This package is designed to address emotions from the basic level of exposure to more advanced levels of exploring these feelings. Great for children with Autism that may need some direct instruction in regards to emotions. Includes: sad, mad, surprised, happy, excited, sick, embarrassed, tired, and jealous.
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Includes:Coloring Sheet – Name an emotion, have the child find the face that represents that emotion. Then have them color in the face.
Matching Game – A memory game with different faces. Have the child identify the emotion as they flip over each card. Simply print two copies, cut apart, and laminate!
Flash Cards – Simply use the cards from the memory game to drill the child as they identify the different emotions being expressed.
Matching Worksheet – Child can color the faces, and then draw a line to word that represents that emotion.
How can you tell? Worksheet (2 pages ea) – The child views the face, determines what emotion it is expressing, then checks characteristics that help a person determine what another person is feeling. There may be one or two correct choices. This same worksheet is included with blank spaces so that the child must generate the answer rather than choosing from a set of choices.
Why do they feel this way? Worksheet (2 pages) – The child views the picture of the face, decides what emotion it represents. Then they can choose a situation that may make a person experience that particular feeling from a choice of three.
When have I felt this way? Worksheet (2 pages) – The child identifies what emotion the face is expressing, and then writes a short story about a time they have felt this way.
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