How Do You Feel? An Emotions Board Game

The Gaming Grammarian
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Properly expressing emotions can be difficult for various reasons. Some students lack practice and skill in identifying and naming their emotions. My ESL students struggle with having the English vocabulary to do it. This game gives students the practice they need. To set up the game simply print the spinner, game boards and game cards, you will need one set for every two players. Cut out the spinner and attach the arrow using a brad or folding fastener of some kind. Cut the game cards and place in a bag.

To play pass out game supplies to every pair of students. The first player then spins the spinner, finds the corresponding emotion card and places it over the matching emoji. The second player then takes a turn. If a player spins an emotion that is already covered the turn is over. The winner can be determined in several ways: three in a row, four corners, cover all of the emjois, or four corners + center.

Game extension: before being able to cover an emoji players must use the emotion in a sentence such as, “I feel tired after I play soccer.”

A digital version of this game is also available for distance learning.

For more information about the game, see the blog post How Do You Feel?

Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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