Emotional Awareness Activities for Speech Therapy - Body Sensations + Feelings

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Do your students need to work on understanding their own emotions and feelings?

So many of my students struggled understanding their emotions until we built a foundation of two critical skills:

  • Increasing awareness of the sensations and feelings in their body
  • Putting words to their thoughts

Only after targeting those foundational skills did my students begin the process of connecting the dots to understanding their own sensations and feelings. From there, we were better able to target other skills that rely on emotional awareness including self-advocacy and self-regulation skills.

This resource contains the visuals, graphic organizers, and worksheets that were most effective and helpful for my students and I.

In the beginning of the resource are a few teaching pages so you can teach the difference between thoughts, body sensations, and feelings. Then, I've provided a ton of different worksheets, visuals, and graphic organizers to help your students identify body sensations and feelings in their own body! Last, there are two sections of feelings worksheets that allow you to discuss a variety of specific feelings (e.g., brave, calm, confused) more in depth.

Last, all of the worksheets are included as Google Slides™️ as well!

Make sure to download the preview file to make sure the activities in this resource will work for your caseload!

Feel free to email the Speechy Musings team at help@speechymusings.com with any questions!

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