First we read the book, then I made charade cards for each feeling represented in the book (my client was little but, with older clients you can have them draw with you). Then we placed them in a bag, pulling them out and played the game as usual. I allowed my client (again, a little one) go through the book and find the picture to match what I was representing (and vice-versa).
FREE I used these cards in a pocket chart and give each child a mini popsicle stick with their name on it. They take turns going up and putting their stick in front of the smiley face that corresponds to how they feel, using a complete sentence as they do so: "I feel happy because or "I feel sad because my favorite toy broke." etc.
Feelings game - Name a situation E.g. "Sarah went to school today and she forgot her binder"/ "Tommy scored a goal at his soccer game" and have them throw the ball into the feelings basket
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