Students always find it hard to express themselves with emotions. Instead of saying the usual emotions like “sad” and “happy”, these 7 feelings and emotions worksheets explores how we feel.
Is there an emoticon that describes your mood? Find several emoticons in the worksheet that describe how you are feeling and write a sentence using them.
Each student writes down their likes and dislikes. Next, the teacher collects everyone’s answer. After reading everyone’s answer aloud, can you identify who it is?
It’s important to have a good bank of emotions vocabulary. In pairs, place a pin in the center of the chart and spin it. The pin will point to a specific emotion. Have you ever felt that emotion?
Emotions should always be a common theme because students have a hard time expressing themselves! In the emoticon worksheet, students match emotions with emoticons.
In the satisfaction game worksheet, students explore emotions. For example, what makes you happy? What makes you angry?