Learn about the Feelings and Emotions Activities for Preschoolers!
Get ready made resources to help you teach your preschooler to identify their own feelings and the feelings of others.
You want to have easy to understand resources to help your preschooler learn to identify and recognize their own emotions and feelings as well as learning how to identify the feelings of others.
- You are tired of searching the internet and Pinterest for help to find resources that will teach your child
- You are tired of spending so much money out of pocket to only get a few resources
- You need ready made resources to save you time and that are fun and engaging for your child or students to learn!
What if you could have easy to use and hands on learning activities to help your preschooler learn about emotions and feelings?
- having ready made resources you can print and use that are engaging for your child
- having hands on learning opportunities for your students and child
- helping your child learn to identify their own emotions
- they can learn to identify the feelings of others around them
- they can have healthy conversations about emotions and feelings
Introducing the Feelings and Emotions Activities Bundle for Preschoolers!
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What is inside the Feelings and Emotions Activities Bundle for Preschoolers?
You will get all 18 of these hands on and engaging emotions activities!
- Identifying Emotions Board Game
- Identifying Emotions with Body Language and Facial Expressions Posters and Flashcards
- Roll the Dice Emotions and Feelings
- Emotions Face Cards
- Emotions and Feelings Playing Cards
- I Spy: Emotions and Feelings
- Emotions Sensory Bin Cards
- Emotions Cut and Paste activities
- Emotions Puzzles
- Emotions Matching Game
- Emotions Matching Tracing Game
- Emotions Letter Tracing Activity
- Emotions Playdough Mats in color and black and white
- Emotions Poster-Check In
- Color, Dot, or Cover Emotions
- Emotions Bingo
- Emotions Hair Cutting Activity
What Teachers and Moms are Raving about the Feelings and Emotions Activities
ARE YOU FEELING OVERWHELMED WITH HOW TO TEACH EMOTIONS TO YOUR CHILD?
I did the hard work for you. I created 18 fun and hands on learning activities to help your child have a solid foundation of different emotions that they can learn to identify and label for themselves.
You will be able to save a lot of money by having all of these resources bundled up for you!
You will save time by having these low prep and no prep resources at your fingertips!
Imagine not staying up late at night trying to find resources to teach your students. They will be done for you!
Here is a Detailed Look at what Feelings and Emotions Activities you will be able to use
Identify Emotions Board Game
Help kids identify their own emotions and the feelings or others. They can act out the feelings, look at a picture of a feeling and identify it, and ask questions about emotions.
You will get a variety of game boards to choose from along with a dice, playing cards, and characters to move on the game board.
Identifying Emotions with Body Language and Facial Expressions Posters and Flashcards
Help teach your child what the different body languages and facial expressions are for different emotions. You can help them learn all of these emotions:
Emotions & Feelings Playing Cards to Help Kids Identify and Learn Feelings
Help your child learn to identify their own feelings and the feelings of others with these fun hands on learning game cards! You can use cartoon faces and body language and real life faces and body language.
I Spy: Emotions and Feelings
Use these fun I spy pages to help your child learn to identify different emotions. They can also work on counting and writing numbers as well.
Roll the Dice Emotions & Feelings
Help your child learn to talk about the feelings and body languages with different emotions with these fun roll the dice games. They can talk about the feeling, act out the feeling, or draw the feelings.
Emotion Faces Playdough Mats
Use these emotion faces playdough mats to help teach your child about emotions in a fun hands on fine motor activity! You will get a color version and a black and white version you can use!
Use these real life photos to help your child match the pieces to make the correct feeling face.
Emotions Cut and Paste Activities
These cut and paste activities are a great way to work on scissor skills as well as identifying emotions and feelings!
Emotions Sensory Bin Cards
You can use these smaller real life photos to laminate and cut out and place in a variety of sensory bin fillers. You can help your child learn to identify different emotions while playing with hands on sensory play!
Color Dot or Color Emotions
Use these pages to help your child learn to identify emotions! They can either color the correct emotion faces, cover them with a small item such as (erasers, coins, or chips), or use a dot marker to mark the matching emotion.
Emotion Letter Tracing
You can use these letter tracing sheets to work on handwriting skills along with identifying emotions!
Emotions Matching Game
Use this fun game to help your child learn to identify different emotions by matching!
Emotions Matching Tracing Game
Help your child learn to match the different emotions and work on tracing to draw a line to match the emotions.
Emotions Poster Check-In
Use this emotions poster as a check in tool to assess how your child is doing by letting them pick out an emotion on how they are feeling. They will be able to learn to identify how they are feeling.
Hair Cutting and Emotions
Use these hair cutting sheets to help your child with scissor skills as well as tracing the letters of the emotion word below the faces. You can talk about the emotions as they are cutting out the lines for the hair styles.
Emotion Face Cards
Use these real life faces cards to help your child learn to identify different emotions.
Emotions Bingo Game
Use this emotions bingo game as a fun interactive way to help your child learn to identify a variety of emotions with real life photos of children.
Frequently Asked Questions
What ages are these resources best used for?
These resources were designed for preschool aged children, but could be used for children ages 3-8.
What emotions will my child be able to learn?
Your child will be able to learn all of these emotions:
Will you mail the resources to me?
No, these are digital products for you to print as you need them. You will receive a link to download all the resources in the bundle after the purchase.
How do I download my resources and can I access them later?
After you purchase, you will get an email with all of the links to download the resources. You will have unlimited downloads and you can access them any time you will need them.
Do you offer refunds?
While I am sure you will LOVE these emotions activities there is a 30 day money back guarantee if you are not happy. If you are not satisfied with your purchase you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your receipt and reason for not liking the product to get your money back.
About the Author
Sara has her doctorate in occupational therapy and is a mom of two young children. She loves to create resources to help children with hand on learning experiences and to learn social emotional skills to help them throughout their lives. She believes in creating connection with children and fostering their emotions you can help them thrive.