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preschool feelings

preschool feelings

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Tool for teaching emotions in kids of all ages. By Laughing Kids Learn

Tool for teaching emotions in kids - Laughing Kids Learn

Another connection to Glad Monster; Sad Monster. This might be a little too easy for them, but it is a good, fun coloring project.

This is a great song and video to share with kids when teaching them about emotions. You can discuss what makes them feel sad and healthy coping strategies. You can also use it to talk about empathy and how you can help make someone feel better when they're down. I

Teddy Bear Picnic Preschool Ideas | Coloring page for feelings (have J add the facial features- good practice for drawing)

Perkilou's Fun Freebies: feelings bingo

Students have to draw the faces according to the feelings

English teaching worksheets: Feelings

Happy/sad sorting

The Princess and the Tot: What's on the Tray? Aug. 22-26


Kissing hand

showing feelings lessons - good for descriptive writing

Joyful Learning In KC: Writing Workshop Showing not Telling

Cute way to teach emotions.

Repeat Crafter Me: Emotional Stress Ball Balloons

Feelings BINGO

Printable minibook: Feelings and Faces

Minibook: Feelings and Faces

Dice for recognizing emotions.

Emotion Dice Game | ConnectABILITY

DIY Kids Emotion Matching Game with FREE Emotion Printable from

DIY Kids Emotions Game & Emotions Download -

Even Tic Tac's have feelings!

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Fire Breathing Dragon is an appropriate way for a child to express anger.

Making Faces Magnets

The Iowa Farmer's Wife: Making Faces Magnets

Playful ways to learn about emotions.

Tutus and Tea Parties: My Body Unit Lesson Plan | Emotions

m and m anger game

The "Anger" Games | Savvy School Counselor

Printable of a figure with an empty face. Have child draw what they are currently feeling.

Coloring page figurine - empty face - img 25691.

Feelings Sort

Finger Puppets

fishing for feelings

Little Page Turners: Fishing for Feelings

Floating Feelings: Feeling faces drawn on ping pong balls with a Sharpie. Float in a bowl of water. Child scoops one out with a slotted spoon or tongs and identifies the feeling and a time they experienced that feeling.