Happy or Sad
In this basic instructional activity on identifying emotions, students view a picture portraying a "sad" rhino and a "happy" rhino. Students color the rhinoceros that is happy, and draw an x on the one that is sad.
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Short Vowel “A”
Support your phonics instruction with this beginner reading book that focuses on the short vowel /a/. The book is divided into four chapters based on the word families at, ad, an, and am. Letters and words used are c, a, t, s, m, n, d,...
Pre-K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
If You're Happy and You Know It - Matching Words and Emotions
In this emotions activity, students decide if they feel "happy" or "sad" by looking at the corresponding pictures. Then, each student writes either "happy" or "sad" on the bottom line, and draws a picture of his or her face in the...
Pre-K - 1st English Language Arts
Using Personal Connections to Build an Understanding of Emotions
Students make happy and sad masks to examine their personal emotions, allowing them to verbally express their feelings and learn abstract concepts. They use their masks also to help them categorize their emotions and later chart them.
K - 2nd English Language Arts
Content Based Lesson on Emotion Identification through Context Clues
Students build on emotion describing vocabulary which helps preschoolers to express themselves in both languages and to introduce the concept of contextual clues within natural and literary settings. They create their own masks (happy,...
K English Language Arts