Helping students understand emotions and how people and characters show those emotions is an important aspect of early childhood education. These cute puppy dog posters show 11 different feelings that will help students understand facial expressions and can aid reading comprehension.
• Emotions Posters: angry, confused, happy, shocked, excited, proud, shy, content, worried, scared, unhappy, sad (Unhappy and sad are the same image, just with different wording for you to chose from throughout this packet.)
Emotions Poster: Laminate and use a dry erase marker or permanent marker to list different emotions as you encounter them in stories or class experiences.
• Emotions We Like/Don’t Like to Feel Sort: Sort cards into two categories. This can be turned into a file folder game.
• A Time I Felt... Writing Prompts: Space to write and draw about 11 different emotions.
• Label & Write: Students can label the dog image with clues about how the character is feeling (for example, a frown indicates sadness, raised eyebrows indicate anger, etc...) and write a sentence telling how they know the dog feels that way.