How Are You Feeling Chart (Extra Large)
The benefit of having a feelings chart is that it can help young people label their emotions, especially when they’re dealing with difficult ones. Examples are embarrassment, guilt, and feeling offended. Being able to name their emotions provides them the opportunity to explore healthy coping skills.
We created this “how are you feeling chart” as a useful tool at home or in school. As a parent, teacher, or mental health professional working with kids, you can ask them to identify their specific feeling by pointing to the icon that accurately describes it.
This chart displays 67 characters with unique feelings, and also includes 8 additional pages with 9 characters per page (1 page has 4 characters).
This item prints in multiple sizes, and comes in high quality PNG files. The 4 base file sizes included are:
- 8"x10" which can also print at 16"x20," 24"x30," or larger
- 3000px x 3000px square size
Want more resources like this? Check out our full catalog of feelings worksheets and handouts.