If you need to teach a lesson about different feelings, this book and this Recognizing Feelings Pack will help help you prepare a fun and meaningful lesson.
This packet was created to use with the book The Way I Feel by Janan Cain.
The book covers so many feelings and moods, the packet really focuses on having students recognize and recall the feelings from the story as well as things that make them feel that way.
There are multiple pages that are differentiated to fit the different needs of your students - you can have all your students working on the same skill but with a page that best fits their needs.
This packet is tailored to this book with specific questions of varying degrees of difficulty. Students will respond by drawing, circling answers, writing sentences and finding text evidence to support their thinking.
Included in the packet:
Directions and Common Core Standards for each skill and strategy. Plus ideas for extending some of the activities.
* Cause and Effect - 5 pages and 1 key
* Main Idea and Details - 4 pages
* Strong Thought - 1 page
* Visualize - 1 page
* Writing paper - 2 pages
* Folding Feeling Activity - 1 page
* How I Look When I Feel - 2 pages
* Feeling Cards - 12 situation cards (pulled from book) 12 feeling cards.
* Recording Sheet for feeling cards (can be used independent of cards)
******PRODUCT UPDATED NOVEMBER 2015******
If you would like more information about this book, visit my blog post titled,
Recognizing Feelings Teaching Ideas
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Shawna Devoe and The Picture Book Teacher is the sole creator of this product, Recognizing Feelings with The Way I Feel by Janan Cain, and does not claim endorsement or association with the creators of the CCSS or the WIDA ELD standards.