Feelings Games For Identifying Feelings And Emotions

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Your students will love these easy to use feelings games as they become more comfortable talking about their feelings. By discussing their own feelings and learning to identify feelings in themselves and others, your students will build the skills they need to increase their emotional intelligence. These games only need to be prepped once, and can be used over and over in your individual, small group, and classroom lessons!

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  • Exploring Feelings Board Game: Students will become more comfortable talking about their feelings as they have fun playing this board game. The prompts will help them reflect on their own feelings, and learn to identify feelings in themselves and others using physical and situational cues.

  • Feelings Dice Game: Students will roll two dice and respond to the prompts. They will consider how to recognize their feelings and how to express them appropriately.

  • Feelings, "I Have, Who Has" Game: Includes 3 sets of 10 “I Have, Who Has” cards. Use this interactive game to help students identify feelings based on physical and situational cues.

  • Guess the Feeling Game: This interactive game will get your students up and moving as they practice expressing various feelings and identifying the feelings of others. Students will love acting out the feelings and trying to guess the feelings of others.

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  • Laree said "Thanks for this great resource. The students enjoyed the games and were able to think more about feelings and their impact throughout the day. Very affordable too! Much appreciated :)"

  • Becky said " My students (who despise social skills time) loved the dice game. Thanks for creating such a fun pack of games!"


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