These feelings/emotions coloring pages help kids identify emotions and reflect on what causes them to feel those emotions. There are 13 feeling pages and 13 pages where the child is asked to color the faces in the picture that are feeling a certain emotion.
This is a simple coloring book with a lot of potential for counselors, special education teachers, and even ELL teachers (helping students learn the names of the emotions!). Students learn to identify emotions based on facial expressions, and are even shown facial expressions that might be confusing--showing that sometimes, we can't tell what we are feeling or can't read someone else's emotions.
--Early childhood teachers to teach their students about feelings
--ELL teachers teaching students the words for emotions
--Special education teachers working with students with a variety of social/behavioral delays to help them identify and discuss emotions
--Homeschooling parents who are working with their kids about self-awareness of their emotions
--Parents who have children who are struggling to identify and deal with their big emotions.
--School counselors who are working with students who need help talking about their emotions
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