Inside: These Fox Feelings and Emotions Posters are the perfect way to reinforce feelings and emotions in a fun way for your preschooler.
I love talking about emotions with my preschooler. I have a few different tools that I use to talk out their feelings, this fox faces poster and flashcards set for feelings and emotions is another tool in our tool box.
Giving children several ways to talk about and identify their feelings is essential for social emotional learning.
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What is Included in this Set of Foxes Feelings Poster?
I love the beautiful art on these, the foxes are so friendly and cute, it's so easy for children to get excited about interacting with them. They remind me of autumn!
- 5 page full color printable PDF
- 1 Poster or worksheet where students can place one of either flashcards with different feelings on them.
- Included emotions: tired, mad, silly, sad, happy, and excited.
How to Use Autumn Themed Feelings Posters for Identifying Feelings and Emotions Posters
Talking about emotions can be difficult the longer we wait before beginning. Starting in preschool or kindergarten will lay the framework for kids to be aware of their emotions, and be able to give them a name, and eventually understand them.
Even when kids can't name their feelings yet, being able to see and associate the faces with their feelings gives students a leg up when they're ready to talk about those emotions.
This poster set gives kids a cute and interactive way to point out their big emotions . . . even if they aren't talking yet.
Here are the full instructions:
- Print out each page (I recommend card stock for long usage)
- Laminate pages
- Demonstrate how to add the flashcard to the middle of the poster to show emotions.
- Give the flashcards to the child, and see what they do.
A great way to use these are to talk about scenarios. For example, Selena falls and cuts her elbow, what feelings do you think she is feeling? Marcus came home from school and found his favorite family member is visiting for dinner, how might he be feeling?
Here are some extras you might need when you're ready:
–A laminator– If you want to keep these printables around as long as you can, so I recommend laminating the pages so you can get the most use out of them. I have three children, so these cards get a lot of use.
-Scissors- You have to cut out the cards, you can use scissors, or this fancy paper cutter.
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More Ways to Talk About Emotions with Preschoolers
This set is a great way to begin the conversation for talking about emotions, but it's not where you should stop!
Another great way to talk about emotions and feelings is with this chatterbox (or whatever you call it in your house, I've heard them called Chatterboxes, Cootie Catchers, and Fortune Tellers) : Feelings Chatterbox, Cootie Catcher, or Fortune Teller
I also have a pretty cool Wheel of Emotions printable. My kids love this for expressing their feelings. Kids Feeling Spinner, Click here to grab yours
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