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Character Emotions Charts
These Character Emotions Charts can be used when reading to understand how a character is feeling or during writing to add emotions to stories. You may want to put a copy in students’ reading response journals and/or their writing journals. This freebie includes a color and black & w
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Emotions Chart
This Emotions chart can be printed small for student personal reference. Great for working with students who need to gauge their emotional responses. The chart can also be printed in poster format and laminated for durability and used to learn types of emotions.
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Feelings & Emotions Charts and Activities
Would you like some interactive activities to help your students learn about feelings and emotions? This file contains several activities that can last you all year long as students develop different skills. There are activities that may also be used for differentiated instruction/small group inst
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Emotions Chart
I use this emotion chart in my "chill out zone". When students arrive at the chill out zone their first job is to choose the emotion they are feeling. I attached this file as a PDF document. The circle below is used to affix velcro or a magnet. Not attached is a star/picture of student/your choi
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Emoji Emotions Charts
2 different sizes of charts to show emotions with emojis I use this in my class for students to describe how text makes them feel. I display the larger chart in color in my class. The students glue the smaller, black and white version into their reading journals for easy access.
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Creating a Happier Classroom Emotion Chart and Strategies
This is a 5 point emotion chart and teaching tool to help create a happier classroom. I created this tool after recognizing the need to help my students recognize their emotions and understand how to self regulate. After using these strategies in my own early years classrooms, I notice a great decr
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Feelings and Emotions Chart or Posters
This is a clip chart or a magnet chart used to help students identify their feelings and emotions. There are two size options on this chart (full page or half page), and it comes in black & white and in color. The feelings and emotions included are:♥ angry or mad♥ embarrassed♥ tired♥ bored♥ worr

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Emotions Chart
Are you teaching your students how to recognise their emotions? Then this is the perfect addition to your classroom. Use it as a chart for students to clip their names to match their emotions. When your students are feeling angry, this chart tells the entire class that that student may need some ti
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How I Handled My Emotions Chart
A helpful way to communicate to parents how their child handled their emotions in class. This product has visuals so the student can identify his/her own emotions and take accountability for his/her emotional control.
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IR Feelings and Emotions Chart with Visuals
This feelings and emotions chart was created for ENL entering class. I cut it and had my students create a chart by matching words, definitions, visuals and examples. Can be used as an activity, an assessment or practice use of vocabulary. I let my students use internet to determine the meaning
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Emotions Chart Combo: Cool Down Check-In
This is a very simple and flexible emotions chart that is great for reflection when students must take a "Cool-Down" area break or in general. It also works well for students with behavioral/emotional challenges that do check-ins frequently. Great for students of all ages, particularly elementary an
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Emotion Charts
Emotion charts for teaching about our many emotions. Could also be used for creative writing, journal writing, vocabulary, etc. This set contains 3 charts with 6 emotions displayed on each for a total of 18 emotions. Emotions included are: happy, sick, tired, scared, curious, mad, sorry, bored, s
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Emotion Chart with Supportive Scene Cards ~ SET 2
Set 2 includes 16 scene cards with an emotions chart. Great activity to help students identify and use various emotion words in their writing. Students choose a scene card. They look over the emotions chart and select one that could be used with their scene card. Finally, they write a sentence using
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Creating a Happier Classroom Monster Emotion Chart and Strategies
This is a 5 point emotion chart and teaching tool (Monster version) to help create a happier classroom. I created this tool after recognizing the need to help my students recognize their emotions and understand how to self regulate. After using these strategies in my own early years classrooms, I n
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Bee Emotion Chart & Mini Book
Display this emotion chart on your classroom wall. I recommend putting it in your “quiet” center, library area, or wherever children can go to feel calm. Attach adhesive (Velcro) dots beside each emotion poster, as well as to the back of the arrow, so your students can choose the bee that best mat
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Emotions Charts
How are you feeling? Emotions Charts Great for discussing emotions with students or to use in your calm corner. 16 different emotions in 3 different versions of both boys and girls.
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My Emotion Chart
you will find a two-page chart filled with emotions. The chart is to be used to add in expressing emotions.
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How do I express..... Emotion Chart A3 Size!
The teacher or students pick a new emotion or feeling to focus on every few days. Students can either take a picture of their face expressing the emotion, find a picture of something that expresses this emotions, or draw their own picture (on a copy of the extension page 3) that expresses this emoti
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Daily Emotions Chart Calendar
Teach your kiddos to reflect on their feelings and emotions! Every morning or afternoon, students color the date to match the key on the side. They will quickly learn to recognize their feelings! This is also great for individual students who need more support with emotions and empathy. Months for
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Emotion Chart
This is a PDF of 8 different emotions to use in classroom activities. Also great to use with students that have trouble identifiing emotions.
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Emotions Chart with Coping Strategies
This resource is designed to help students identify their emotion and a coping strategy to go along with it. These activities are designed to last only for a few mins and are not supposed to serve as "breaks."
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Color Coded Emotions Chart
This is a nice visual for kiddos to recognize their emotions and problem-solve with "cool down" options. This helps boost self-advocacy! I recommend printing on cardstock, laminating, and using with or without the Velcro.
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Emotion Chart
This chart is beautifully colored with real pictures depicting real emotions. Easy to read and identify emotions. Follows the Zones of Regulation theory.
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FREE Printable "How Do You Feel?" Emotions Chart
Get in tune with your students using this simple, yet fun, “How Do You Feel?” emotions chart. Great for a back-to-school icebreaker, one-on-one sessions, circle-time sessions, and more! Simply print this FREE chart and laminate for durability. Students can mark how they feel using a dry-erase marker
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