Emotion Investigators: Looking for Clues to Figure Out How Others Are Feeling

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Counselor Keri
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2nd - 5th
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I used this resources as an activity when introducing character traits and emotions and it was a fantastic resource to support it.


Promote empathy and emotional intelligence/understanding with this fun investigative activity! This emotional education activity gives students the chance to consider how others might be feeling based on body language, verbal cues, and facial expressions. Students read a short paragraph and identify (1) how the person is feeling, (2) what clues they found that led them to this conclusion, and (3) a time when they also felt this way.

Product includes 2 visual aid and 20 different emotion investigation passage handouts.

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