How Are You Feeling? Cat Emotions Poster. These posters are a great option for functional decor. I created them for the counseling office at my school and also for my speech room.
--Laminate and have students circle their feelings with dry erase markers.
--Place on a magnetic surface (white board or filing cabinet) and have the students place a magnet over their feelings.
--Laminate and use as a play dough mat. Have the students smash a dot of play dough over their feelings.
--I included an ink friendly black and white version to use with crayons, bingo dotters, or markers.
--You could also turn it into a social skills lesson by asking the students to talk about a time they felt _____(one of the feelings). You could also ask them appropriate vs. inappropriate responses/reactions when facing certain feelings.
I also created a BUNDLE that contains posters for each month of the year.
Posters included in the Year Round pack:
Feelings included: happy, sad, scared, confused, worried, proud. excited, frustrated, amused, shocked, confident, annoyed, overjoyed, silly, embarrassed, lonely, hopeful, disgusted, and anxious