How does it feel when you don't get your favorite toy? Explore emotion words with an exercise that provides pictures and descriptions of people in different situations. Kids choose from a word bank to fill in the blanks for people who are worried, happy, thirsty, or disappointed, among others.
- Include in your unit about emotion words and expressing feelings
- Use in a special education class, mainstream class, or with English learners
- Have kids draw their own pictures that show emotions, or have them express the emotions on their own faces and take pictures for a feelings collage
- Uses some British dialect in a few sentences
- Some words with multiple meanings can fit into several spaces (hysterical)
- Helpful for kids who need visual cues when expressing emotions