Large Detailed Emotions and Feelings Photo Word Cards


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  • Oct 17th

    To use with a child on the Autistic Spectrum to help read peoples' emotions. They would also benefit children with EAL to have the correct vocabulary to match emotions.

    • Oct 17th

      Hi rubyred400,
      Thanks for your comment! I'm really glad this resource is useful for you :)

  • Sep 26th

    to help my students with intelecutual dissability to understand and learn

  • Sep 15th

    To use with a ESL student but also useful for my nurture group to help those understand how to recognise feelings and emotions.

  • Aug 27th

    For esl kids to learn about vocabulary. Some are a bit ambiguous and I would have preferred just one face for my SEN student.

    • Aug 27th

      Hi Nika64,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :) Which ones do you feel are ambiguous? And please could you explain a little more when you would like 'one face'? I'm sure we can sort something out for you :) I look forward to hearing back from you :)

  • Jul 11th

    asd class

  • Jun 27th

    I work with special needs adults. One of the learning domains that I need materials for is the social skills arena. This activity will work with many different levels since there are pictures and words. I look forward to introducing this to our participants. Thanks!

  • Jun 20th

    Beautifully done resource. I will be using these as a classroom management tool.

  • Jun 20th

    I will be using them with my English learners

  • Jun 11th

    First time to use something like this during my lessons. Hope students will love them!

  • May 11th

    In my classroom,,for children to know that it is ok to have this kind of feeling

  • Apr 22nd

    For students to express their feelings in everyday situations.

  • Apr 18th

    SEL- Social and Emotional Learning

  • Apr 16th

    Great to get students to express their feeling particularly in times of stress as well as in everyday classroom activities

  • Mar 29th

    lots of help

  • Mar 29th

    is perfect to teach and talk with the children about the different feelings they might experiment

  • Mar 4th

    This comment has been reported and is currently being reviewed by one of our moderators. Fingers-crossed it'll be back soon!

  • Mar 2nd

    We would use these in our classrooms as describing words and to learn about their own emotions.

  • Feb 28th

    Describing words to match with the face to teach adjectives using describing words.

  • Feb 24th

    This looks great for my work as an occupational therapist. This resource will be used during my Zones of Regulation class.

  • Feb 21st

    Self help also help others

  • Feb 20th

    This resource will be used as a visual guide for a preschool child who does not yet have the words to describe his and others emotions. The cards will be laminated and placed on a small ring so that the child can be encouraged to say the word by teacher verbal modeling and to show his peers how he is feeling by using the visual.

  • Jan 29th

    good but how do you print

    • Jan 30th

      Hi Charlieradzki,
      Thank you for commenting! Once you have downloaded the document, you can select 'File' and 'Print' in the usual way. I hope this helps!

  • Dec 14th

    i would like these resources for helping my children in the class

  • Dec 13th

    So helpful! Thks a lot!

  • Nov 17th

    We used them like a word bank to use in a scary story.

  • Nov 10th

    i use it to teach english by playing to groups after school!

  • Nov 6th

    i use this recurse for theach my litte class

  • Nov 2nd

    I have some students at my school who are non-verbal when they get angry. They are unable to let the teacher or myself know how they are feeling. I want to give them the opportunity to communicate somehow.

  • Oct 31st

    Teaching ASC children and young people about feelings and emotions. Visual aids with the correct spelling alongside will support their understanding.

  • Oct 27th

    I would use for classroom displays to improve the pupils vocabulary

  • Oct 8th

    My daughter has complex needs and I hope this may help her express how she is feeling in a less stressful way for her.

  • Oct 5th

    fantastic my class need to recognise emotions

  • Oct 2nd

    teaching how to express emotions and noticing how others are feeling.

  • Sep 25th

    direct work with children

  • Sep 22nd


  • Sep 22nd

    great resource for SPHE

  • Sep 22nd

    good SPHE lesson

  • Sep 21st

    language enrichment

  • Sep 21st

    for classroom

  • Sep 20th

    For classroom discussions

  • Sep 12th


  • Sep 10th

    For classroom use

  • Sep 7th

    To use in the classroom.

  • Sep 6th


  • Sep 1st

    teaching my autistic son emotions -- THANKS!

  • Aug 28th

    for home use thank you

  • Aug 26th

    I am a sne teacher and need for my child

  • Aug 3rd

    For my daughter

  • Jul 31st

    I am a LOTe teacher so I adjust these and use them to cover the topic of feelings

  • Jul 8th

    It's very useful. Thank you for sharing.

    • Jul 8th

      Hi pairfaich,
      You're very welcome! Thank you for commenting :)

  • Jul 7th


    • Jul 7th

      Hi kikimone,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jul 3rd

    Social Emotional Learning.

    • Jul 3rd

      Hi lisamccallin03,
      That sounds lovely! :)

  • Jun 23rd

    Emotion Wall display

    • Jun 23rd

      Hi langlang,
      Thanks for sharing - I hope your display looks wonderful! :)

  • Jun 12th

    SEN Social skills

    • Jun 12th

      Hi Westons,
      That's a lovely idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • Jun 1st

    transition display

    • Jun 1st

      Thanks for reviewing our resources MooMoo55! You have some lovely ideas :)

  • May 22nd

    Speech therapy

    • May 22nd

      Hey there fstr, thanks for commenting! It's lovely to hear you will be using this for speech therapy :)

  • May 19th

    nursery schol

  • Apr 28th

    Intervention groups, love the real faces.

  • Apr 21st

    by criterion based support family members can learn how to teach him/her to distinguish between different emotions (who has autism)

  • Mar 24th

    Early years PHSE

  • Mar 4th

    teaching SEN children to distinguish between different emotions

  • Feb 20th

    I will be using these in my weekly communications lessons. We always start with how we are feeling.

  • Feb 16th

    teach young children what feelings and emotions are and how they feel.

  • Feb 12th

    I am using these resources for a SEN child who suffers from anxiety but is not able to identify the body signs for his feelings

  • Feb 8th

    Teaching emotional intelligence to students with special needs

  • Feb 4th

    To help expand feelings language.

  • Jan 30th

    I am working with a social group to teach feelings.

  • Jan 20th

    early years

  • Jan 18th

    Early years

  • Jan 11th

    sen communication

  • Jan 11th

    early years communication

  • Jan 10th

    helping children think about emotions in stories

  • Jan 8th


  • Jan 8th

    teaching emotions to autistic child

  • Jan 6th

    to enable the child to identify how others may be feeling

  • Jan 5th

    teaching emotions

  • Jan 2nd

    to laminate

  • Dec 20th

    For children to imitate the emotions using a mirror so as to identify how others and themselves are feeling.

  • Dec 16th

    to help a group of children with ASD discuss feelings

  • Dec 12th

    To help children who are struggling to understand their own emotions express their feelings with the help of the pictures to relate to.

  • Dec 11th

    a display

  • Oct 19th

    Helping my KS1 SEN child to deal with his feelings. Many Thanks!

  • Aug 17th

    Helping preschoolers identify feelings

Large Detailed Emotions and Feelings Photo Word Cards

Large Detailed Emotions and Feelings Photo Word Cards - This handy set of word cards cover the main vocabulary for this topic with lovely images to illustrate each one. Print and laminate them so your children can keep them on hand, or put them up in your classroom as a prompt for independent writing tasks.

Why not also check out our lovely feelings powerpoint resources?
This resource is available in EAL Arabic, Precursive, Editable, Polish Translation, Cursive, Polish, Arabic Translation, Romanian Translation, Romanian and Standard.
  • Homepage » SEN » Communication and Interaction » Autism Spectrum Disorders » Emotions
  • Homepage » EAL » All About Me » Emotions
  • Homepage » SEN » Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties » Behaviour Management » Feeling Charts and Aids
  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » Topics » Ourselves - All About Me » My Emotions » English
  • Homepage » Early Years » Understanding the World Resources » Everyday Life » Ourselves - All About Me » My Emotions » Literacy
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Aug 7th
    • Twinkl added Cursive Version on Aug 14th
    • Twinkl added Precursive Version on Aug 14th
    • Twinkl added Polish Version on Jun 11th
    • Twinkl added Polish Translation Version on Jun 11th
    • Twinkl added Arabic Version on May 8th
    • Twinkl added Arabic Translation Version on May 7th
    • Twinkl added EAL Arabic Version on May 7th
    • Twinkl added Romanian Translation Version on Mar 19th
    • Twinkl added Romanian Version on Mar 19th
    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Aug 11th

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