This is a template for K-2 students to make their own book about their feelings or emotions. For younger students, it is great tool to help them begin to recognize their different emotions and feelings. For older students (i.e. my First grade class), it is a handy little booklet that allows students to learn about new emotions as well as illustrate how someone's face make look when they are feeling "embarrassed" or "jealous." I find it helpful for students with poor expressive language skills to tell me what is going on. It is also a great dictionary for students -they can keep it at their desk - so they can write about their feelings and use words beyond "mad, sad, happy."
The booklet is printed out. The students draw a face for each emotion after being discussed in class, cut it out, paste it on construction paper, and then the teacher can laminate it and bind it with a small ring. It is best not to do all the emotions at once but make it part of a unit. I used this for our International Baccalaureate PYP unit "Give and Take" about conflict resolution, communication, and seeing different perspectives.