Emotions should always be a common theme because students have a hard time expressing themselves! In the emoticon worksheet, students match emotions with emoticons.
Every kid loves comic books. But what if the comic didn’t have any words in them? In this comic book creation worksheet, students fill in the empty speech bubbles with an interesting story.
How well do your students know their ABCs? Instead of a normal story, students create a story with each sentence consecutively from A to Z.
Two pictures look identical, but they’re not. Students have to spot the differences in both scenes. Circle all ten of them.
In the satisfaction game worksheet, students explore emotions. For example, what makes you happy? What makes you angry?