Counselors, social workers, and teachers can use this product to help students recognize the physical feelings associated with each emotion. The student will use colors and symbols to show how each emotion feels. For example, the child might draw red zigzags on the stomach to express fear, orange lightning bolts on the head to show anger, and pink bubbles on the chest to show love. By talking about the different feelings associated with each emotion, students will learn to recognize their emotions more effectively.
The first page allows students to draw happiness, sadness, anger, fear, love, and shame. The second page does not have emotions listed so that you or the child can decide which emotions to discuss. The third page allows students to express their feelings by drawing a diagram of how they currently fear.
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