Understanding Perspective taking and Theory of Mind is a topic that is very difficulty for children with social cognitive learning delays. This social thinking skill often impacts children with autism, ADHD or nonverbal learning disability. This speech therapy activity is meant to help children unde
These Identifying Emotions Activities: Sorting Emotions With Real Photos include 6 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying emotions. Photos include men, women, children, and people from many cultures. (Please see preview photos for details.)
At an independent workstation, center or language
Teach students to identify and describe feelings/emotions and their body language cues all while having fun interacting with No Print digital task cards (Boom Cards). It's a no prep lesson on emotions and their body language cues that also includes real photos (stock photos) AND is self-grading!! :)
60 EMOTIONS Photo Picture Cards:
5 each of: happy - excited - sad - angry - surprised - scared - bored - tired - confused - worried - shy & silly
Includes 3 full sets of 60 cards; one set with pictures only, one with words and pictures, and one with a write on/wipe off space for use with dry e
If you liked my Emotions: Descriptions and Body Language Clues, you are going to LOVE this product! It not only incorporates lessons on emotions and their body language cues, but it also has real photos (stock photos) AND a No Print option!! :)
This product contains 2 files:File 1.) No Print Emotio
This printable SET of 20 Different FEELINGS & EMOTIONS MONTESSORI 3-PART CARDS is a wonderful way to introduce & discuss feelings/emotions with young children while expanding their vocabulary and social-emotional competence. INCLUDES: Set of 20 Montessori Style 3-part cards with REAL photogr
This product helps students identify different emotions based on facial expressions. Many students struggle to interpret nonverbal language cues including changes in facial expression. Work on identifying subtle changes in the face (raised eyebrows, wrinkling the nose, and mouth movements) and corr
Teach how to recognize emotions, feelings, and body language with this set of 150 different photos. This is an excellent resource and can be used in countless ways. These cards are all up-close photos of children's faces experiencing different emotions. Laminate these cards and then use them to begi
This is a bingo game/matching activity for preschool, pre-K and special education, which can be used to discuss various emotions objectively, introduce new vocabulary, and provide a creative outlet for feelings that the children might be experiencing and not quite understanding yet.Have a discussion
Promoting emotional understanding is huge with all kids - why not make it fun and engaging with hands-on resources? And take it one step further and make it relatable, engaging, and accessible for ALL ages with real photographs!This pack includes 5 comprehensive activities to help students develop e
This Nonverbal Language activity will help students identify and recognize nonverbal cues: body language, facial expressions, body posture, and tone. Understanding nonverbal cues are essential for communicating with others.Click here to save 15% by purchasing the Teen Social Skills Bundle that inclu
This feelings focused activity gives students the opportunity to engage with 12 specific emotions to identify them using real photos and emotion words. The 12 feelings focused on are: happy, sad, angry, excited, silly, calm, confused, frustrated, surprised, annoyed, proud, and scared. Use a Google (
This Emotions Tool Kit (w/Real Photos) helps to students begin to identify, understand, and communicate their emotions.
1 Set of Interactive Emotions Posters
1 "I Feel" Card for "Cool Down" Area
1 Desk/Work Space "I Feel" Card
1 Portable/Personal "I Feel" Card
1 Extra Set of Non-Inter
This product is designed to practice selecting emotions. Twenty-two different emotions are represented. This product addresses objective C54 of the ABLLS-R Curriculum and Assessment. These materials use photos instead of clip-art or picture symbols to help students who understand photos better than
REAL PHOTOS MATTER! Why? They help our concrete thinkers really identify, connect, and generalize our social emotional lessons.This bundle tackles expected and unexpected behaviors, coping skills, emotion identification, emotional vocabulary, and size of the problem using REAL pictures. The photos i
My students have a hard time understanding facial expressions, emotions, and the action that may have caused the emotion. For example, jealousy is caused by the envy of something someone else has-there is a set of cards in this packet that covers this emotion! Featuring 52 full color, different ca
These vocabulary / vocab cards are made with real photos / pictures and can be used as: flashcards, communication cards for special needs (Speech and Language, Autism, etc.), expand vocabulary with ESL students or younger students, as part of your word wall / spelling program, part of your thematic
Teaching feelings and emotions is so much easier with real photographs! This set includes 30 photographs of different facial expressions and feelings. These photos are perfect for guidance counselors, speech pathologists, teachers of students with disabilities, and therapists.
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More than half of what we say is communicated through Nonverbal Language. This includes: body language, facial expressions, body posture, and tone. We must recognize these nonverbal cues and make inferences about a situation and how a person feels. Understanding these nonverbal cues are essential f
These emotions sorting mats help kids learn how to identify common feelings using real world photos.Included in this pack:16 x Emotions sorting mats in both a blank and photo matching version6 x Real world sorting photos per emotion matI've included lists of other describing words that may be used f
Use these 34 photo cards to work on identifying other people’s feelings, non-verbal communication, initiating conversations and perspective taking. Features photos of people who are happy, sad, angry, scared, surprised, tired, shy and sick.
Each card asks the student:
How does he/she feel?
This product was created to accompany my No Print Emotions with real photos product to use with students who need extra visual supports. However, you can also use it independently to teach emotions and body language cues.
***This product is part of my Real Photos Emotions BUNDLE. If you have purcha
This product features a set of 54 emotion cards, with 6 cards for each of nine emotions: angry, sad, worried, happy, confused, surprised, scared, silly, bored. These photos cards can help to prompt discussions and can be used in social-emotional learning games! Great for use in special education,