelligence in the classroom. The “My Emotions Book” allows children to reflect on their own feelings and practice drawing different emotions on faces. Help your students develop important social and emotional skills with this engaging and educational teaching resource.

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Here is what’s included:

  • Sorting activity with 10 different feelings/emotions (curious, happy, loved, lonely, sad, scared, silly, confused, angry, shy). Children are encouraged to match pictures to particular emotions
  • Emotions Montessori 3-Part Cards with 10 different emotions: curious, happy, loved, lonely, sad, scared, silly, confused, angry, shy. It also encourages children to guess the reasoning behind feelings. Children are encouraged to name familiar emotions and learn to recognize familiar words.
  •  “My Emotions Book”. Children reflect on their learning by naming and drawing emotions on faces.
  • 20 pages

This printable may support students’ learning in the classroom by providing hands-on activities that help them understand and identify different emotions. The sorting activity encourages children to match pictures to specific emotions, helping them develop their emotional awareness and vocabulary. The Emotions Montessori 3-Part Cards further reinforce this by engaging children in guessing the reasons behind feelings and naming familiar emotions.

The “My Emotions Book” allows children to reflect on their learning by naming and drawing emotions on faces, promoting self-awareness and expression. By engaging with these activities, students can develop empathy and understanding towards others’ emotions, as well as learn how to communicate and manage their own feelings effectively. Overall, this teaching resource can help create a supportive and emotionally literate classroom environment, fostering social and emotional development in young learners.

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