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Our Emotions Colouring Sheets - Colouring, fine motor skills, Emotions, Feelings, All about me, ourselves, feelings display, feelings banner, emotions display, expression, happy, sad, angry, scared
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  • Aug 25th

    I use it for my son for emotional development

  • Jun 20th

    My English learners love these

  • May 2nd

    emotional development

  • Mar 4th

    I would use it with my special education students when talking about different emotions that people have. We would talk about the picture then try to copy it on our own faces!

  • Nov 22nd


  • Nov 21st

    for teaching students of age 6

  • Oct 7th

    Working on a 1-1 basis with families.

  • Oct 7th

    I use it for my children. Thank you!

  • Oct 6th

    Direct work

  • Sep 26th

    For my daughter

  • Sep 22nd

    Emotions differentiation for LA child in year 2. Its perfect - thank you!

  • Sep 21st

    As part of our All about me theme, this will assist in discussing our emotions

  • Sep 17th

    working with a child on the spectrum to encourage them to recognise feelings

  • Sep 8th

    Teaching healing and expressing emotion.

  • Sep 7th

    exploring emotions

  • Aug 28th

    exploring emotions

  • Jul 19th

    I'll be using these colouring pages to support a topic for my 2 year old minded children about 'Ourselves'

    • Jul 19th

      Hi rosielee76,
      Great! Thanks for sharing!

  • Jun 22nd

    As a creche worker with children who very often don't speak english (usually have pretty much just moved over to UK) I will use this for our emotions topic :)

    • Jun 22nd

      Hi becki.cole92,
      Thanks for your comment! I'm really glad this resource is useful for you :)

  • Jun 5th

    As a counselor I will use this with my K-2 graders in August when telling them What the School Counselor does.

    • Jun 5th

      Sounds like a brilliant use for this resource, Yashy12! Thanks for your comment!

  • Jun 1st

    I will use your flashcards to teach ss a song If you happy...
    Thanks a lot!

    • Jun 1st

      Great idea ikolos, hope they enjoy the singing! :)

  • May 18th


  • May 18th

    To follow up the lesson where pupils choose how they feel today and discuss what makes them feel this way.
    I haven't used it yet so my rating is guesswork.

  • May 11th


  • Apr 14th

    To help English Language Learners learn synonyms for emotions described in poetry.

  • Apr 11th

    Supporting children with autism recognise emotions.

  • Mar 25th

    Helping children recognise emotions

  • Mar 9th

    teaching kids about emotions

  • Feb 5th

    dealing with grief

  • Jan 12th

    teach kids

  • Oct 20th

    To help teach emotions in english to children speaking another language

  • Oct 2nd

    For helping the children

  • Sep 13th

    Hi Danielle, we will get these amended with both girls and boys for each emotion :) watch this space!

  • Sep 12th

    Would have been good to have a boy and a girl face for each emotion! :)

  • Aug 10th

    simple and sweet!

Our Emotions Colouring Sheets

Our Emotions Colouring Sheets - This handy set of colouring sheets gives your children the opportunity to practise their colouring and fine motor skills, as well as giving them something lovely to take home with them or put up on display. Great for increasing familiarity with this topic and perfect for wet play!
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