Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a crucial aspect of education that helps students develop the necessary skills to manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. Incorporating SEL into the classroom can be done effectively through the use of worksheets that engage students in recognizing and understanding their own emotions and those of others.
The worksheet shown in the image is a prime example of a resource that can be used to teach children about emotions. This particular worksheet is designed to help students identify different emotions through facial expressions associated with feelings such as sadness, happiness, fear, and anger.
Here’s how the worksheet works:
- The worksheet is divided into four sections, each labeled with a different emotion: Sad, Happy, Scared, and Angry.
- In each section, two emoji faces are depicting various emotions.
- Students are instructed to circle the face that correctly matches the emotion labeled in that section.