Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)

Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
Emotions Bundle (foldables,workbooks,worksheets, discussion tools)
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Emotions Bundle

Five engaging and interactive activities designed to get to the root of how students feel! Click on the preview for more images!

Included in this download:
1) Emotions, Let's Start Talking About Them
2) Discussing Emotions, the Foldable
3) Anger Workbook
4) Walk a Mile In Someone Else's Shoes.
5) Expressing Emotions Tab Book

Click on the links above to review the individual product postings. See below for detailed descriptions of each product.

1) Emotions, Let's Start Talking About Them:
There's been a lot of talk about emotions lately, how do we know if our students truly understand the differences between emotions?

Included in this packet are:
Six Emotions Posters (Sad, Anger, Fear, Happy, Surprised, Disgust)
Student Check In Sheet
Emotions Color Chart
Emotions Worksheets (4)

Color and Black + White Copies Included

The six colorful 8 x 10 posters can be used as a tool to get the emotions conversation off to a fun start. Emotions are complex, there isn't one right way to express or describe them. Show students the many words they can use to express themselves. Maybe even take the opportunity to pull out a dictionary and expose students to words they've never encountered before.

Once done using the posters to explain each emotion, they can be hung in offices or classrooms as a reminder and/or resource for students.

Use the Student Check In Sheet to understand how students are feeling in four key areas: home, school, class and with friends.

Use the Emotions Color Chart as a visual of all the emotions and as a conversation starter. Talk through the various pictures; point out similarities and differences between the emotions, etc.

Use the four worksheets to solidify student understanding.

2) Discussing Emotions, the Foldable:

Included in this download are five different printable foldable templates and a roll and describe cube! Color and black & white versions are available.

Have students talk about their emotions in a fun way!

Students roll the cube and describe the emotion they land on or tell a story about a time they felt that emotion.

Using the foldable, students lift each of the flaps of the foldable and write or draw their answers to the printed questions. This is a simple way to get kids talking, start the conversation about how they handle emotions or to get to know the student better.

Assembly takes about three minutes. Print the template you want, fold where directed and then cut. Easy peazy!

3) Anger Workbook:
All too often I see angry kids. Everything seems to set them off. When I ask them to talk about what happened, they cannot seem to put their feelings into words.

This workbook is designed to help children understand and express their anger. This interactive booklet requires kids to explore their anger through use of questions and drawing activities that force them to think deep and evaluate their own behavior.

Color and Black & White copy included in download.

*Be careful using with second grade. The activity requires a lot of writing.

For small version, print workbook double-sided (for best results, I click double-sided "short-edge binding" when printing). Simply fold the pages in half with the front and back cover facing out and staple to bind the booklet.

For full page booklet print double sided with long edge binding.

4) Walk a Mile In Someone Else's Shoes, Empathy Builders.:

These cards are perfect for small groups or individual student use.

Sometimes our students need help understanding how their actions and/or how certain situations can affect other people's feelings. With your students, use these 48 empathy building situation cards to discuss how people would feel in various situations. Have students answer the questions on the cards and then discuss the scenarios and student responses.

Make your students think of how others feel and how they can help.

To create these cards:
For full color cards, print double sided, pages 3-26.
For black and white cards, print double sided, pages 26-50.
Laminate for durability.
Cut on dotted lines to separate.

5) Expressing Emotions Tab Book:

This activity is perfect for small groups or individual lessons with students who need a little extra help understanding their emotions. This Tab Activity Book makes discussing and expressing emotions fun and interactive!

One Tab Activity Book with Cut & Glue Activity

All pages are black and white for ease of printing. Print pages 6-19 double sided on plain white paper. Cut along dotted lines to create each individual tab page. Put pages together in the correct order (tabs lining up properly) and staple along left side to create your Tab Activity Book!

It's that simple and super quick to assembly!!

Students answers three to four questions on each page. The questions allow students to explore how they feel and how they handle their various emotions.

There is also a cut and glue activity. Students cut out and sort the 32 situations provided based on how the situation would make the student feel. More situations are provided than will be used. If the student runs out of situations that would make them feel a specific emotion, they can write their own example of a situation in the box.

Here's how I use this product:

I had a little boy tell me he wants to talk about his emotions in a fun way. He said he has a hard time matching his face to his emotions and explaining how the emotions feel. I started him off with the Emotions Foldables, which he absolutely loved. He said he was starting to practice “making the face match the feels” and wanted to talk about the emotions more.
So I made this for him!

Necessary Supplies:
Access to a double sided black & white printer
Colored pencils
Construction Paper that matches Inside Out colors (optional)

Assembly & Activity
Single sided print the two situation pages for the cut and glue activity.

Printed out the Tab Workbook pages double sided. Cut along the dotted lines on each page and then line each up in the correct order.

When the pages are lined up correctly (happy, sad, surprised, fear, angry, disgust) staple down the left hand side to create a spine to your Tab WorkBook.

Cut out each of the scenarios and sort them into various piles based on how they make the student feel.

I usually teach colors to match each of the emotions (the same as Inside Out colors) so I like to pull out construction paper that matches each of the emotions to add a little color to the cut and glue activity (yellow, blue, orange for surprised, purple, red and green).

Color the cover however you want or to match with the color from Inside Out if you are going with that theme.

Once we finished the cover, we get down to the good stuff.

We start with the first emotion, happy. We discuss what happy means, draw a self-portrait of the student happy, explore what makes us happy and talk about what it feels like to be happy. We answer the questions on the page and draw pictures together.

We look at the pile of situations we had presorted for happy and chose four situations that made the student most happy. We glued each of the four situations to their appropriate colored construction paper (in this case yellow, this step is optional).

Then we cut them into squares small enough to fit into the boxes printed on the Tab Workbook Page.

We then glued the situation in a box under the chosen emotion’s page in the Tab WorkBook.

We repeated this process for each emotion.

You really get to explore each emotion in depth with your student.

Enjoy exploring emotions with your students!

Mrs. Bell
The Crafty Counselor

Please make sure you have the proper software to open a zip file before purchasing. You may not wish to purchase this product if you have previously purchased two or more of the above listed products. Be cautious when using with second graders;some activities require writing.

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