Friday Freebie: Making Faces

Making faces is a printable set of worksheets whose aim is to help children manage and identify emotions in themselves and in others.

Making Faces sample worksheets

Today’s Friday Freebie is a sample version of my newest 35-page printable packet Making Faces.  Making faces is a printable set of worksheets whose aim is to help children manage and identify emotions in themselves and in others.

 

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 There are 4 worksheet formats within the packet

1) Find the Face

This worksheet has a scenario for the reader to evaluate, label the emotion felt, and identify the accompanying facial expression.  There are also questions aimed at developing a clearer sense of empathy and how the child can support a friend in such a situation. 

2) Feeling? 

This worksheet walks the reader through a specific emotion.  The reader identifies personal triggers for experiencing this emotion.  The reader then identifies ways they can change that feeling if necessary.

3) Emotion Match up cut and Paste

Because cut & paste is fun!  Seriously though, this is a great addition for kinesthetic learners; a hands-on activity to help cement learning.   

4) Today I Am Feeling

Another great hands-on activity that helps the reader to practice awareness and communication of their feelings.  Try using them with dry erase markers- laminate or simply use a page protector!


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Jill is a Christian, homeschooler, "boy mom", and special needs parent. Jill has ADHD and has learned firsthand how adapting environments can be key to finding success! Her current mission is to empower parents whose desire is to homeschool their special needs children and helping them squash their self-doubt!

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