This preschool feelings printable is a great way to learn about feelings! Learning about feelings and emotions is such an important topic and this printable makes it fun for kids.
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Talking and learning about feelings with preschoolers is a great way for children to start to learn how they feel. It really is such an important topic to learn and talk about it.
I was really blessed to have been a part of a wonderful homeschool preschool group. One of the other moms in the group did a lesson on emotions and it was amazing. We loved it so much that I ended up also doing a toddler feelings activity with the group as well.
I try to talk about feelings, read books on feelings, and use this printable as often as possible with my two kids. I hope it helps them to understand what they’re feeling as they grow up.
Teaching about feelings and emotions
Some ideas for working with preschoolers on feelings include:
- Asking children how they are feeling
- Reading books about feelings
- Talking about how you feel and how other people may feel
Books that talk about feelings
Books are a great way to talk and learn about feelings. Some of our favorites include:
The materials recommended are optional but highly recommended. These materials are for adults to assemble the activity, not for children.
- Printed PDF (see instructions on how to get the printable below)
- Velcro dots
How to use this printable
Print the printable (see below). Cut the faces out and laminate. Laminate the blank face chart as well. Add velcro dots to each. Have your child velcro the different faces to the blank chart and talk about each.
Feelings included in this printable
There are obviously tons and tons of feelings and these are just a start. I’ll be sending more emotions printables out to my email list so look out! The four included on this free set are:
Other fun printables and activities for kids:
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