Feelings List for Kids
Being able to identify and name feelings can boost a child’s well-being. Help your kid, student, or patient point out the feelings they’re having, whether positive or negative, using this handout.
For example, instead of a usual feeling word such as “happy,” kids can pick from a list of more specific feelings, which include content, cheerful, proud, enthusiastic, and hopeful. In addition to helping them expand their emotional vocabulary, it can be an opportunity to teach them ways to manage their emotions.
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I've been using this feelings list with my teenage client and my elementary-aged kids with great success!
Thank you, Martha! Please don't forget to check our other worksheets, handouts, and posters.
Knowing how to express one's emotions in verious ways helps to pinpoint it's just not a generalized emotion but a specific one.
Best one I've seen! I'm a pediatric trauma therapist and needed a good affect modulation feelings chart, and this is perfect!
Great list. Printed it out for my kids. We are all trying to be better at naming our feelings.
Thank you, Jefferson!
It's a pretty great product.