Feelings Clouds and Coloring Pages by Treasure Coast Achievement
These worksheets support social skills, classroom management, feelings education, and emotional awareness of self and others. Each worksheet could be used in multiple ways. For younger elementary, student could simply draw without the words.
For the embedded feelings clouds, each student could draw a flower under the feelings clouds, representing the words above. The “sad” flower typically looks droopy with pedals falling off, etc. The “happy” flower is tall, with bright colors, and possibly surrounded by other flowers, etc. This is great for students to learn about body language and physical cues of emotions.
The blank cloud worksheet could be given during a self-time out or calming area. The student could use the blank clouds to fill in own words and draw a picture to coincide or represent how the student is feeling. The worksheet could also be used backwards, as the student draws a picture and another student (small group or class) guesses the feelings words for the clouds above.
Extra blank worksheets are great for free time or to use with storytelling – possibilities are endless. For student free time, I allow students to pick among all of the sheets to encourage autonomy and provide the opportunity for the students to express a sad or happy event. This is great to increase teacher awareness of student emotions or recent experiences.