Students with special needs often struggle to identify their own emotions as well as the emotions of others. It is even more difficult to understand why they, or others, feel the way that they do. This No Prep resource is full of worksheets to help your students target these skills. This resource contains:
(23) worksheets on labeling emotions based on a picture (drawn figure)
(23) worksheets on identifying emotion and reason for that emotion based on a short story
(2) worksheets to sort emotions into categories of happy/sad and mad/uncomfortable
(3) worksheets on how to identify an emotion based on body language
(1) worksheet of 12 common high school scenarios that may evoke emotions
Answer keys are included for every worksheet and activity
Are you working with high school students who struggle with knowing when to report something to an adult or keep the information to themselves? Check out my resource for targeting this life skill: TellOrDon’tTell-ScenariosForHighSchoolStudents
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