In this activity, clients can "roll" the die to create emotion monster faces (there is a "dice" option at the top that you can push to "roll" the die). They then practice using those faces to create I-statements. When I use this activity virtually, I have the kids hold up their emotion monster pictu
This is a great activity to use in your classroom to practice fluency. The students will work in groups and will have a Roll an Emotion guide sheet along with the fluency cards. Each student will roll a die and then pick a card and read that card with the emotion that they rolled. The exciting part
In this activity, clients can roll the die to create emotion monster faces. They then practice using those faces to create I-statements. Each I-statement slide has a space for the drawing, a space for the monster's name, an I-statement of how the child is feeling about a situation, and an I-statemen
Students will love rolling the die to identify and cover the emotions. Three options available so you can differentiate the activity for your students. Available in color and B&W, which means you can color instead of cover if you want to toss in some fine motor development while playing. Emotion
This is a great activity to use in your classroom to practice fluency. The students will work in groups and will have a Roll an Emotion guide sheet along with the fluency cards. Each student will roll a die and then pick a card and read that card with the emotion that they rolled. The exciting pa
Help your students to learn about their emotions/feelings using a fun roll and draw activity!
Roll an animal walk is a gross motor game that is played by rolling a dice to determine which animal walk to perform and how many times!
Perfect for use as;
- Brain breaks
- Self Regulation strategies
Help your students to learn about their emotions/feelings using a fun roll and draw activity! A great compliment for emotion units, self regulation curriculums etc.
Roll and Draw is a drawing game that is played by rolling a dice to determine which eyes and mouth you need to draw on your Emoji!
Teach Emotional Regulation, a tool needed to be successful in school and in life. Use these activities as an adjunct to any self-regulation/behavior/social emotional learning curriculum (ZONEs of regulation™, SEL™, PBIS™, How Does Your Engine Run™...) for fun ways to review and master the material
This is a self-regulation writing activity and worksheet set featuring roll a sentence for winter, spring, summer, and fall. Great for writing centers, small group special education and occupational therapy groups. Students roll a die 3 times and choose a character, situation and setting to write ab
This package offers a FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS RELATED LITERACY VOCABULARY/WRITING CENTRE ACTIVITY that targets learning feelings and emotions vocabulary words and making connections between the word and the facial expression of each feeling.
Get little ones exploring emotions and feelings words with this fun emoji bingo game and craftivity! HOW TO PLAY: Kids spin the spinner or roll the dice and cross off the faces on their bingo card using play dough or a dry-erase marker. First one to complete a line shouts “Bingo!” After playing, you
This is a roll an idiom, spin an idiom activity and writing worksheet resource. Great for class lessons, writing centers or small groups. The idioms included are… I'm all ears, when pigs fly, time flies, sick as a dog, walk on eggshells, raining cats and dogs, piece of cake, in the same boat, hold y
These eNotes Reading Response Prompts are designed to encourage your students to read more effectively and with more pleasure by giving them interesting subjects to write about after they have read. Many of the prompts will take them directly into the text, while others will give them an opportunity
What's the most important topic in an elementary counseling office...feelings!
This simple game brings fun and laughter as kids explore events in their lives that bring different feelings.
It's easy! Just print out and create the dice. One die has different feelings, the other has directions; s
This Create Your Own Social Emotional Learning and Counseling Game, now with both printable and DIGITAL options, covers 32 topics relevant to student success, growth and agency. Color and number-coded, this build your own counseling game resource acts as both 32 stand alone SEL games AND as an auxi
The Feelings and Coping Skills Game now comes in both PDF and Google Slides™ for supporting social emotional distance learning. The topics covered are anger, coping skills, feelings, joy & happiness, and worry & anxiety. Color and number-coded, this DIY counseling game acts as both 5 stand
Does that eye roll mean you are annoyed? bored? disgusted? What about when you cry? Does it mean you are sad? frustrated? happy even? What do other people think?Over a 100 pages of social skills activities designed to help students improve their self-awareness of their feelings and physical reaction
This resource is a companion to the wonderful book, The Color Monster, by Anna Llenas. Please purchase this book separately. It is a must-have for all educators!It is important to talk to kids about emotions. By doing this, it will help them have a better idea of why they feel the way they do. Stude
Teaching about feelings and emotions can be fun and interactive with these 6 centers! These centers will help your students learn to connect feelings with body clues and life experiences. Feelings covered include: anger, sadness, happiness, worry, excitement and surprise. These centers are perfect f
Use this activity and game to teach and practice coping strategies for managing difficult emotions. Kids and young adults will complete a student worksheet that explains coping strategies. Then, they will play a game in groups of 2-4 that involves spinning a spinner and rolling a dice in order to pr
ESL Newcomer Activities for ELL body parts, five senses, feelings, friends and family concepts and vocabulary are explored in this thematic unit. ( Perfect for distance learning lessons.) ESL and General Ed. teachers will enjoy using this resource. “Family, Friends and Me” is a great thematic unit
ESL Feelings Activities helps make your English Language Learner’s transition into your classroom easier by learning feelings/emotions vocabulary! This resource can be used for making a lap book or as an interactive notebook! Great ESL Activities to help your children learn English!TAKE A PREVIEW
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry learners will enjoy this pre-reading activity that gets thinking about and discussing (and maybe even engaging in some friendly arguing!). Then after the novel is done, learners will revisit these questions to consider how their minds have stayed the same or changed base
Need a resource to engage your counseling program's youngest learners? This packet of Primary Social-Emotional Centers on Feelings will meet your needs!
This packet includes 6 interactive, independent centers on Feelings and Emotions for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Graders. An “I Can” statement