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.
This FREEBIE “Cool or Uncool” Picture Cards can be used to teach younger students to discriminate positive from negative school behaviors. It offers twelve cards depicting young children exhibiting both examples and non-examples of various learning to learn, behavior and social skills within the school setting.
“Emotional Discrimination Charts: Visual Aids for Teaching and Supporting Behavior Regulation Skills” can be used with a wide range of learners in special and general education classrooms. It includes a teacher’s guide which outlines differential strategies using this resource to target and teach emotional literacy and self-management skills. 2.00