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Are you trying to help your students use strong vocabulary to describe feelings? This Feelings A-Z poster will help improve the quality of your student's responses whether they are discussing their own feelings, the feelings of characters in books they are reading, or feelings of characters in the stories they are writing. Posters can be hung on classroom walls, projected onto SMARTboard, displayed in writing centers, or used as individual word walls in students folders.

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Looking for a way to help your students improve their Feelings vocabulary? Try these two vocabulary games. The first, Feelings Sort, students must sort words into two categories, "Good Feelings" and "Bad Feelings." The second requires students to match up synonyms for feelings words. Both games come with recording sheets, and both are easily differentiated. You can have students play with 16 or 32 word cards, depending on their ability.

Free download: The Way I Feel Primary Kit to teach about feelings and emotions

Are you looking for a way to help your students increase their feelings vocabulary in their writing? Try using these Feelings Word Walls during your writing lessons. Each product is available in color and black and white to meet your printing needs. Give your students the tools they need to improve their writing. The "right" word to describe feelings will be at their fingertips.

Are you tired of your students using the same boring feeling words like happy, sad, and angry? Help them develop stronger vocabulary to express feelings by playing the ever popular, I Have, Who Has game. There are 24 feeling words in this fast paced game. I've included both color and black and white copies for your printing needs. Your students will be so happy, I mean--EXCITED, ELATED, and DELIGHTED to play, and you will be THRILLED at the increase in their feelings vocabulary!

Are you tired of your students responding with the same old boring responses about how characters are feeling? Are you frustrated at your students using dull vocabulary in their writing? Well, these Feelings Posters, Charts, and Graphic Organizers are exactly what you need to help improve your students' feelings vocabulary. There are over 50 pages included in this packet, as well as a black and white copy of every poster to help you reduce your printing expense.

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Are you tired of the same boring feelings vocabulary your students are using in their stories and reading responses? Use these 70+ feelings vocabulary word cards to help your students move past "happy," "sad," and "angry." You'll be THRILLED you did!

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