Looking for a fun and easy way to teach young kiddos how to identify feelings facial expressions? Your students will have a ball spotting and dotting bubble gum feelings. I mean, who doesn’t love to color?…especially with super fun dauber/dot markers. I have to say that these markers are my latest obsession!
**You don’t have to use dot/dauber markers for this activity packet but the dauber/dot markers make it so much more fun (in my opinion!)
Includes 6 basic feelings:
Happy, Sad, Scared, Disgusted, Surprised, and Angry
1) “Draw, Spot, Dot, and Tell “ worksheet (students draw bumble gum feeling cards and if they spot a match, they will dot the feeling in their gumball machine and then tell about a time when they felt that way. (includes gumball feelings with word only, picture only, and word with picture. Make several copies of each of the gumball feelings cards and shuffle them.
2) “Spin, Spot, Dot, and Tell” worksheet (similar to the activity above, however instead of drawing a card, they will take turns spinning the feelings wheel)
3) “Spot and Dot a Gumball Feeling” and “Pop Goes the Feeling” Worksheets ( 2 for each of the 6 basic feelings included): Students will see how quickly they can spot and dot the feeling that is given.
Be on the lookout for more social/emotional "dauber" worksheets.