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Understanding Emotions can be difficult for some children. Playing fun games to practice targeted vocabulary and deeper thinking about these emotions, can be a helpful way to get children to take the first step in being better able to control and adjust their emotions when necessary.

If you have students who struggle to express their emotions and or who don't seem to understand which emotions may be appropriate in a given situation, these fun games and activities may be helpful.


Included Please Find: 52 Pages

Game 1: "Emotions Memory" {a fun and easy way to practice identifying emotions}

Game 2: "Go Feel" {another fun and easy game, play it as you would play "Go Fish"}

Game 3: "Emotions Game" {a board game with several ways to play}

Emotions Activity: Great for matching your emotion to a situation. This is helpful for non-verbal children or any child who has difficulty expressing their emotions. It is also great practice for all children to make connection between feelings and events.

Emotions Posters: Happy, Sad, Angry, Disgusted, Surprised, Afraid, Mixed Emotions

EDITABLE CARDS to make your own

Given visuals and activities related to basic emotions, STUDENT will identify the emotion shown and state a reason why the individual may feel this way, in 4 out of 5 trials, by MONTH, YEAR.
This item is recommended for the following grade levels:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade

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