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FREE: How do you feel today? I used these cards in a pocket chart and give each child a mini popsicle stick with their name on it. They take turns going up and putting their st...

Feelings Dice - I use this activity to work with a young client of mine on identifying and coping with different feelings. You have the child roll the dice and identify the feeling it lands on and a time when he or she felt that way. If you want to get more in-depth, you can also ask your client to tell how he or she dealt with that emotion and what he or she could have done better.

from After Narcissistic Abuse

Lesson In the Degree of Emotion

These FREE printable cards help children identify their feelings and emotions! Adorable and diverse characters depict twelve emotions on bright colored cards. Black and white versions of these cards are also included. The emotions on the cards include: → Angry → Happy → Excited → Sleepy → Proud → Shy → Scared → Sad → Embarrassed → Confused → Hurt → Grumpy Also included for FREE is a page filled with ideas for using these cards!

from DramaFever News

Infographic: Feelings and Emotions in Korean

  Korean vocabulary for emotions are kind of important to know. You can express yourself in many ways (even with basic sentences) if you know most of these. I had a lot of fun making this one.

Feeling faces This is great for little ones that have a hard time finding the right word to describe their emotions--works great with a feeling journal to help them learn what the feeling is and what the facial features might be in each situation.