Download free worksheet here: describe-your-feeling-pdf (2 Pages)
Here are examples of the questions from part one:
Which feeling would you like to describe?
- If your feeling had a shape, what would it be?
- If your feeling had a color, what color would it be?
- If your feeling had a texture, what would that feel like? (rough, soft, sticky, etc.)
- If your feeling had a sound, what would it sound like?
- If your feeling was a weather condition, what would it be? (stormy, sunny, cold, windy, etc.)
- If your feeling had a size, how would you describe that size?
- If your feeling had a place in your body, where would it be?
- If your feeling were an animal, what kind of animal would it be?
- If your feeling could say something, what would it say?
- If you could talk to your feeling, what would you say?
Why this Worksheet is Special:
- Adults, teens, and children enjoy this activity.
- The person gets to choose which feeling they would like to work with: anger, depression, jealousy, etc. and can use it multiple times to cover more than one feeling.
- This worksheet can also be an art therapy activity by asking the person to draw their feeling as described.
- The person is able to gain a sense of control over their feeling.
- The person can use this imagery outside of the therapy office anytime.
The Emotions Worksheet will help students accurately label their own emotions and the emotions of others by:
- Defining and describing synonym(s) of target word.
- Describing situations where emotion is appropriately experienced
- Labeling and displaying emotion in modeling scenarios
1. Download this Emotions Worksheet here: EmotionsWorkSheet-level01
2. Download this Emotions Worksheet here: EmotionsWorkSheet-level02
Download this Emotions Worksheet here: EmotionsWorkSheet-level03
Click Here for my post containing many FREE printable Feeling Charts.
Click Here for my post containing many FREE Emotion Cards.