Have fun with this Free Printable Feelings Chart for Kids, along with a Printable Emotions Matching Game. Learning emotion skills during preschool is essential for building relationships throughout one’s life. Laminate this chart so it lasts throughout the year. Help your little ones identify the words of each emotion and put into words how we act when we feel that way. Reference the chart during the day to stay in touch with how we are feeling.
Printable Feelings Chart for Preschool
This feelings chart contains 9 emotions including: happy, confident, silly, sad, kind, worried, angry, sleepy, and surprised. This chart is a great jumping off point for talking about the way we feel. Notice the body language in each expression. How do we appear when we are sad or mad? Talk with your little ones about how to approach someone who is worried, or how to have fun with a friend when they’re in a silly mood. Be sure to print out your Hollydog Worksheets to engage with another expressive little animal friend!
Emotion Skills Memory Game
Once you have the vocabulary words of emotions learned, have fun with this printable memory game. Cut out the 9 emotions from each page, plus the instructions, and then laminate! Be sure to print onto cardstock paper, this keeps the paper from being see through. Try starting with 6 emotion cards so that you have 12 to flip over and work your way up to the full 9 as your memory improves!
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