Make feeling face cards to identify emotions
What You Need:
- 8 cardboard squares or index cards
- 4 pairs of feeling faces (e.g., happy, sad, angry, scared) included in this packet, or use photographs or drawings
What To Do:
- Make “feeling face” cards by either using real photographs of your child/family members making different feeling faces. Print two copies of each or use the illustrated faces.
- Cut the pictures to fit the size of the cardboard squares and glue it to the squares. Remember to have two sets of each picture.
- Play the game: Lay one set of the picture cards picture-side up spread out on the floor or a table. Place the other set of the picture cards in a stack picture-side down.
- Have your child flip over the top picture card in the stack, and find the matching one on the table.
- Say the name of the feeling as your child flips each one over. For example say, “That girl is making a happy face. Can you find the matching happy face on the table?” Continue playing for as long as your child is interested.
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