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Give client a copy of the emotion wheel. Have them write above each of the eight sections an emotion they have felt over the last few days, week, etc. Instruct client to come up with a color/picture to decorate each section of the wheel to match the emotion they listed. List of processing questions on link.

Recreation Therapy Ideas: Emotion Wheel

Download this free printable of blank faces and kids can draw in different feeling faces.

Voice Wheel (free chart to help students establish tone and voice in their writings) Note: The handout prints very clearly. I ask my students cut out the circle and glue it in their notebooks to use as a reference guide throughout the year. INDIRECT LINK = Smekens to PDF

Voice | Strategies for Introducing Voice

A primary kit designed to explore students emotions and feelings. This kit is designed to go along with the book, The Way I Feel by Janan Cain. S...

The Way I Feel Primary Kit to teach about feelings and emotions
  • Marnie Hallam

    love this, I am definitely going to use it with my social skills groups at school. Thanks!


Worksheet Wednesday: Silly Faces