Feelings Recognition Digital Game - School Counseling Game
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Help students learn to recognize feelings with this no-prep, paperless, digital activity! It can be used with students as a class, in groups, or individually. This game is perfect for younger students who need to practice identifying feelings and emotions!
Students click the feeling that best matches the face. If they answered correctly they advance to the next slide. If they answer incorrectly they get a chance to try again.
This editable product can be played in Google™ Slides or Boom Learning and can be used on multiple devices. (laptop, iPad, Smartboard, etc)
UPDATE: Audio has been added to every slide of the Boom Cards version to assist with reading.
- Link to editable Google™ Slides activity
- Link to 2 Boom Learning activities (one with cartoon images and one with real photos)
- Teacher/counselor instructions
Recognizing feelings in themselves and other students is a foundational skill for students. In order to make friends, show empathy, or practice conflict resolution they will first need to learn feelings recognition.
At a minimum, this activity will give students a chance to practice identifying feelings expressions.
This activity is ready to use and designed to be no-prep.
Who is this Lesson Designed For?
This activity is designed for students in grades K-3.
Boom Cards offer a fun and interactive way to experience digital resources. This resource includes a Boom version of the activity free!
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