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Teach your students (or children) feeling words to increase their emotional intelligence

Upcycled Education: Nurturing Emotional Intelligence Teach your students (or children) feeling words to increase their emotional intelligence. Literacy means being able to express yourself so others can understand and you can understand them!

Are you looking for a way to help your students increase their feelings vocabulary in their writing? Try using these Feelings Word Walls during your writing lessons.  Each product is available in color and black and white to meet your printing needs.  Give your students the tools they need to improve their writing. The "right" word to describe feelings will be at their fingertips.

Word Walls with Feelings Theme--Designed for Students Writing Folders

Increase students feelings vocabulary in their writing. Incorporates Language and Literacy development as well as social and emotional development.

(sample page) Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS. Blackline and Color included in this download. $

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS. Blackline and color included. $

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using FEELING WORDS

Writers Workshop POSTER: Adding DETAILS using feeling words.great for students to keep in their writing folders to create more independency

I Feel - Emotional Word Wheel - The Feel Wheel - Imgur

I Feel - Emotional Word Wheel - The Feel Wheel

Even more comprehensive range of emotions! (and with Australian spelling!) I Feel - Emotional Word Wheel - The Feel Wheel - Australian English

great resource for independent writing! 'Sophisticated Vocabulary' #learnenglish http://www.uniquelanguages.com

Positive and negative words for mood, moment, character and emotions, feelings, behavior -- Great for writing folders

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