Editable in Power Point.
Use these visuals
to teach your students to spot the non-verbal body language cues
that indicate when others are feeling: disappointed
These colorful companions are suitable for children of all ages.
They are "fill-in-the-blank"
style. And, there is a boy and girl version
for each emotion.
Editable & PDF versions available:
Keynote editable version
Powerpoint editable version
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