Are you looking for a go-to activity that can serve as an icebreaker with small groups or individual students, be the perfect SEL center, AND help students learn to identify their feelings? Look no further!
This FUN and meaningful matching game can be used in so many ways! It includes 11 emotions doggies, 11 feelings dog collars, and 33 dog bone scenario cards in both full color and black/white.
I also added 6 blank editable dog bones so you can make your own! A cute "How Do You Feel Today?" poster with all of the dogs is also included! My favorite way to use this activity is to ask students to help the dogs find their collars and give them a bone! I lay the emotions doggies and the feelings collars on a table. Students then match the expression the dog is making to the feelings collar that best describes them. Then, students take turns choosing a dog bone that has a scenario written on it. Students give the dog bone scenario to the dog that best shows how they would feel in that situation. Lower elementary students can have the educator read the feelings words and scenarios aloud to them and upper elementary students can read everything themselves!
THE FEELINGS/EMOTIONS INCLUDED ARE:
I hope that your students enjoy this activity as much as mine did, best wishes! :)
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