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Teach kids how to recognize and label emotions with a feelings faces activity, printable chart, and feelings flashcards. Download now!
Description Mr. Stick is one of the most popular "students" in my classroom. As we aim to add visual appeal to our writer's notebooks and journals, Mr. Stick steps forward and allows that to happen. Sometimes the smallest of ideas have the biggest impact. That's the case with Mr. Stick, and idea I came up with way back in 1995. I can't draw. I sympathized with my students who can't draw, but I wanted their notebooks to have a visual element. Mr. Stick saved the day. Twenty years later, he's…
Jamie Mckinney saved to Classroom
These charts help young people to recognize and name the emotions they are feeling - a key part of the healing process.
You may speak of a shiver running down your spine or cold feet, but does your body actually feel different when your emotions change? Find out the science here.
Let students show you how they are feeling using the emojis on this chart! Students can point at the chart to identify how they are feeling with adults or other students. This product contains one chart with the following feelings: -Calm -Happy -Silly -Relaxed -Nervous -Annoyed -Sad -Shy -Surprised -Hungry -Angry -Confused -Sleepy -Sick -Hurt -Hot If you love emoji themed products check out some other products: Emoji Themed Products Follow me on Instagram and share pictures of how you are…
Meghan O'Toole saved to Emoji
A school counselor offers suggestions for character education and social and emotional learning during remote instruction.
Emotions exist in the body- but how? This printable emotion sensation feeling wheel helps individuals match common emotions with the physical sensations that most often match those feelings.
Trina saved to Living room