Look no further for an engaging product that helps your learners with social/emotional skills. Within the pages of this product, you will find many worksheets and activities for your elementary school age learners. Whether you’re a classroom teacher, resource teacher, school counselor, or therapist, this product will help you work with learners who are needing guidance in social/emotional situations. The 3 main topics focused on are identifying and naming feelings, empathy, and healthy coping skills. The activities and worksheets are differentiated to meet the needs of most learners. Many of the worksheets include real-life scenarios that kids face every day. This product is perfect to use during the winter season, as learners will be kept engaged with a cute snowman character. This product contains a color version and a black & white version. PLEASE NOTE: Color and B&W versions are IDENTICAL.
When you purchase this product, you will receive:
PAGES 1-2: Cards showing the facial expressions associated with 7 main emotions.
PAGE 3: A dice game learners play to be the first to roll all 7 emotions and label their snowmen.
PAGE 4: A dice game learners play to be the first to roll all 7 emotions and label their snowmen. (an added component of talking about a time they have felt that emotion)
PAGE 5: Learners match the snowman facial expressions to emotion words.
PAGE 6: Learners cut and paste the snowman facial expressions to emotion words.
PAGE 7: Learners match the snowman facial expression to a real-life scenario.
PAGE 8: Learners cut and paste the snowman facial expression to a real-life scenario.
PAGE 9: Learners write the emotion word that best matches the real-life scenario. Then they draw the matching facial expression on the snowman.
PAGES 10-13: Learners respond to a prompt by writing about a time they felt the given emotion.
PAGE 14: Learners match the snowman facial expressions to a healthy coping skill.
PAGE 15: Learners cut and paste the snowman facial expressions to a healthy coping skill.
PAGE 16: Learners write the emotion the snowman is feeling and write a healthy coping skill the snowman can use when feeling that way.
PAGE 17: Learners write a socially appropriate response to a snowman who has explained a feeling he/she is having and why.
PAGE 18: Learners write socially appropriate responses based on real-life scenarios and the facial expressions of snowmen.
PAGES 19-20: Learners “spin an emotion” and write a narrative about a snowman who is feeling that emotion.
PAGE 21: Learners brainstorm by writing ideas on the paper each snowman is holding.
PAGES 22-23: Learners “spin an emotion” and write a letter to a snowman who is feeling that emotion.
PAGE 24: Learners write a response to a prompt explaining how they are feeling on that particular day.