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Are your students missing the vocabulary for degrees of emotion to clearly express how people feel? The activities, games, scenarios and worksheets in this social skills set help them practice vocabulary for emotions, identify facial expressions, take another's perspective to tell how people feel in situations and infer feelings from thought statements, building their skills from the word level to making inferences.
- A color coded game board to use with 5 sets of game cards:
* 36 word cards with emotions in the basic four groups (happy, sad, angry, surprised.)
* 36 clip art face cards depicting emotions that match the words.
- A set of near synonym cards for each emotion to use as a word retrieval strategy.
- 2 definition cards worksheets for students to complete with choices of boy or girl faces.
- 4 homework worksheets for matching emotion words to faces.
- 4 homework worksheets for matching emotions to opposites/near synonyms.
- 3 posters for discussion of feelings and problems (in B/W) and display (color version.)
* Size of the Problem
* I Can Change My Thoughts
* How Big is My Feeling?
- 4 emotion word mini books for students to make.
- 27 facial expression photos to discuss or use in games.
- 'How Do They Feel?' printable board game.
- 36 cards with situations for inferring feelings.
- 36 cards to infer feelings from what the person is thinking.
- 18 photos of faces
- 36 card set with realistic looking pre-teen facial expressions and emotion word cards to match.
- teaching ideas, answer sheets and directions.
- A free emotion reference sheet from https://tomdrummond.com/app/uploads/2013/12/Emotionvocab.pdf
What are happy buyers saying?
• So much variety! Jam-packed with activities. So much for the price! If you are just starting social groups, I highly recommend this. It really helped me.
* This is the perfect resource to work on feeling and empathy with my social skills groups. THANK YOU!
* Great activity to use prior to identifying character viewpoints for grade level reading passages.
* Thanks for the update! Love using this in my classroom!
* I am so glad I found this product! I was looking for a very basic introduction for my very young (and some newly identified) ASD kiddos. This is great!
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