Emotions + Feelings KS2 Primary PSHE 2 hour, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS2 which allows students to explore the different ways we express our feelings, how we can decipher different emotions and how we can express them using varied vocabulary. Created to fit the new DfE and PSHE Association statutory 2020 guidelines. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is designed to be ‘no prep’, so you can just pick it up and use it, although it is still adaptable should you wish to. Who are EC Resources? EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work together to create easy to use, high quality and editable lessons and units of work. We have created lessons for The bank of England, The Children’s Commissioner, The Bank of England, MACS Charity, Tes, LikeToBe Careers, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (UK Gov) and have also completed PSHE and Citizenship commissions for schools across the UK. Check out our PSHE Packages here: Complete KS3 PSHE and RSE Complete KS4 PSHE and RSE One Year of KS5 PSHE and RSE One Year of Citizenship and British Values Complete Year 7 and 8 RE Complete Careers and Employability AQA Citizenship GCSE Mega Pack We also run psheresources.com and you can contact us at email@example.com Teaching PSHE, RE or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 7000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing.
Promote children’s daily check in with this feelings chart!
A one hour-long, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS2 which allows students to explore the issues of loneliness and feeling left out that many children experience at some point. Throughout the lesson students will investigate different cases where students are left out and made to feel lonely and what could have been done to prevent them from feeling this way - exploring how we can all be more inclusive and be a good friend to all our classmates. There are literacy tasks, match up tasks, clip tasks and much more. Created to fit the new DfE and PSHE Association statutory 2020 guidelines, Includes creative tasks, clip tasks, literacy tasks and much more. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is designed to be ‘no prep’, so you can just pick it up and use it, although it is still adaptable should you wish to. Who are EC Resources? EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work together to create easy to use, high quality and editable lessons and units of work. We have created lessons for The Children’s Commissioner, The Bank of England, MACS Charity, Tes, LikeToBe Careers, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (UK Gov) and have also completed PSHE and Citizenship commissions for schools across the UK. Check out our PSHE Packages here: Complete KS2 PSHE and RSE Complete KS3 PSHE and RSE Complete KS4 PSHE and RSE One Year of KS5 PSHE and RSE One Year of Citizenship and British Values Complete Year 7 and 8 RE Complete Careers and Employability AQA Citizenship GCSE Mega Pack We also run psheresources.com and you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Teaching PSHE, RE or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 8000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing.
This emoji emotions chart helps students differentiate between different facial expressions that indicate certain feelings (5. Out of Control, 4. Angry, 3. Upset, 2. Happy, 1. Calm) Charts work well for SEN students who cannot communicate as well verbally or for those who experience difficulty identifying emotions. Gives children strategies to deal with behaviours. Can be given to children to use in school, take home, or print in small size and carry around. The strategies column can be edited based on the individual child.
The 26 Emoticon/feelings cards are an ideal way to help your children to express their feelings or to recognise facial changes and read expressions. By using the ‘emoticons’ which children now understand through texting, social media and other sources, you can make an up to date version of ‘faces’ cards and children feel less conspicuous carrying them around. Print as large cards for home/school use and in a pocket sized version on a wrist twist which easily fit into a pocket or onto a key-ring. These cards are great for discussing how other people feel, exploring body language and facial expressions These are also available to purchase professionally made on a keyring from my Ebay store £4.99 inc delivery. EBay item number:132146215081
Children look at photo'sof other children and discuss how the people in them feel and why they feel like that.
An emoji themed bundle to reinforce the vocabulary for ‘saying how you feel’. Included is a video, a worksheet/craft and a quiz. I have also added in a couple of other resources that DO APPEAR in other bundles so if you are a regular purchaser you may already have them. I haven’t factored them into the price but included for those who might find them useful.
Social Skills activity where students label the facial expressions with the correct feelings.
A fantastic toolkit to help your students with learning about their feelings. Most of these resources are symbolised to help those with low literacy levels, all are in blue and dyslexia friendly fonts. This toolkit contains worksheets, display pieces, visual aids, help cards and fun activities all to help your students understand and communicate how they feel.
Faces showing different feelings
A lovely simple board game for learning about feelings. Everything is symbolised and dyslexia friendly when printed on buff paper. Kids can learn about basic emotions such as happy, sad, angry and confused although the symbols used can match some other feelings as well, so use it as you need! All you'll need is a die or some dice, and some player pieces. The dice can be used for some great kinaesthetic learning activities too. Throw a die, act out the emotion, or maybe two people roll one each and role play those two emotions interacting. Great for teaching social communication and can lead to some funny results. Again, print on buff paper for a dyslexia friendly resource or print on white if you don't have it.
A complete lesson for KS2 linked to PHSCE. Explore how feelings can be expressed by manipulating the elements of art, particularly line and colour. Children learn about the main forms of abstract art and then go on to express themselves in a feelings iceberg (to show how they feel on the surface and underneath in different situations) This was an outstanding lesson in year 5 All images either authors own or sourced from PIXABAY.
Powerpoint with images to discuss about feelings.
A detailed presentation/tutorial and essay structure based on Pip's feelings (Chapter 1) in preparation for a Reading Assessment. Particular focus on useful vocabulary, key quotes, a step-by-step guide to creating effective PEE paragraphs together with an example of a well-structured PEE Paragraph based on Pip’s feelings.
A FOUR item resource package focusing on developing awareness of feelings and communicating feelings through movement, art, performance and writing. Uses a variety of texts as starting points. A mime activity Poetry, visual art and performance Song and dance Written exercise Includes worksheets and full memos/rubrics
Are you needing to teach students about their different feelings and how they should react to each of these feelings? This bundle has lots of different great resources to help guide your students in how to feel better. Help your students become happier and be able to express their feelings more openly. Try it today!
feelings for young people
Complete lesson pack on describing feelings and emotions for Entry 3 / B1 ESOL / ESL / EFL students. Included are a PowerPoint to present new language, Language Reference and Sentence Builder booklet, suggestions for receptive processing activities following Gianfranco Conti’s EPI Method (https://www.language-gym.com/), and 7 pages of vocabulary, reading, speaking and writing activities, including a focus on -ed and -ing adjectives. The specific lexical items featured and recycled throughout the lesson are: anxious; annoyed; confused; devastated; disappointed; embarrassed; exhausted; frustrated; furious; proud; shocked; terrified; but materials are presented as PDF and Word Doc, so alternative words could be used.
Large monsters and small stick puppets/cards/cut outs
These feelings themed comprehension worksheets are a fun and engaging way for your students to work on their comprehension, reading and writing skills. As well as these skills, they will have the chance to learn more about different feelings and what may cause them. There are 10 different comprehension activities included and all are based on facts of different animals. Each activity consists of 2 pages - a reading passage page and an accompanying questions page. The worksheets contain an image of a child displaying a feeling with an accompanying passage that includes information about the child, and the feelings they have experienced. This is great for students to be able to read a passage and recall details from it, answering relevant questions. All pages come in black and white for ink friendly printing. The images are eye catching and appropriate for young students who will find them engaging. This resource comes in both spelling options for UK/US etc. For example colour/color, favourite/favorite etc.