Target: cause and effect, perspective-taking, feelings
Grab from your closet: colored pencils or markers
This item includes **three** worksheets. They can be used together or separately.
Worksheet 1: Print out a copy for each student. Read the directions and go over the examples (underline the action, circle the feeling word, and draw an arrow from the action word to the feeling word). Each example is one sentence long. Complete the worksheet.
Worksheet 2: Print out a copy for each student. Help students identify their emotions by drawing a picture of the situation and writing a sentence about it. The same worksheet can be used to imagine how someone else is feeling.
**UPDATED**Worksheet 3: Print out a copy for each student. Read each scenario and have the student identify, from three choices, why the character felt that way.