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The "Different Feelings" Activity Worksheets are designed to help children identify, understand, and express various emotions. These educational tools are crucial for developing emotional intelligence and empathy in young learners.

Activities typically include matching emotions to facial expressions or scenarios, helping children recognise how feelings are expressed and triggered. Worksheets might also feature emotion labelling exercises, where children name the feelings depicted in various pictures or stories.

Additionally, these worksheets often encourage children to reflect on their own feelings and the situations that cause them. This could involve drawing or writing about times they felt happy, sad, angry, or scared and discussing how they managed those emotions. Role-playing activities are also common, allowing children to practice responding to different emotional scenarios in a safe environment.

By engaging in these activities, children learn to understand their emotions and those of others better, fostering empathy and communication skills. The "Different Feelings" worksheets are an essential resource for helping children navigate their emotional world, promoting emotional well-being and social awareness.
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We create interactive PSHE resources for primary children. As part of the media generation, we know how important it is to engage and teach from a young age. Each module is carefully created by PSHE and Safeguarding experts together with schools and, most importantly, children. We are proud to offer resources to over 2,000 schools in 47 UK counties and across the world.

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