Do you have a spot in your room for an essential set of cards to help you teach your social students that other people have different thoughts and feelings than them? Ideal for social groups and a fantastic resource for teachers and SLPs to help teach and understand emotions and the impact our/their behaviors have on the people around them.
The set contains both female and male cards so that you can adapt to your students (and self) and covers 12 different feelings and thoughts to help you with Theory of Mind
including: disappointed, frustrated, silly, sad, angry, confused, anxious, good, excited, happy, proud, surprised. Use them to help your students know what you are thinking (“I’m having sad thoughts”) or to help them label their own feelings (“Are you having sad or anxious feelings?”).
I have two different sets as I believe in flexibility in teaching social skills. One set has the emotion word labeled for explicit teaching, the other doesn't as it is great to get your student's to identify the emotion themselves or come up with their own vocabulary.
• 12 x female cards (girl thinking a feeling)
• 12 x male cards (boy thinking a feeling)
• 12 x female cards (thought bubble feelings with emotion labeled)
• 12 x male cards (thought bubble feelings with emotion labeled)
• 12 x blank thought bubbles to generate more emotions
• Activity Ideas on how to use, when to use and what to say
What people are saying about using this resource
"Love the different emotions+facial expressions! GREAT variety."
"I was even more impressed that you had a few new ideas, which I hadn't thought of/tried before"
"Great addition to my social materials"
I’d LOVE to hear your feedback on how you have implemented these with your students and if they have been useful! I have this thing for making really basic visuals that you use EVERY single day, so check out another awesome material for your social box, Emotion Odometers & Visual Supports
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