How Am I Feeling? Game Recognizing and showing feelings is difficult for some children. This game deliberately mismatches the words to the feelings so that one needs to pay attention to the facial expression, body language and tone in order to correctly guess the feeling.
Balloon People Balloons are one of the best inventions ever! There are an endless amount of ways to have fun with balloons, so coming up with this idea to use balloons to explore feelings was a natural. These balloon people help children explore and identify their emotions in a fun and playful way. Don’t be surprised if a tribe of balloon people invade your house. Objectives: Emotional Awareness, identifying feelings, fine motor
My Many Colored Feelings My Many Colored Feelings Putting colors to emotions has been going on for centuries. After all, some people believe that the expression “green with envy” goes back to ancient Greece. Carol Grey made putting colors with emotions popular with her comic strip conversations. This activity helps children process their emotions using color as a visual aid. Objectives: Processing Emotions, Theory of Mind
Feel Your Feelings Some children connect their feelings best with words, others like colors or drawing or music. This activity is for those kids who like different textures. After all, when describing how feelings how often are the words “smooth” or “prickly” used Objectives:Identifying and Exploring Emotions, Perspective Taking, Social Skills