Feeling Good, Feeling Sad

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Fill your classroom with grand conversations about emotions and the healthy ways to express them. Your scholars will create a collage, play a feelings game, read stories, and reflect on their daily feelings.  

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Inform families of the upcoming subject matter by sending a note home with an explanation as well as tips to keep the discussion going at home 
  • Create a word wall using the feeling words from the lesson
  • Enhance vocabulary with a picture of your pupils making the corresponding facial expression
Classroom Considerations

  • Copies and craft supplies are required
  • Consider your class's personal background and sensitivity toward specific topics. Read through the entire resource beforehand in order to gauge whether topics need to be modified so all pupils can participate comfortably 
Pros

  • Extended learning opportunities are provided throughout the lesson
  • Resource connects across the curriculum to physical education, communication, thinking skills, and personal capabilities
  • Discussion topics highlight areas that need further consideration for populations such as students with special needs or personal backgrounds that may affect their ability to participate agreeably
Cons

  • None