Feelings are the emotions that we experience everyday. We can look at a person’s face for clues on how they are feeling. This activity is perfect for your students that have difficulty identifying their own emotions and how other people feel.
Students will learn about twelve emotions. The students will define each feeling, learn to look for facial cues, and answer comprehension questions. These adaptive books are perfect for nonverbal students, students with autism, or students working on expressive language skills.
Feelings that are defined and discussed in this activity:
Peaceful, Shy, Surprised, Sad, Happy, Mad, Anxious, Angry, Confused, Frustrated, Upset, and Silly.
This activity includes:
• 12 Feelings cards with the words
• 12 Feelings cards without the words
• 12 Feelings cards with only the words
• 1 Adaptive book: match the picture of the feeling with the word
• 1 Adaptive book: match the feelings card with the short story
• Students match the words with the pictures
• Students answer teacher-led questions and use the cards as the answers
After printing out this activity, cut out the cards and then laminate for durable use.
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