Happy, Sad, Mad, Lonely, Excited, Surprised, Silly, Scared
Full Page Emotion Posters: 4 boys, 4 girls
Color Pocket Chart Emotion Cards: 4/page, 8 boy/8girl
B&W Pocket Chart Emotion Cards: 4/page, 8 boy/8girl
“Today I Feel” for student daily use– full page w/mini cards
Feelings Clock Lesson Plan/Activity
Today I Feel” - w/emotions: Students can fill in by drawing or cutting and pasting feelings into the calendar. Calendar with only boys, only girls, and/or both.
Sheet of feelings (cutout) for calendars– 1 boy/1girl
Today I feel….because… w/o pictures
Today I feel… because… w/pictures
Today I feel… because… w/space for drawing
Blank Cards Included throughout the unit.
HINT: If you want to print smaller versions of the writing, cards, etc… go to print, multiple pages (Choose 2-4 for best results).
Why this was created:
One of the most difficult things is understanding how a child feels. Although this was created for Special Needs and autistic children, I believe it is something that would work in any classroom. I created this after my own daughter went through a difficult time while my husband was serving overseas. At six years old, she didn’t understand her feelings and this helped her, and her teachers, understand what each day brought. I have tried to provide both larger and smaller versions, boy and girl emotions, color and black and white prints, student and teacher sheets—for your use. If you think of any other ways you would like this material used, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know. I will be more than happy to add whatever is needed to provide your students with tools that will help them understand their feelings.