Feelings
This is a PowerPoint with
excellent photos of people
showing various
emotions. Good for
low-incidence, early
childhood, or Brady
character/feelings lesson.

Created by Valerie Blackmon
Posted 9/8/09
Printable Book
If your school has access
to Reading A to Z, you  can
log in and download this
guided reading book about
feelings.
CLICK HERE.
Check with the Kdg
teachers to get it
downloaded.

Posted 9/8/09
This bingo board has 9
squares with feelings
labeled in both
English and Spanish.

Submitted by Natalie Para
Posted 9/8/09
This link takes you to the
dotolearn.com site for a
higher- level visual about
emotions. Click on each
word to find out more
about it. Good for older
students/adults. See side
panel for additional
activities for metaphors,
personification, hyperbole,
sarcasm, etc.

Posted 3/27/10
This site has several Arthur
stories where student
chooses the correct facial
expression on the
characters to go with what
is happening.

Posted 6//9/11
This set of printable cards
shows several different
pictures of each  feeling,
arranged to teach in
opposites. Same site has
PPT with the same
feelings
animated.
CLICK HERE for the PPT
and scroll down to
"emotions".

From www.hiyah.net
Posted 9/4/11
Use the slicer to view a
huge variety of facial
expressions, match to
vocabulary, link feelings  
to events. Students can
enter WHY they/story
character feels a certain
way.

Submitted by Kathryn Dix
Posted 10/2/11
Video clips of facial
expressions from the TV   
show The Office.

Posted 3/29/17