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Developing empathy in children has never been more fun than with this collection of 19 simple empathy activities for kids!
Katie Hartog saved to summer camp
FREE monster feeling cards! Monster feelings games to teach and review feeling words and vocabulary for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.
DidiFang saved to Preschool Themes
Every year we touch on the topic of Feelings in my classroom at regular intervals. Little ones can experience lots of dramatic highs and lows so I find it an important one to address! :) If you find it helpful, you can use this sample worksheet or 8 page Feelings Mini-book as part of your feelings theme! If you like this freebie, I'd love to have your feedback on it for my shop! Thanks so much! For more Feelings activities, check out my Feelings Activity Set including playdough mats, game…
Krista Bullington saved to Whole brain teaching
My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss inspired this Color My Feelings printable booklet for kids. Great for elementary aged kids!
Jennifer Rich saved to Teaching!
Lessons and Books About Feelings. The first step in social emotional learning is make students aware of their feelings and the feelings of others. These four books about feelings are the perfect way to introduce emotions to the kindergarten or first grade classroom. A free lesson plan for The Color Monster is available to subscribers. Start the year off right!
Nikki Stalkr saved to social work
An ongoing lesson in kindergarten is to tell how you are feeling and to try to get students to go beyond I was happy. It was fun. I went home. At this point in the year, I am trying to get students to tell more details. We made a strong feelings chart last week and now we are working on what the feeling looks like and sounds like. We played charades using our bodies and trying to guess the feeling. I love the book The Bad Mood! It is the perfect book to show feelings and have students make…
Sara McCallum saved to EL 4: Feelings
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Sarah Sliter saved to Lesson Planning
Have you seen the movie “Inside Out” yet? We just saw it, and I absolutely love how it is a starting point to discussing emotions with kids. In Brain Rules for Babies (affiliate link) by leading brains specialist John Medina, he says that empathy is one of the leading predictors of social competency in adults. This paper...Read More
A guide for K-3 classrooms, school counselors, and homeschool teachers on how to teach children about their emotions and develop emotional awareness through lessons and resources.
Ashley Misback saved to calm down corner