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Feelings Jenga: a feeling word on each block. Draw a block and describe a time you've experienced this emotion.  Can also use this for experiences, goal setting, change, etc.

Feelings Jenga: a feeling word on each block. Draw a block and describe a time you've experienced this emotion.so many jenga ideas!

Are you looking for a way to help your students increase their feelings vocabulary in their writing? Try using these Feelings Word Walls during your writing lessons.  Each product is available in color and black and white to meet your printing needs.  Give your students the tools they need to improve their writing. The "right" word to describe feelings will be at their fingertips.

Word Walls with Feelings Theme--Designed for Students Writing Folders

Increase students feelings vocabulary in their writing. Incorporates Language and Literacy development as well as social and emotional development.

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS. Blackline and color included. $

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using feeling words.great for students to keep in their writing folders to create more independency

(sample page) Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS. Blackline and Color included in this download. $

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS

Writing Center Tools- Feeling Words

Feeling Words

This is a pack of for your writing center or word wall. They are a set of feeling words. This pack contains a full page list (color and black and white versions), word strips, and word wall cards. My kids love to use them to help them spell words or

Are you tired of the same boring feelings vocabulary your students are using in their stories and reading responses? Use these 70+ feelings vocabulary word cards to help your students move past "happy," "sad," and "angry." You'll be THRILLED you did!

Word Wall Cards Feelings Words

Tired of the same boring feelings vocabulary your students are using in their stories and reading responses? Use these feelings vocabulary word cards to help your students move past "happy," "sad," and "angry." You'll be THRILLED you did!

Great for putting words to feelings for kids, writers, conflict resolution, self-awareness etc. Sheet-for-Emotions

Learning How to Identify Emotions at All Ages

$ Are you tired of your students using the same boring feeling words like happy, sad, and angry? Help them develop stronger vocabulary to express feelings by playing the ever popular, I Have, Who Has game. There are 24 feeling words in this fast paced game. I've included both color and black and white copies for your printing needs.   Your students will be so happy, I mean--EXCITED, ELATED, and DELIGHTED to play, and you will be THRILLED at the increase in their feelings vocabulary!

I Have, Who Has Feelings Words

Are you tired of your students using the same boring feeling words like happy, sad, and angry? Help them develop stronger vocabulary to express feelings by playing the ever popular, I Have, Who Has game. There are 24 feeling words in this fast paced game.

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