Feelings Chart

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Some days are better than others. Help autistic learners and other members of your class who have difficulty expressing their emotions with a feelings chart that presents a smiling face, a less smiling face, a neutral face, an unhappy face, and a very unhappy face.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Have learners draw their own pictures of a range of emotions
  • Display the chart in the classroom, and have individuals add their name on a Post-it next to the emotion with which they identify that day
  • Use during a behavior conference or when counseling an emotional student
  • Project onto a whiteboard and have class members write what people, events, or items make them feel each way
Classroom Considerations

  • Chart is in color, but would still be effective if printed in black and white
  • Feelings are based on a range from 1-10, with 1 being the happiest and 10 representing the unhappiest
Pros

  • Simple and versatile for multiple classroom uses
  • Helpful for non-verbal pupils
Cons

  • None