Emotions can be a hard thing for children to understand. We get these big and overwhelming feelings that are difficult for little ones to put into words.
These emotion worksheets and activities are easy to print and use to talk about our feelings with students and how faces can often represent our emotional state.
These blank face templates an assortment of outlines of children’s faces.
They have a wide variety of hairstyles and feature no skin-tone so that any preferred skin color can be drawn-in.
Also, there is one template that has no top to its head so that a different hairstyle can be drawn-in if desired as well. These blank face templates can be used for a wide variety of activities at school.
These worksheets are helpful at putting words to emotions and assisting in understanding why we at times feel different emotions.
Eye and Mouth Emotions-Matching
This activity involves matching the eyes of an emotion with a mouth expressing those feelings.
There is one sheet that can be cut into the individual cards for the activity and a mini-sheet that can be used as a reference-sheet/example while doing the activity for a total of two sheets.
Emotion Faces Activity
These emotion faces are easy to print and use to talk about our feelings with students and how faces can often represent our emotional state.
Weather Emotions Matching Game
This matching game can be played two ways! It involves matching either the emotions the weather is showing to the word at the top of a sheet with the little cards, or simply matching the type of weather itself.
Bear Emotions Activity
Students match the bear’s face to the correct outline that describes a different emotion. The emotions discussed are being happy, sad, sleepy, angry, embarrassed, and in love.
Total 29 sheets