These posters are great for writing workshop, especially as children begin to learn about including their feelings in their personal narratives. The posters not only identify common feelings, but provide a variety of word choices for each emotion. It’s a great vocabulary and spelling tool for young writers.
You can also use these posters during reading workshop. They work well during character studies and help facilitate conversations about how characters are feeling throughout the story’s plot line.
A summary sheet of all the emotions has been included and is a great resource to include inside reading and/or writing notebooks. (There is a color copy and 2 different black-and-white versions of this sheet.)
There are three poster sets in all. Two vary in difficulty level and one was intentionally left blank so it can be personalized with different words that work for you and your students. See the PREVIEW for a closer look.
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Additional Resources to Support Vocabulary Instruction:
Very, Very Vocabulary (Learning What Words Mean)
Vocabulary Sorts for Beginning ELLs
Learning About Opposites
Positional Words Posters
Learning About Homophones
Poster Set for Feeling Words