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Feelings, Emotions, and Social Skills Bundle
Grades: 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Subjects: Language Therapy, Social Skills, Pragmatic Language
Resource Type: Printables, Worksheets, Activities
Pages: 261 pages (Color and Black & White)
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Help your students become effective problem solvers and improve their behaviors in your classroom. Students will learn about interpreting body language, facial expressions, body postures, and tone.
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WHO IT IS FOR
• Appropriate for elementary students.
• Works great for students with autism.
• Students that need help identifying their emotions.
• Effective to practice identifying how others feel.
• Teaches nonverbal cues: facial expressions, tone, body posture, gestures, and situational context.
• Students learn how to sharpen their perspective taking skills.
• Students learn how to recognize nonverbal cues that includes body language and facial cues.
• Encourages written expression.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
This bundle includes the following social skill resources:
Feelings and Emotions Activity Packet
Feelings and Emotions Activity Packet Part 2
Physical Emotions Activity Packet
Detective Strategies for Social Skills
Problem Solving Scenarios
Cell Phone Emotions
Feelings and Emotions Flashcards
Discusses the following emotions: Sad, Mad, Shy, Anxious, Angry, Confused, Silly, Frustrated, Upset, Nervous, Proud, Bored, Curious, Disappointed, Furious, Embarrassed, Excited, Grumpy, Scared, Puzzled, Cheerful, Playful, and Timid.
Discusses the following physical emotions: hot, cold, strong, tearful, alert, tired, satisfied, sick, hungry, and thirsty.
Written expression: Students also create their own mini book, answer comprehension questions, write their own “I feel” statements, and learn about character analysis.