Identifying Feelings Activities | Feeling Monsters Games

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Are you looking for identifying feelings games to encourage your young learners to identify different feelings and emotions?

These 4 games will be a great addition to your social-emotional learning curriculum. Perfect for our young learners, these vibrant Feeling Monsters will engage them as they practice identifying feelings through engaging in these identifying feelings activities.

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Are you looking for identifying feelings games to encourage your young learners to identify different feelings and emotions?

These 4 games will be a great addition to your social-emotional learning curriculum. Perfect for our young learners, these vibrant Feeling Monsters will engage them as they practice identifying feelings through engaging in these identifying feelings activities.

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Game 1: How Do I Feel? Three different ways to use these cards to reinforce identifying feelings. The children may act out the feeling, describe the feeling or match the Feeling Monsters. 15 Feeling Monster Cards included: (Color & B&W) Happy Sick Silly Sorry Angry Sad Confused Calm Tired Scared Frustrated Excited Nervous Bored Shocked

*Detailed instructions & mini-instruction cards included.*

Game 2: Match the Feeling (Color & B&W) 36 Identifying Feelings Scenarios This game invites children to listen to common scenarios that may arise at school, at home or on the playground and match a Feeling Monster to that scenario.

*Detailed instructions & mini-instruction cards included.*

Game 3: Feeling Monsters Bingo (Color & B&W) 2 Different ways to play! We all love a quick game of BINGO! The teacher calls out a Feeling Monster. The children identify the Feeling Monster and shout BINGO when they have 3 in a row or when they have all the Feeling Monsters identified.

Game 4: Feeling Monster- Go Fish! (Only in Color) 12 Feeling Monster Families Each ‘Family’ contains 3 different colors (red, blue & green) 😀 This fun twist on Go Fish encourages the children to work towards building a Monster Family. A fun way to reinforce identifying feelings with friends.

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