Emotions Puzzle Match-Up sorting activity
Emotions Puzzle Match-Up is a resource to help your child to practice the skill of decoding the emotion in other people’s words. This is an ideal resource for children who are hands-on learners. I recommend laminating these pieces for ease of use and durability. Alternatively, you could cut the pieces and use them as a gluing activity.
***This is included in the big bundle ***
In this packet you will find:
•12 Emotion puzzles (7 emotions) split into 6 male & 6 female faces.
-Bored -Shocked -Scared -Sad -Happy -Angry -Jealous
•30 more word puzzle pieces to decode emotion from.
•72 sets of “fill in your own” puzzles split into 3 male and 3 female options.
-Bored -Shocked -Scared -Sad -Happy -Angry -Jealous -Surprised
-Lonely -Tired -Disgusted -Anxious
•A Puzzle Map to assemble pieces on.
How to Use (There are a few options here, depending on the needs of your child):
•Give just a few broken up puzzles to be re-assembled.
•Use the Puzzle Map to attach a whole set of pieces with Velcro dots or for cutting/gluing to practice fine motor skills.
•Have your child find all of the phrases that could match a certain face/emotion.
•Pick a set of puzzles with a profile your child can identify with, and have them draw/write in their own facial expression and phrase (You could also use the pre-printed phrases with these ones as well of course).
If you live outside the U.S., you can purchase this resource here.