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How Do You Feel When...?

How Do You Feel When...?


A set of 100 worksheets showing different situations with a blank face for children to draw how they would feel in that situation. Both coloured and black and white versions and boy and girl faces.


Why do you need this?

These worksheets help children develop emotional awareness by encouraging them to recognize and label their feelings in various situations. Drawing their emotions allows children to express and articulate their inner experiences, promoting self-reflection and introspection.


Drawing how they would feel in different situations provides children with a coping mechanism for managing their emotions. By visualising their feelings, children can better understand and regulate their emotional responses, leading to improved self-control and coping skills.


How and when might you use this?

This worksheet could be used in a variety of ways:

· During early morning work where students reflect on different scenarios and draw their emotional responses.

· As part of social-emotional learning for lessons focused on emotional awareness and expression.

· During small group activities where students work together to brainstorm different situations and their associated emotions.

· During counseling sessions to help students reflect on their emotional triggers and coping strategies.

· For behavioral intervention plans for students who struggle with emotional regulation. Use it as a tool for identifying triggers and developing personalised strategies for managing emotions in specific situations.


What is included?

Included in this resource is 100 worksheets:

· 25 Boy versions with colour pictures

· 25 Boy versions with black and white pictures

· 25 Girl versions with colour pictures

· 25 Girls versions with black and white pictures


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