Identifying how they feel can be difficult for some students, particularly those with Autism or with Developmental Disabilities or Intellectual Disabilities. Feelings are not as concrete as some other terms and labels.. Use these 96 cards
as a starting point for discussion about feelings in different, sometimes common situations.
These cards depict situations that are commonly occurring for students.
You can take the discussion to the next level by asking students, “What would you do?”
✋There are also 20 cards in which students identify situations that make them feel (how).
✋There are 2 game boards; one blank one to use with the cards and one with feelings in each space. ✋Have students identify when they feel that way.
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