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Theme - Emotions

Theme - Emotions

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5 Activities to Help Children Develop Emotional Control - Moments A Day

Kimochis...great way to incorporate feelings into a breathing, meditation or guided relaxation practice for kids (or adults).

Emotion chart

A-Z Feelings Posters in Color and Black and White

Feeling charts (and lots of other great free printable charts)

“My Calm Tools Keychain: A Teaching Tool and Visual Prompt” can be used to teach, practice and eventually prompt the younger, more behaviorally challenged student to use positive replacement behaviors as an alternative to acting out. $

"My Emotional Thermometer" was created to help teachers teach younger children to learn to recognize their own escalation cycle, an important step in developing emotional regulation skills. $

Printable Feelings mini-book.

Kids Pages - Feelings Matching.

14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence. Easy stuff, but it can go a long way in terms of setting kids up to manage emotions as an adult.

Anger Rules

Emotions-Draw the Faces.


Have kids notice and "clip" their emotions at given times throughout the day to help them notice how they are feeling, and set goals for themselves. Helps normalize ALL emotions.

Feelings Parking Lot: Game/activity to practice feelings identification & coping strategies via Therapeutic Interventions blog - pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Make a bag full of feelings words, have students draw one, then spin this spinner and do the resulting activity. - repinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Emotion chart - repinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

$ 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.

cartoon emotions

A.D.H.D. Tips - make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class.

Showing Our Feelings (Other ways to say it)

Shades of feelings

Happy/sad sorting

For teaching emotions

H is for Homeschooling: Build a Face Blocks

Robert Plutchik also created a wheel of emotions. This wheel is used to illustrate different emotions compelling and nuanced.