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Using this Finding Feelings Worksheet, students read a story to finding examples of feelings characters have in different situations.
Using this Adjectives Describe Feelings Worksheet, students write adjectives to describe familiar people, places, things, and events.
Using these Emotions Flash Cards, students improve their emotion vocabulary by describing the colorful flash cards to use in their writing.
Using this Express Your Feelings Character Education Activity, students express thoughts, feelings, and ideas clearly.
Using this Feelings Worksheet, students read a story to learn more about feelings you might have in different situations.
This I'm So Angry and Frustrated Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading about Mary feeling angry and frustrated.
Using Character Emotions Worksheet, students read poem or story and identify words and phrases in the text that show how the characters feel.
Using About Me Mobile Activity, students can create a mobile to introduce themselves and share important information about themselves at the beginning of a new school year!
Using Finding Feelings within a Text Worksheet, students read a story that and record examples of character feelings or make you feel a certain way when you read them.
This Emotions Clip Art is a perfect addition to any bulletin board, flyer, or other printable that you use in your classroom.
This So Sad Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading a poem about emotions.
This So Tired Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading about Susie's dad being so tired.
Using Describing Emotions Worksheet, students dictate, write, or draw about a time you felt worried or scared and give descriptive information.
Using Feeling Words Activity, students read Amy Goes to First Grade to find words and phrases that describe Amy's feelings on the first day of school.
Using Decorate the Pumpkins Worksheet, students decorate the four blank pumpkins by drawing faces with different emotions.