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MULTICULTURAL FEELINGS POSTER FOR KIDS: Emotions Checklist & Feelings Chart Visual Support




Our bright multicultural feelings poster for kids is designed to help students check-in with their emotions. Emotion recognition is the first step towards self-regulation and developing empathy for others. Help students build their emotional IQ and vocabulary with this poster.   Moreover, it can provide a great reference when students are talking about social problem situations and even when discussing characters in a book!

The 35 feelings included in this poster are:

  • Angry
  • Annoyed
  • Anxious
  • Bored
  • Brave
  • Calm
  • Confused
  • Disappointed
  • Discouraged
  • Distracted
  • Embarrassed
  • Energetic
  • Envious
  • Excited
  • Friendly
  • Frustrated
  • Guilty
  • Happy
  • Hesitant
  • Hopeful
  • Impatient
  • Insecure
  • Lonely
  • Loved
  • Misunderstood
  • Proud
  • Sad
  • Scared
  • Shame
  • Shy
  • Silly
  • Stressed Out
  • Surprised
  • Tired
  • Worried.

Hang this feelings poster for kids on classroom walls, bulletin boards in the hallway, near writing centers, school counseling offices, and at your home, as well!

This feelings poster comes with 4 different color designs and 1 black and white design.. There are also separate pdfs which are sized for 18″X24″ printing.

Included in this resource is also a Feelings Checklist handout. Great for checking in and checking out with students for individual and group therapy.  Each of the emotions has a box next to it that students can use to mark off how they fell.  The checklist and feelings poster for kids are also very useful in your Calm Corner and Take a Break Areas, too!

Looking for more SEL posters?  This poster is part of our Social Emotional Learning Poster Bundle. We also offer tons of free SEL poster downloads in our Free Stuff area, too!

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Classroom Management, Feelings + Emotions

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This is a great resource for decorating my therapy room, or creating games to play with my students! I love that there are different background options so you can choose what works best for you. For example, I have some students who need to expand their emotion vocabulary. To make it more fun, I have them colour the emotion(s) that we discuss that day on the black-and-white line drawing. Thanks!

-Morgan B.

December 21, 2021, TPT Review


I wanted something for students to check in each day and not be a long or attention-seeking process. This product is amazing for that! My students choose their clothespin with their number and quickly stick it on the emotion they are feeling that morning. My students also go back throughout the day and change how they are feeling. It’s very informational for my students that do not like to discuss their feelings with others, but feel confident enough to show what they are feeling!

-Larissa M.

December 12, 2021, TPT Review


I love this resource! I have it hanging in my office. It’s a great way for students to put a name to how they feel in certain situations!
-Megan G (TPT Seller) 
December 9, 2021

We used these in the classroom in combination with our zones of regulation. Love that this resource is full of diverse students and a very large amount of a variety of emotions.

-Dora S.

November 11, 2021, TPT Review


I love it! I like how the students have a variety of options of feelings to chose from that they walk away learning new ones. I also really love the diversity of the characters!

-Raquel L.

November 9, 2021, TPT Review

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