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Social Emotional Learning – Identifying Feelings

The first step to self-regulation is identifying feelings. This social emotional learning unit introduces THIRTY different feelings to students, gives examples of why this feeling occurs, and shows what our faces and our bodies look like. Each feeling has posters and lesson plans.
 
Included in this download:
  • Introduction slides (both pdf and PowerPoint)
  • Feelings slides (both pdf and PowerPoint)
  • Feelings cards
  • Feelings posters
  • Feelings lesson plans
  • Editable feelings certificate

$10.00

The first step to self-regulation is identifying feelings. This social emotional learning unit introduces THIRTY different feelings to students, gives examples of why this feeling occurs, and shows what our faces and our bodies look like. Each feeling has posters and lesson plans.
 
Included in this download:
  • Introduction slides (both pdf and PowerPoint)
  • Feelings slides (both pdf and PowerPoint)
  • Feelings cards
  • Feelings posters
  • Feelings lesson plans
  • Editable feelings certificate
 
Feelings included:
sad
happy
mad
disappointed
excited
jealous
kind
annoyed
safe
ashamed
embarrassed
content
bored
calm
discusted
proud
shy
confident
frustrated
joyful
tired
surprised
scared
worried
curious
confused
interested
lonely
hopeful
malicious

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