Learning About Feelings and Emotions FREE Printables and Activities

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Do you have a little one that struggles with understanding what they are feeling?

Feelings and Emotion
I have one child that is overly emotional, one that buries their emotions until they explode, one that is the peace maker and another that is a mix of all 4! Emotions and feelings can be quite hard to understand sometimes and some children needs some extra special care in learning how to handle what they are feeling. This is why I like using fun printables and crafts to help them.

FREE Printables:
Scholastic My Mini Books of Feelings – you can ask your little ones the questions and fill the answers in for them, then they can color the pictures.
FREE Montessori Emotion Monster Cards
How Do You Feel? Printable Board Game
Emotion Word Cards
Emotions Go Fish Card Game
5 Steps to Managing Big Emotions FREE Printable Poster from Childhood 101
Exploring Emotions with Lego Faces from Homeschool Encouragement – these are for ages K-2 and are great to use with Lego mini figures with different facial expressions as part of a unit study on feelings.

Free LEGO Printables - Exploring Emotions with LEGO faces

FREE Printable Emotions Board Game
from Life Over Cs

This free printable Emotions board game is perfect for kids who need help learning how to properly express their emotions. Happy, sad, scared, angry and bored are the fun emotions that they will be exploring through play and conversation.

Hands On Activities:
The Emotional Robot – Simple Emotions Coloring and Paper Craft Activity for Kids from Lemon Lime Adventures

The Emotional Robot | Simple Emotional Intelligence Activity for Kids
Inside Out Teaching Emotions Craft and Activity from Surviving a Teacher Salary

Disney Pixar Inside Out Teaching Emotions Craft & Activities - Social Skills & Autism

DIY Emotions Stickers from Childhood 101
10 Ways to Use Emotion Cards from Moments a Day
Create a Hug Jar from Homegrown Friends
Emotion Eggs from Laughing Kids Learn

tool for teaching emotions in kids of all ages

Here are some great books on feelings:


My Many Colored Days

Feelings to Share from A to Z 

Glad Monster, Sad Monster 

How do Dinosaurs Say I’m Mad?

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Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate!) She is a an eclectic,Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!

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