Emotion File Folder Activities

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The Autism Helper
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PreK - 6th
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25 pages
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I love using the drawings and pictures to help generalize this information to my students real experiences!
This was an excellent resource due to its varying levels of implementation for teaching the concepts and I was able to use it with all levels of learners in the pre-K setting.


Instructions and printables to make 6 file folder activities to work on learning about emotions! It is essential to teach students not only how to identify their emotions but also what causes these emotions. These activities are a great way to work on identifying emotions, sorting causes of emotions, and cause/effect. These activities are an effective antecedent intervention!

Perfect for early childhood or students with autism or special needs!

File folder activities included are:

- Matching Emotions

- Matching Emotions to Photos

- Match Emotion to Word

- Match Emotion to Activity

- Sort things that make you happy vs. things that make you sad

- Sort Happy and Sad Photos

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