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Surprised Face: Follow the Instructions
Draw and color the face according to simple directions, such as, "Color the face the same color as your skin."
Faces: Follow the Instructions
Draw and color the faces according to simple directions, such as, "Draw a red hat on the crying person." Or go to the answers.
Symmetrical Face Pictures: Finish the Drawing Worksheet
Finish each of the four drawings around the line of symmetry. The face pictures are happy, sad, surprised, and angry. Or go to the answers
Symmetrical Happy Face Picture: Finish the Drawing Worksheet
Finish the drawing of the happy face around the line of symmetry. Or go to the answer page.
|Your Thoughts: Writing Prompt
Draw your face, then write your thoughts inside the thought bubble. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
How Are You Feeling Today?: Draw and Write
Draw a picture that shows how you feel today and then write about your feelings.
Draw and Write: Failure
Draw a picture of what failure looks like. Write about how do you feel when you fail at something. Give an example of a time when you were failed at something.
Draw and Write: Success
Draw a picture of what success looks like. Write about how you feel when you are successful. Give an example of a time when you were successful.
Sorting: Color and Count the Faces
Color and then count the happy, sad, and surprised faces, and the heads with long and short hair. Go to the answers.
Draw and Compare Emotions
Draw two people experiencing different emotions and then answer simple questions comparing them, for example, "Which emotion would you rather experience?"
Draw Four Faces
Draw four faces. Below each face, write how that person feels.
Emotions: Spelling Word Questions
Use the list of emotion spelling words to answer simple questions. Words: shy, sad, happy, angry, worried, sorry, lonely, disappointed, proud, bored, shocked. Or go to the answers.
Finish the Sentence
Finish the sentence and illustrate it - U. The sentence starts, "I usually get upset and unhappy when..."
Write Eight Emotions
Think of and write eight emotions. Sample answers: happy, sad, proud, angry, timid, lonely, sorry, joyous.
Fear: Triple Draw and Write
Draw three things that make you afraid and write about each of these scary things. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Things That Make You Happy: Triple Draw and Write
Draw three things that make you happy and write about each of them. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Things That Make You Sad: Triple Draw and Write
Draw three things that make you sad and write about each of them. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Use the word bank to find synonyms of words for emotions. Words: amazed/surprised, caring/loving, timid/shy, angry/mad, cheerful/happy, weary/tired, unhappy/sad, afraid/scared, uninterested/bored, fearless/brave. Or go to the answers.
Write a Sentence for Each Emotion-Related Word
Write a sentence for each emotion-related spelling word. Words: happy, sad, shy, proud, sorry, lonely, relieved, scared, shocked, bored.
Match the Opposite Emotion-Related Words
Match 10 words to their opposites. The words are generous/greedy, happy/sad, brave/cowardly, shy/bold, hostile/peaceful, frown/smile, energetic/tired, proud/ashamed, loving/hateful, optimistic/pessimistic. Or go to the answers.
Match the Emotion-Related Synonyms
Match 10 words to their synonyms. The words are fearful/afraid, happy/joyful, brave/courageous, shy/timid, mad/angry, remorse/regret, annoyed/irate, smug/satisfied, unloved/hated, shocked/amazed. Or go to the answers.
A Good Personality Trait: Essay Topic
Think of a person you really like or admire. Think of a personality trait that makes them so special. Write about this good trait and why you like it.
A Bad Personality Trait: Essay Topic
Think of a person you really dislike. Think of a personality trait that makes them so unpleasant. Write about this bad trait and why you dislike it.
Feelings: Write a Question for Each Answer
In this worksheet, the student is given a series of short answers using feelings-related words. For each answer, the student writes a short question.
Write Emotion Words by Category
Write 5 emotion words for each category. The categories include: Love, Joy, Surprise, Fear, Sadness, Anger, Disgust, Miscellaneous Emotion Words. Or go to sample answers.
Find a Feeling or Emotion for Each Letter
See if you can think of and write down a feeling or emotion for each letter of the alphabet. Or go to a sample answer page.
Something That Makes You Happy for Each Letter
See if you can think of and write down something that makes you happy for each letter of the alphabet. Or go to a sample answer page.
Write 10 Things You Should Never Do When You're Angry
Writing prompt: Write ten things you should never do when you're angry.
Word of the Day Worksheets
These worksheets on elementary vocabulary have the student do an in-depth examination of a word that the teacher supplies. The student defines the word, uses the word in a sentence, identifies which part of speech it is, draws a picture that exemplifies the word, determines how many syllables it has, finds rhyming words, supplies synonyms and antonyms, etc. Pick a emotion-related word for a fun spelling activity.
A Worksheet to Print
A short, printable worksheet with prompts for short answers to questions about gratitude. For example, "What happened today that are you most thankful for?" Go to a pdf version of the worksheet.
Write Ten Things That Make You Happy
A one-page printable worksheet. Write ten things that make you happy (plus one thing thing that doesn't).
Emotion-Related Vocabulary Word List
A list of words related to emotions.
Happiness-Related Vocabulary Word List
A list of words related to happiness. This will cheer you up!
Ways to say "happy" Vocabulary Word List
A list of words ways to say, "happy."
Poems to Write:
Who Am I? - Poetry Prompt #3
Write a poem about who you are and how you feel. The lines of the poem begin with: I'm happy, I pretend, I try, I read, I'm sorry, I wear, I play, I'm angry, I'm relieved, and I love.
|Happy Thoughts: Shape Poem
Write a poem inside the thought bubble. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet.
Write a Happy Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about happiness. Start each line with a letter from the word "HAPPY."
|Heart: Shape Poem
Write a poem inside the heart. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet.
Write a Love Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about love. Start each line with a letter from the word "love."
Write a Sad Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about sadness. Start each line with a letter from the word "SAD."
|Sad Thoughts: Shape Poem
Write a poem inside the thought bubble. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet.
Who Am I? - Poetry Prompt #1
Write a poem about who you are and how you feel. The lines of the poem begin with: I feel, I trust, I hear, I understand, I worry, I'm glad, I want, I don't want, I'm sad, and I dream.
Who Am I? - Poetry Prompt #2
Write a poem about who you are and how you feel. The lines of the poem begin with: I am, I like, I hope, I dislike, I admire, I fear, I need, I know, I wish, and I wonder.
Book to Print:
My Heart, A Book About Feelings
A Printable Activity Book for Early Readers
A short, printable activity book about feelings for early readers, with pages to write and draw about feeling happy, sad, silly, angry, scared, good, bad, and loved.
A Printable Activity Book
A short, printable acorn-shaped book about the likes and dislikes. The book has pages for the student to cut out, objects to color, and short phrases to write. The pages are: What are you nuts about?, What drives you nuts? Draw yourself doing something nutty.
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