The My Feelings Printable Book is a fun way to understand all the feels we feel. It’s a great activity to develop fine-motor skills as well as letter recognition and forming letters correctly.
My Feelings Printable Book
What you need:
- My Feelings Printable Book printed out and assembled
- Coloring pencils/ markers/ crayons
Get ready for the activity!
Cover Page: Color and write your name.
For the cover page, the children will need coloring pencils. The teacher can assist the children with writing their names.
While they are doing this, they can listen to this Feelings Song.
Activity 1: The Feel Good Feelings
Read ‘The Feel Good Book’ by Todd Parr, or watch the read aloud here. Talk to the children about all the different feelings we have. Use the Feelings Expression Cards and ask children to copy the expressions.
Divide the cards into good and bad feelings. Go through The Feelings Printable Book & ask children which emotions they see as feel good emotions. Do the ‘excited’, ‘happy’ and ‘content’ pages
Activity 2: The Feel Not So Good Feelings
Read ‘One of Those Days’ by Amy Krouse Rosenthal or watch the read aloud here. Ask the children what makes them feel not so good.
Children do the ‘angry’, ‘sad’, ‘worried’, and ‘’embarrassed’ pages by drawing pictures. The teacher writes down what they drew. Ask volunteers to ‘read’ their completed feelings books to the class, or the teacher can read it if they are too shy.
Click on the image below to download the printable book.