RECOGNIZING EMOTIONS IN A FUN INTERACTIVE WAY! Kids learning their emotions at a young age has a large impact on how they convey what they are feeling and develop empathy towards their peers. With this in mind, we created charts that will help parents and teachers how they can easily introduce different emotions to their kids and students.
GREAT PARENTING HACK – Many kids are unaware of their emotions and how to deal with their feelings. This can lead to tantrums and challenging behavior. Teaching them early on how to recognize and name their emotions can have a large impact on children’s social-emotional abilities. Start them young and be open to their feelings with this emotion chart.
A TEACHER VISUAL TOOL- A great addition to visual materials for teachers that can help your learners pick up the right words for each emotion. This can be a great classroom activity that everyone can participate in through reenactment, role play, a guess the emotion game, and many more!
REAL FACES = REAL LEARNING – These real human faces show most of the common emotions in a way that is easy to recognize and learn from. The coping skills included on the second poster are simple and easy for kids of all ages!
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These posters are great for helping kids understand their emotions. They are exactly as advertised. The colors are great and a pleasure to look at.
I like this for my office when I work with children to talk about emotional health and expression. Also comes with the 2nd poster of ideas of what to do to feel better to help kids develop healthy coping skills to challenging feelings and emotions.
Love the compact size and the clear messages. I use it for my therapy sessions with young children & it works well without It taking up too much space in the wall. My student noticed the posters immediately and used them as a reference for feelings. The only downsize is that it needs additional protection. Would be great if it came laminated.
These posters are amazing SEL content to display in a classroom of any age. Pictures help kids understand their emotions. The border is adorable as well. Better than I expected.