FREE FEELINGS WORKSHEETS + Emotion Poster Sample Pack


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Be sure to download our free feelings worksheets for kids.  In addition to the emotion posters that pair nicely with this sample pack.  This SEL collection reviews happy, sad, worried, and angry feelings.  Each poster contains the feeling definition.  While the free feelings worksheets expand on the definitions,  providing physical sensation, body language cues, and examples.

With detailed visual cues, children will be able to distinguish how body language and facial expressions are different for different emotions.  In other words,  the detailed visual body language cues will really help your students understand what each feeling means!

Hang the feeling posters in your classroom or counseling office. Or use the free feelings worksheets during individual, small group, or SEL lessons.  Can also be useful as a visual reference when talking or writing about characters in a story.

Plus, you can use either in person or via distance learning. Available in both digital and printable formats.  In addition to color and black and white printing.

If you like this sample pack, and would like access to a total of 50 different feelings, check our our  Multicultural Feelings Posters, Emotion Chart & SEL Activity: Body Language Cues resource! You may also love our free feelings scales, too!


This is a great resource for students who need to develop a better understanding of their emotions and provides a great place to start with the basics.

-Tina J.

November 14, 2021, TPT Review



This helped my students understand body language and emotions. I appreciated the opportunities my students had to connect and think about times when they have experienced certain emotions.

-Amanda A.

November 10, 2021, TPT Review



I’ve used this with a 2nd grader during our talk time. It’s a low-pressure way to talk about feelings words without putting pressure onto kids to learn about their feelings. Spending time coloring has really helped them to open up!

-Alisha S.

March 22, 2021, TPT Review