Empathy Activities For Friendship, Perspective Taking, And Social Skills Lessons

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  1. Are you looking for easy to use resources to help your students learn and practice empathy? These 5 empathy activities will help your students recognize the feelings and needs of others, respond with empathy, and consider how their own actions affect others. These are great for use in individual, sm
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These empathy puzzles are an engaging and hands on way to help your students understand the feelings of others and learn to respond empathetically! Students will look at each of the 12 feelings covered and match it to the correct situation and response. This activity is perfect for your small group social skills or friendship lessons!

This resource includes a Google Slides component, which makes it great for distance learning!

This resource is part of an empathy activities bundle! Click here to save 20%!

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What's Included:

  • 24 puzzles the cover the following feelings: anger, anxiety, confusion, disappointment, embarrassment, frustration, hurt, loneliness, proud, sadness, sickness and fear.
  • 2 worksheets
  • All materials are also included in Google Slides format!

For more information, please see the preview!

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Ideas For Use:

  • Empathy lessons or small groups
  • Social skills lessons or small groups
  • Friendship lessons or small groups
  • With students who could benefit from considering how others feel.
  • With students who could benefit from responding appropriately to others.

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What People Are Saying About This Resource:

  • Taylor said "These were perfect as part of an empathy unit I was doing with third graders. Thank you!"

  • Whitney said "I love that this is a quick and fun way to talk about empathy with kiddos! I love that it brings it all together - not just knowing how someone feels, but also how you can help!"

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