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.
Everything you need to teach all about feelings for back to school --feeling posters/cards (big & small), feeling photographs, feeling wheels, feeling graphs, feeling writing paper, and tons of feelings activities you can do in your early childhood classroom.
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
30 Games, Activities and Printables to Teach Emotions to Young Kids
Emoji Feeling Faces: Feelings Recognition
Kids can handle big feelings when they can name what they feel. Teaching kids feelings recognition helps them to process the myriad of emotions they experience on a daily basis. This feelings activity is great for use with preschool students and elementary school students.