These cards provide engaging opportunities to increase English vocabulary for emotions and feelings. The clip art images of people experiencing the emotions / feelings help to convey meaning. The cards can be used as a matching activity and used in card games. Some ideas are included in the resource.
Having the vocabulary for emotions and feelings is particularly useful for students who have English as an Additional Language as this helps with communicating mood or reactions to situations.
The words used are
Proud – pleased
Sad – unhappy
Silly – foolish
Surprised – astonished
Scared - frightened
Shy – bashful
Disappointed – dissatisfied
Embarrassed – mortified
Excited – exhilarated
Grumpy – bad- tempered
Happy – cheerful
Nervous – anxious
Angry – mad
Bored – uninterested
Confused – puzzled
Curious – interested
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